Kagen Silivasi is a powerful, ancient vampire with a unique gift for healing - he is also a son, a brother, and a loner who has survived unspeakable tragedy and loss. Beneath his handsome, well-mannered exterior lies an alter ego consumed by rage and an overwhelming impulse to "kill them all"....
Arielle Nightsong is a brave human, a rebel spirit, and an accomplished healer in her own right. Born into a harsh world of violence, cruelty, and danger, she was enslaved at the age of 10 and given as a gift to the most depraved being in Mhier - the infamous king of the lycans. If not for her enduring friendship with a captive vampire, she might not have survived to escape the slave encampment...or to discover her mysterious role in an ancient blood curse.
When Kagen and his brothers voyage into Mhier in search of their long lost father, it will take more than stealth and cunning to get out alive: Secrets will be revealed, loyalties will be tested, and an indomitable spirit will fracture beneath the weight of an impossible choice.
Blood Father is where destiny and duty collide.
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One of the very best stories I have ever heard
This is a tough question because Blood Father is my favorite of the series, the print version was absolutely amazing but, to have this story come to life through audio was phenomenal. So better? not so much as complimentary to the print version,
Kagen Silivasi touched my soul in the first book, Blood Destiny. As the stories have unfolded throughout the other books my connection to him has strengthened. His story is one of such immense pain and darkness, the backstory left me heartbroken for him and to see Kagen come out the other side stronger and happy, I will admit, I cried happy tears.
Eric has the inate ability to bring the characters to life in a way that sticks with you. I cannot imagine hearing anyone else do this series.
Keitaro Silivasi, I would love to hear all about the Silivasi boys as children lol.
Is this book dark and intense? Yes! Does it have gore and death? Yes! Is it for the faint of heart? No! But for anyone that enjoys and exceptional story with characters unlike any other book you will not be disappointed. There is humor, loyalty, love and a scene that is quite possibly the most poignantly beautiful moment I have ever read or heard. Worth every penny and then some.