(This book was previously published with a different cover and the title “Blood Submission”.)
Her blood saves his life.
Her embrace slays his soul.
Dante Gabor has survived many things since becoming a vampire, but jumping from a plane and crash landing in the desert without a parachute was pushing it, even for him. To survive the relentless sun, he buries his broken body in its own sandy grave. But healing is painfully slow, and he’s forced to rise and hunt for larger prey. Half mad with thirst, he’s brought to his knees by the seductive taste of a lone female whose sweet blood heals his body, but leaves him craving still more.
Laney Moss loves the Mojave desert that surrounds her home and hikes the upper trails often, prepared for anything she might run across. But nothing prepared her for the monster that comes with the setting sun to stalk her. In the moments before he attacks, one word crashes through her terrified mind—Vampire. She manages to get away, but he tracks the call of her blood and ignites a passion in her that frightens her nearly as much as it thrills her.
Dante is left with no choice but to take her home to his secret lair.
Now he just needs to convince her to stay.
Publication date 4/4/2017
Another Moss witch and another crazy vampire! But this one tugs at your heart and has you wanting to slap the said vampire silly!
I can’t tell you how Dante gets into his predicament, but I can tell you he’s in immense pain! Unable to move he has to survive on the smallest living creatures, until he has enough strength to call larger mammals.
Dante isn’t like the other vampires in his coven, he can’t live in a tower of glass and metal, so he lives beneath the coven, in tunnels he’s dug out.
Dante likes to doll out pain and death! He’s only happy when torturing his victims before death, he could never understand why Nikulas (a coven member and hero of book one) insisted on drinking bagged blood! So much better to drink from the source…..
Laney is such a fighter, not at all the “mouse” Dante seems to want to call her!
Always trying to escape, always staying alert, she goes from scared to terrified in a heartbeat, but she never stops trying to escape.
She expects to die any minute, she doesn’t understand why he won’t let her go, well except he wants her blood!
She understands him more than he thinks she does.
If only he didn’t threaten her every five minutes!!
Laney and Dante don’t exactly make a perfect match, in fact I’d almost wished she’d gotten away from him! There didn’t seem to be any redeeming qualities for Dante, he really was the monster legends said vampires were. And how could a mere woman tame this wild beast? Did I want her to? Well, at first I would have said no. But getting to know Dante through this book I did want him saved, and this “Moss witch” was the woman to do it.
Her power is a phenomenal and formidable force. And it links in nicely with the other witches and story from the previous books.
So… with the series coming to an end! That leaves the only female vampire in the coven left! And what a surprise, she’s got the last book.
Shall we see where it takes us?
Do you need to read in order? Definitely. But if your just buying A Vampire’s Submission, then you might miss out on a few things, but you’ll enjoy the book anyway.