When Erion’s son is kidnapped by the evil vampire Cruen, Erion vows to stop at nothing to find his hideaway—including intercepting the traveling party of Cruen’s beautiful bride-to-be. But instead of a vulnerable caravan, Erion is met by a feral band of female demons that includes Hellen, the bride—a creature of dark magic and darker passion.
Though the safety of his son is foremost, Erion can’t deny his unexpected connection to Hellen—inflaming a manic desire as primal as it is irresistible. As their bond intensifies, they move toward an inevitable and terrifying battle. With time running out, Erion realizes he must not only find and rescue his son but protect Hellen from Cruen and the underworld forces waiting to destroy her for her betrayal.
Hi all! Back after just having finished the above book! I actually quite enjoyed this book- Erion is a complete bad-ass alpha male, that is for sure! He's smokin' hot in this book too! His character is just well, male and beastly! Which kinda fits him pretty well! This the fifth book in the Mark of The Vampire series by Laura Wright and to be honest, since I hadn't really listened to her recently, it took me a bit to get into it because I was confused as fuck and couldn't remember half the shit I knew I should remember about the series. Lots of puzzle pieces clicked and slid into place by... oh, the end of the book hahahah! Either way it was enjoyable! I really enjoyed the other books in this series too, as I recall. It's a great, fast paced, involved series, that is for sure. The characters are all mentioned in previous books past (and if I had a right and proper memory, I would have enjoyed that fact more so! LOL!) and if I recall, Tavia Gilbert reads the other books too. She's so creepily dramatic in parts that I get a little weirded out by her reading at times! She just clearly puts a lot into her reading! Either way, the more I let this book soak in, the more I really am looking forward to the next in this series and hope that it's not so far and few in between as this was from it's previous book. So yeah... good continuance of the series, if you haven't grabbed this series yet, consider doing so, but start at book 1! :)
Not sure what is next, I have tons of books waiting to be devoured! We'll see!