A Vampire Will Not Rest Until He Satisfies His Hunger . . .
And what I, Reign, hungered for most of all was Olivia Gavin. I have never met a woman more beautiful, more tantalizing, and so I made her my bride. She promised me her heart and soul . . . in return, I plundered her flesh, and bound her to me for all eternity. Then, terrified of what I'd made her, she fled.
Now she has returned, desperate for my help in saving her beloved nephew. But my assistance comes at a price: She must share my bed once more, for the feel of her soft skin, the heat of her kiss, excite me still. And I know she desires me, even as she resists her own heart.
Yet, as we rediscover the passion that brought us together, an enemy waits to destroy us both . . .
Again, this could have been narrated much better, but despite this, it had a brilliant storyline about hate, deception, betrayal, understanding and then forgiveness and finally love.
It was exciting as the story of the Brotherhood unfolds and we are finding out more and more why exactly they are being hunted. Coupled with this plot, you then have the tortured romance between husband and wife vampires that is so touching.
Worth a credit? Despite my repetitive complaints about narration, YES the plot's good and worthy of a credit - but listen to a 'Sample' just in case.
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