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This book is meant for mature readers. It has violence and some steamy m/m scenes.
Received book from author for an honest review.
3/5 Hotness Rating
Kallysten has created a truly unique universe for her stories and this is only the second of her books that I've read that has been set in The Demons Age. I think that the setting and storyline for this time period is very exciting and adds a unique twist to an already fascinating world.
Marc is a vampire that believes in the long ago made Pacts with the humans. He and his Childe, Blake, fight the demons but Blake does it because he thinks it's fun more than anything else. One night while they were fighting they came across a group of human fighters and decided to join forces with them. Among them was a soldier named Kate to whom both found themselves attracted. I guess it was game on between those two from then on. There's nothing like a little rivalry when vying for a woman's attention.
The relationship between Marc and Blake is something new to me. I've read a decent amount of Kallysten's creations and I've never come across a Sire/Childe relationship quite like their's before. The parent/child feel isn't there. Marc doesn't force Blake to obey in any way. In fact, Blake's a total pain in the ass. He's always trying to push Marc's buttons and he's awfully immature despite his many decades of life.
The three main characters in this book were written extremely well. To put it simply, the were brought to life for me through Kallysten's words. It was like I was watching the story play out before my eyes. I was able to feel Kate's confusion over her conflicting emotions for the two vampires. I disliked Blake's childlike behavior towards Marc. When Marc felt exasperated by Blake's antics I was right there with him and I can easily envision myself smacking Blake upside the head. I love it when a read feels real like that.
Since this is only the first in a trilogy about the same set of lovers, a lot of the book was built on the character building. As you can tell, I think Kallysten did a fabulous job with it. I missed the smoldering love scenes though. The scene between Marc and Blake was brief and the other scene in the story was only a murky dream. I look forward to reading the next book and getting deeper into the attraction between the three.
The conversations full of wit between the two vampires, the underlying love for each other that they will not express in words and the competition for the attentions of the beautiful human woman fighter, Kate makes this a great story. Blake keeps coming up with new ways to keep the story flowing and interesting along with the well written sex scenes as they keep hunting the demon's breech.
The author supplied me with a copy of this manuscript with no request for a review; the opinions expressed are my honest opinions. If you like paranormal and vampires, this is a very good story that I highly recommend.
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