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Quinn Alexander is rich, handsome...and an ancient Vampire. He doesn’t want to be in Hong Kong for the launch of his next multi-billion dollar gaming sensation, but needs must.

Then the Thirst strikes. Like a bolt of lightning, quick as a snake’s bite...power surging through him at the same time as his craving for human blood rockets out of control...and if there’s one thing that Quinn abhors it's losing control. Of anything.

Lost in the backstreets of a foreign land, a scent assaults him, overpowers his senses, stuns him completely until he’s rushing headlong toward it with no thought other than to reach it and make it his. A shout, a scream, a cry for help...and Quinn knows it’s his Bloodmate.

Can he reach her in the meandering maze? And when he does will it be in time?

©2018 A K Michaels (P)2020 A K Michaels

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Best Narrator - Horrible Storyline

Didn't really care for too much about this book however Victor and Flint story was the best but the reason this book was tolerable was because of the narrator Jason Hill who is always amazing.