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Chicago, Illinois...the windy city. Home to football greats, dinosaurs named Sue, and, when the sun goes down...powerful vampires battling for the right to rule the city and beyond.
Born into slavery, Aden is one of the most powerful vampires in North America, waging war on others of his kind in a struggle to become the next Lord of the Midwest. But in the midst of the deadliest fight of his long life, the ghosts of his past have come back to haunt him. Slavery still exists, and Aden is hell-bent on destroying it and the vampires who profit from it.
Sidonie Reid is an investigative reporter in pursuit of the biggest story of her career, until that story costs the life of a friend and Sid realizes she has to do much more than write about it. Intent on bringing down the vampires and their slave network, Sid gains entry to the highest levels of vampire society, where she finds herself confronting the raw sexuality that is Aden.
Caught up in a dark passion that neither can resist, Aden and Sidonie join forces, determined to defeat the old regime and everything it stands for. The dangers are beyond calculation, but the ultimate reward is worth the risk. If they survive....
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By TU on 10-02-17
A good add to the series, if a bit darker
I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
If you are a fan of Christine Feehan or Kresley Cole, you should definitely check this series out. Nick J. Russo's narration continues to be great and, like the aforementioned authors, D.B. Reynolds does a great job of making each book build on the last, but still be a standalone book focusing on a character you were introduced to in a previous book. This one focuses on Aden. Unlike the previous books in the series, this one's sex scenes were much more graphic and dark. They lacked the romantic feel the previous books had. This one focused a lot on BDSM which isn't something I am into, so that could have been it too. The book wasn't just sex, though, so this was only a minor difference in tone and not a complete detraction for me. I am still interested in continuing with this series.
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By Amazon Customer on 10-08-17
Good addition to the series BUT......
I have read the whole of the series and enjoyed them all but I found this one difficult.
I really enjoyed the book once the true story started but initially when Aden and Sidonie Reid meet I had to fast forward some of the sex scenes.
I found myself saying to the female character Sidonie Reid (Sid) 'don't you have any pride.' she virtually begged Aden for sex - it made me squirm. The section which included BDSM was present but not too intense.
The story in the second part of the book was excellent and the final chapter bodes well for the next in the series as it sound as if it will l involve Raphael and Cin, the two main characters from book one which was excellent.