Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds
Thad Morgan is King of the vampires and this is his sister Tyra’s story. Elisabeth starts the action right from the first page. Tyra bites Anton in the neck – she’s a vampire. Anton happens to be the vampire’s sworn enemy – he’s a wizard. But when it comes to falling in love, hormones can’t really tell the difference.
Elisabeth happens to write a scene where Anton is hiding out at Tyra’s place and like a light switch being turned on, he turns into a total alpha male – loved it! There are just two words to describe their first sex scene – hot and steamy. And then you have to laugh about what happens next – especially when it involves Tyra’s full name.
Anton’s father is back in this book and he appears to be as deranged as he did in the first book. Going back and reading book one will give you a better understanding who and what the Master is. It also gives you more insight into how Anton came to be where he is at the beginning of this book.
Another good part of the book is seeing other characters that were in the first book. They show the reader what a close-knit group they are. They watch each other’s backs and really care about each other. And then Elisabeth will have you trying to figure out who will be the main character in the next book of the series.
One thing that I loved about this book was that Elisabeth didn’t make Tyra and Anton’s story an easy one. If something is worth having, sometimes you just have to work for it. Plus sometimes family history can get in the way. But when love is involved, there are ways to overcome anything. Plus if things were easy, I don’t think this story would hold the reader’s attention. And you wouldn’t be looking forward to when book three will be coming out.
I went to Elisabeth’s web site and saw a twitter feed that stated that she has two more books scheduled but I couldn’t find out what the next title will be or when. So, we’ll just have to be patient. And again if you haven’t read book one yet, after you finish Tyra and Anton’s story go back and read the book that started the series.
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