"This is definitely for western or vampire lovers alike."
After all the pain Chris had been through in his young life
he thought the worst thing he would have to deal with now
would be who ever is rustling cattle off of his adopted
father, Clem's land. Chris just didn't know how wrong he
When he was young Chris not only lost his parents, but his
sister was raped and died in a fire deliberately set. Then
six years later he lost his innocence when he killed the
man that was responsible for what happened to his sister.
Now just when he thought life was on an even keel he loses
his adopted father and his fiancée. Not to mention that
when he finds out who or what is responsible for all his
pain he may lose his mind.
Chris sets out to catch the men that killed Clem the
housekeeper and most of the ranch hands he finds more then
he's expected. The head of The Dark Rider's as they are
called is none other than Milus Clint the man responsible
for his sister's rape and death. Trouble is Chris knows he
shot him in the face and killed him six years earlier. So
if this is so how did he survive? Or did he? Is he
actually what the Indians call a Dead-Walker and the white
man calls The Darker Riders or vampires? But that's
impossible there are no such things. Are there?
The answer Chris finds out is worse then he could have ever
imagined. Not only are they real, but they are there to
pay Chris back for what he did to Milus Clint six years
earlier. Not only is Chris dealing with this, but he has
to deal with a terrible secret that Windy his best friend
and Segundo on the ranch has to finally tell him. With all
of this going on Chris nearly loses his mind. At least
that is until he sets his mind to destroying Milus Clint.
But how is this going to be accomplished when the only help
Chris has is Windy and Matalija, former prostitute now
This book has everything any western, vampire or romance
lover needs. I personally liked this book and look forward
to reading more by this author.
Carol Castellanos Copyright © May, 2000
For ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 11, 2002