Sandra "Dee" Daniels is a vampire's worst nightmare. Sure, she couldn't get up to five-six in the highest heels money can buy--not that she ever wears heels.Read more...
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Sandra "Dee" Daniels is a vampire's worst nightmare. Sure, she couldn't get up to five-six in the highest heels money can buy--not that she ever wears heels. But the monsters in her past and the stake in her boot are enough to keep most bloodsuckers interested in staying undead out of Baton Rouge.
But there are changes afoot on her turf. Rumors of a Born Master in town--a vampire so powerful he can make the streets run with blood. And a new face in Dee's dive bars and alleyways--Simon Chase, a strong, sexy shadow with a haunted past of his own. Simon knows a lot about the dark side of Dee's work. He knows even more about how to make her body spark with desire. But the hot lust shimmering between them is only the beginning. Because Simon also knows a secret that will change Dee's life--if she can live long enough to uncover it.
"I dare you not to love a Cynthia Eden book " --Larissa Ione, "New York Times" bestselling author
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2010-05-31
- Reviewer: Staff
Eden follows 2010's Eternal Hunter with another sexy, fast-paced paranormal romance. Seeking vengeance for the gruesome death of her family, Sandra "Dee" Daniels works for Baton Rouge's Night Watch, bounty hunters who bring down dangerous supernaturals. Simon Chase seems to be an innocent passerby who saves Dee when a stranger tries to shoot her, but he keeps showing up as Dee works to uncover a Born Master, a natural-born vampire more powerful than any Taken human. When Dee is set up for a murder charge, Simon joins her on the run and admits he's a vampire himself. She gets a bigger shock when she dies and rises as the newest Born Master. Dee's strength is undermined by Simon's habit of rescuing her, and the sexual chemistry is lacking, but the raw, thriller-style writing is solid and the total package is an enjoyable read. (July)