A car accident changes everything for Dr. Toni Parthen. Her computer-hacked hospital blood test confirms she's the carrier of a gene that's the key to salvation for a unique race of human beings. Abducted from her hospital room to a secret underground community, Toni is asked to do the unthinkable: procreate with a man from a race called Varcolac - a species that must consume the blood of humans to survive.
Then bizarre turns dangerous, because a new, mysterious enemy also wants her special DNA, and Toni finds herself in the middle of an all-out war to possess her. It's the job of Jacken Brun, leader of the Warrior Class, to keep the captured women safe from a demonic race of humans who rule a neighboring part of their underground world. His challenges multiply when Toni inflames the women into mutiny, and then there's his biggest problem...his growing desire for the infuriating woman herself. Afflicted with a dark genetic makeup, Jacken can never be with a woman - until Toni uses her scientific ingenuity to find a way for her and Jacken to be together. But then the new enemy faction unearths Toni and drags her to their hidden lair, where they'll inflict an unspeakable cruelty on her to gain access to her valuable genes. It will take every warrior skill Jacken owns to save the woman he loves, but only if he can find her in time....
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Loved this book and Jeffrey's voice wow.
I have not read the print version but I would assume it is as good as the audiobook
JR Wards Black Dagger Brotherhood or Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter novels. They have a similar format. A community of "fanged people". Women, sometimes men in peril from their enemies and most importantly love.
He brings the Characters to life, his voice is pure sex! (Wasn't so fond of Kimberly's accent but then I know people who talk like that in real life, annoying but natural.)
As with many good books it made me both laugh and cry. Particularly the scene with Kimberly (I think) talking to her mate about suffering abuse.
I love this book and am now purchasing the series to read them all, Tracy has a unique voice in what could be argued as an overpopulated genre. Her characters are natural and her plot believable and not just the same old same old. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
- Kate Mc
Non stop action
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