Shauna's search for infamous vampire hunter, Henry the Inquisitor, was cut short by a summons by the first vampire. What secrets will she uncover in the presence of such ominous power? Once she uncovers secrets about her own past that she could never have imagined, she is sent back to Europe to finish the hunt for the hunters. This time she will have help from vampires of similar power to her own. And she'll have the usual help of her mentor and best friend, Elizabeth Bathory.
Shauna, adjusting to life without the Sun and the need to feed, travels to Europe to track down the notorious vampire hunter, Henry the Inquisitor. She finds the night culture there in upheaval as hunters have decimated the vampire populations of France and the surrounding countries. The royalty she meets are not as friendly as she is accustomed to. Her companion and best friend, the Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory, has particular difficulty adjusting to the new powers in Europe.
The women of Portman's Creamery are back and ready to take on their toughest case yet. Follow them as they enter the Black Paradise Circus. When children start disappearing throughout the country, the only clue that ties them together is the Black Paradise Circus. The girls go to investigate, yet come across very little evidence. Irene, frustrated with the police's handling of the case, decided to go behind the law's back. It also means going behind the deal they made with their friend, Detective Chase Owen.
"The book was okay"
Shauna discovers the vampires in her favorite novels are real, as she hoped they would be. Her initial encounter with them proves fatal for her. She awakens as one of them, but the mysterious vampire who turned her has disappeared. She is taken under the wings of both the Countess of Philadelphia and the legendary Elizabeth Bathory and soon discovers that even immortality can be fatal.
War, love, and magic - all the things Bryghte read about but never thought she would ever experience. Until one day she realized that her story would be one of the greatest ever told.