From the author of Ashwood Falls comes a new dark and seductive world of Vampires and gargoyles.
The hunt for the past will set their future...
Alasdair Morgan, vampire lord of the south Atlantic region of the United States, and his mate, Gideon, are on the search for an ancient journal. The secrets the book holds within its leather binding can be used to destroy their race's queen, Lilith. When they finally find the journal, they discover it is in the humans' hands and being sold at a Christmas charity auction. However, a female with her own agenda has her sights set on possessing the book.
Some gifts come in twos...
Being a half-breed living among humans, Rhianna Howell knows the importance of secrecy all too well. When she discovers one of the lost vampire artifacts, she doesn't waste time in collecting it before it falls into the wrong hands. But keeping the journal safe from evil will put her in the seductive path of two vampires who claim to be her mates.
The days and nights heat up this Christmas as she discovers a fiery passion she can't deny or run from.
©2014 Lia Davis (P)2014 Lia Davis
to me there was no different character emotions
Jamie Lamchick she does a great job narratoring audio books
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This was the first book I've listened to by this author and I really enjoyed it. The story was great and I can't wait to read and listen to more from this author.
Alasdair sent his mate Gideon to retrieve a journal from his great grandmother Annamarie. Not only does Gideon find the journal but Alasdair and his mate Rhianna; who is half witch, half gargoyle. Gideon takes Rhianna and the journal back to Florida. Read and find out about their journey.
This is the first book of a new series called "Vampire Lords". I am looking forward to more books in this series. Lia Davis also has other great series: Ashwood Falls, Sons of War, Harmony Springs along with other great books.
This is a must read! Great job, Lia.
The story is fantastic, the narrator was perfect and it kept my attention until I finished the book.
I loved all of the characters, but I liked Rhianna the best. She is strong, independent and can take care of herself.
The narrator, Michael Ferraiuolo was fantastic. He was perfect for reading this story. He kept my attention throughout the book.
I could have listened to this book in one sitting, but I was not able to since I had to work.
I have read this book and listened to the audio version, and loved them both the same. I highly recommend this book in both formats.
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