"a beautifully written vampire romance"
Grey was tired of the lonely life he has had. When you are
a vampire your life becomes lonely when you have no one to
share it with. He had learned many years ago to feed
without killing the person he took it from. But when one
day he sees two men attacking a woman, but not just any
woman, no she was a feisty one at that, he knows that
there is only one thing to do, save her. When he saves
Shannon she draws him like no one else. But she is human,
and he knows he mustn't get hooked up with a human. She
makes him feel alive again, but he couldn't ask anyone to
live the life he does, the immortal life.
But what he doesn't know is that Shannon's life has been
shot with pain and sorrow due to her being a cancer
survivor. She had the chance of having children taken away
when she had gotten the cancer. She feels so empty inside;
she can't even do what women are supposed to do, have
children. So the day that he came into her life was one of
the best things that could have happened for them both.
When you have two souls in pain due to their lives, can
each help the other with the healing they need?
I didn't want this story to end. I loved the strong plot
L.A. Day has written in this story. The way they both were
in so much pain, but for different reasons, and that each
could help make the others life whole. It was written very
beautifully. I wanted to cry, and I smiled and just felt
warm all over when I was done reading this great story. So
"Good Job, L.A. Day", you have a follower in me after
this great story.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted August 5, 2007
Grey is a vampire tired of his barren existence. Long ago, he learned to feed without killing but still he doesn't dare get close to a human. A feisty female being attacked by two males piques his interest and he rescues her. Shannon enthralls him but he knows he shouldn't get involved. Grey burns with desire for her but knows he can't force an immortal existence on her.
Shannon is a cancer survivor but, robbed of her ability to have children, she feels empty inside — barren, worthless, less than a woman. Their souls collide when they make love but she doesn't think he'll want a permanent relationship with her. Grey can have anyone.
Just when she feels whole again, a taste of her blood confirms that her cancer has returned. Grey wants her as his immortal mate but will either survive a vengeance-seeking vampire?
Sexual Content: Rated E-rotic
Book Length: Novella