"The much-awaited end of the Collette saga"
Helena Collete is the wife of David and very pregnant with
his children. Usually considered a blessing but not this
time - they are all vampires and an undead giving birth is
definitely NOT considered a blessing. An abomination maybe
but no blessing. Three daughters are born, Sola the first
born, Luna and Willa. They are spirited off after birth by
an old family friend who will raise them as his own.
Fast forward nearly 300 years. Their birthday approaching,
the sisters learn that they have tasks to fulfill in order
to save humanity from takeover by their race. Each must
find a companion to help them with the task....(from The
Collettes: Sola and Luna reviews)
Jarrod, caretaker of the three Collette sisters was
perceived as David Collette's closest friend, the one
person he entrusted with their safety when all Hell broke
loose 300 years ago. Jarrod is considered as a father or
favorite uncle by the girls. All a charade, all planned.
Jarrod is a game. His name is Carthos!
Badly wounded in the battle to save their home from
Carthos, Willa passes out in Gideon's car. She dreams of a
man in the mist, calling to her, telling her that he is her
mate and with him alone she will finish the quest for the
third piece of the amulet of her father.
Defying her sisters, Willa sneaks out to find her mate so
that her own quest may begin. This time the time is
running out and if all three pieces of the amulet are not
joined together in 10 days time, the girls will never gain
their freedom. She finds her mate in Tyson Finn, a
psychic. When she makes Tyson a vampire, she gains the
trust of not only Ty but all of his friends - ex military
types who are bound to them in their quest to defeat
But the location of the last of the amulet is in New
Mexico. Not much shade and lots of sun; a very bad place
for vampires to go hunting. Will the saga end with
Carthos' victory or his death? Will Willa and Tyson
succeed? The much-awaited end of the Collette saga awaits
Reviewed by Nancy Eriksen
Posted October 18, 2008