She refuses to let her aortic aneurysm hold her back, even when she learns the role she is to play in the coming battles. I can tell you that the book with almost 500 pages is a long read for me but this one was really worth it. Others have given plot summary, so I won't redo that. It certainly does confirm that life is cyclical as Luca and the Council both agree that similar rebellions in the past have not succeeded and that, as irritating as contemporary life is with all the ways in which living beings are tracked, it is better than exposure with the proportionately smaller population of vampires to humans. His good friend is killed and he uncovers a sinister conspiracy of rogue vampires bent on taking over the earth and enslaving humans. Too many to think of Any additional comments? What I really liked was the difference in the play of the vampire world that Howard and Jones created.
Sorin is another powerful vampire. There was a vampire who was a victim just like the humans and I felt bad for him. When the human and the vampire worlds collide, there will be hell to pay. All in all I think the many story-lines and different plot directions distracted a bit too much from the romance between Chloe and Luca. I probably should rate this book a 3. There is rebellion brewing within the ruling vampire council, and humans may end up as just so much cannon fodder. Senate and Valerik is one of them.
If only an editor had cut 150 pages. He is also an agent of the Council -- the centuries-old cabal that governs vampirekind, preserving their secrecy and destroying those who betray them. When Chloe remembers him, it's a blow; even Glamour doesn't work on her the way it should. There was enough action and tension to keep my attention, the characters were definitely engaging and the worldbuilding was authentic-feeling. More vampires and warriors, please! I must admit it took me several months to finish reading this book.
Just words and description that the writers wanted to add. She has three grown stepchildren and three grandchildren. She lives in Huntsville, Alabama. She chooses life but at a cost. But instead of a lone killer he discovers a sinister conspiracy of rogue vampires bent on subjugating the mortal world.
It's the first book in a new series and as in most first books it has the bitter task of introducing the world and the characters. She believes in the supernatural and has opened his mind to the possibilities. Phillip Stargel provides a pivotal moment. The happily ever after is pretty clear for a certain couple but there are hints that there are more to come and even that relationship is going to be dicey. I enjoyed meeting the charcters and learning the background for this series.
The world building was nicely done and the story was interesting. When Luca saves her life, an irresistible bond of trust along with more passionate feelings is forged between them. But again - you have to like vampire paranormal romance! All in all I think the many story-lines and different plot directions distracted a bit too much from the romance between Chloe and Luca. An apolitical executioner of rogue vampires ends up in the middle, and does not want to experience feelings for the human woman he is guarding, whose finite life will leave him alone at its end. This group polices his kind to make sure that their secrets will remain safely hidden from the human world. The reconfiguring of vampire lore is fresh and interesting. Burned out, divorced and almost broke, Max needs the job.
To buy this book at the lowest price,. Chloe Fallon loves managing a restaurant. I'm not sure if that makes any sense at all to you but it is hard to explain. Every time I saw the name Indie, I imagined someone with that classic Fedora instead I got someone who was a very cool character who was very proficient with a sword. Luca Ambrus is a rare breed: vampire from birth, begotten by vampire parents, blood born.
The relationship with C was just not fully executed for me to feel they were meant to be, it was almost just a fulfilment of what one would expect of a hero and heroine yet their connection didn't jump off the paper and only truly became believable when she was dieing. But, the thought behind it was sweet : Anyway, it dragged a bit at times, and all the jumping around with the various conduits became a bit tiring at times. Please, Please do the second book 2 of 2 people found this review helpful Great. While Lucas is trying to stop the war he also needs to protect Chloe. John never imagined that a cache of old documents she discovered was the missing link to a lost Celtic treasure.
But instead of a lone killer he discovers a sinister conspiracy of rogue vampires bent on subjugating the mortal world. I sure hope there are further stories in the works for Nevada, Sarin and the character hinted at in the ending of the book. Probably my major gripe is with Sorin, the wannabe vampire queen's right-hand man. There is no sequel, but this story felt finished. The vampires in this book are mostly aloof to say it nice.