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He's a vampire from the big city . . .
Phineas McKinney thought New York City was tough, until he was attacked by Malcontents—evil vampires who consider mortals to be snacks. Saved by the good vampires, Phin swore to devote his now undead life to stopping the Malcontents. He's got his job cut out for him when word comes that their enemy may be hiding in Wyoming. What does a city boy like him know about horses and campfires? Good thing he's got Brynley Jones with him . . . if only she didn't hate every vampire on earth.
She's a werewolf princess . . .
Bryn believes vampires are seductive and charming, and that makes them dangerous. So she's more than a little annoyed about teaming up with Phin, even if he is the only bloodsucker able to make her inner wolf purr. But as they hunt down the new leader of the Malcontents, danger threatens . . . and Phineas and Brynley discover a passion that will rock the foundation of their supernatural world.
Kerrelyn Sparks is the bestselling author of the Love at Stake series, which has hit as high as number 5 on the New York Times list and 22 on the USA Today list. Kerrelyn is honored that her band of merry vampires and shifters is spreading love and laughter worldwide in fourteen different languages.
Very well written characters with a great back story.
SPOILERS* I have always been interested to see what Phineas back story would be and who he would end up with, and I'm glad this is the book we learn about him in.
There is plenty of comedy involved as well, so you get the serious heart-warming romance and the fun, uplifting laughs.
Just love this series the writer is wonderfully descriptive and combines humour with intensity very well.Published 18 days ago by Colene Cobb
loved this book love this series ! Gotta love Dr. Phang lolPublished 1 month ago by Jessica Hatfield
I love all this series, I can't wait until new books come out. They are a great read.Published 3 months ago by Charlotte
What was everyone else reading? I felt the dialogue was adolescent and unrealistic; there was so much slang that I had to wonder if maybe this was for adolescents, then the cursing... Read morePublished 4 months ago by BookDevour
Every single book gets better then the one before. I read some other reviews and saw that some people didn't like the change in Phin. I loved it. He grow up. He became a man. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pat L