"the next installment in this wonderfully different vampire series"
Jinx wanted to be with Kane but as any one knows when you
find something you want more than anything you might have
to fight for it. See, Kane was a human that was bond to a
vampire named Larkin. It was not allowed to go against a
binding even if you wanted to more than anything. Then you
have Vision who is in love with Hanz, who is the only one
that can top him and top him good. Hanz feels the same
about Vision, he knows what Vision needs and he knows he is
the one that can give him it. The sex between the two is so
explosive that it brings them to their knees. But even when
you know what you want there is always someone that wants
to come between you and the man you love.
In comes Janus who is an elder of the conclave, he wants
Vision to keep their people happy. Then on the other side
the conclave wants Vision to do the opposite, to keep Janus
under control. So not only does Vision have the man he
wants to be with all the time, he has to appease the
conclave, and do what Janus wants; when is there time for
what Vision wants? And to make their lives even more
unstable Hanz's son, Kane comes back from who knows where.
Kane brings with him his mute companion. But if that isn't
enough he also brings with him a few hundred vampires that
are starving and needing help. Vision knows he is only one
man and he can admit when enough is enough, he needs help
and he needs it right now. Vision loves Hanz and will do
anything Hanz needs of him but Larkin holds the power over
Hanz's son. Vision realizes it will take help from more
than just him and Hanz, it will take all of them working
together to break that hold so that Kane can be free and
think for himself. Will it be enough? Or will it tear apart
the family that Vision and many of the other vampires have
fought to get?
I have loved each and every one of these books in this
wonderfully different vampire series by Angela Fiddler.
When I bought and read the first I was blown away by the
vision that Angela built in the book. I mean any of us
vampire lovers that have read so many books in this genre
have found out that some authors have fallen into a rut and
the stories are all the same. Well in came Angela and she
blew the lid right off. I was so excited to see in this
book that Vision had found his love, Hanz. They are so
perfect for each other, and let me tell you the touch of
BDSM was quite erotic and much loved by this reviewer. I
look forward to reading more by Angela Fiddler.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted October 25, 2007
Kane wants Jinx. Jinx wants Kane. It should be a simple matter, but with vampires, nothing ever is. The human Kane belongs to the vampire Larkin, and his binding compulsion forbids him from touching Jinx no matter how much he wants him.
Vision wants Hanz. Hanz wants Vision - and has him quite regularly. The sex is electric, whether its on his knees, over the hood of a car, or bound to the headboard of the bed.
But the leader of the elder conclave, Janus, wants Vision to keep the conclave happy. The conclave wants Vision to keep Janus in check. So Vision is on his toes even when he's not tied there by Hanz. Then Hanz's son, Kane, appears out of nowhere, bringing with him his mute companion, a few hundred starving vampires, and one particularly nasty elder, and something's got to give.
There's nothing Vision won't do for Hanz but Larkin is wily, and his hold on Kane is strongly sexual. It will take all of them working together to break it, but it may cost the conclave its last chance at peace.
Sometimes sex is simple, and sometimes it takes a conclave...
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Bondage, D/s, homoerotic sexual practices, violence.