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1200 pages of page-turning dystopian urban fantasy.
In a world with few choices, evil runs rampant and none of the old rules apply. What began as an exploratory mission to see if anything is left on Earth turns sour fast. A Vampire attack, a possessed priest, and a gateway to Hell mean fallout from the spell gone bad that pinned everyone in South America is far from finished.
Retreat is tempting, but nowhere is safe.
Vampires aren’t supposed to feel anything beyond hunger and bloodlust, but Viktor still feels a whole lot. He hates what he’s become, but there’s no escape. Not from the dying city smothering him, or from his maker, an arrogant tyrant who demands absolute loyalty.
The sea is the only life Juan’s ever known—not counting the decade he spent as a Vampire. Those years gave him a healthy aversion for anything supernatural, but he’s a shifter now. It’s way better than being one of the undead, but he still doesn’t trust magic. Paired up with Aura to teach him, he falls and falls hard, but she spurns his advances.
Recco misses his cozy lab and well-organized veterinary clinic, but ten years as a Vampire stripped him of any illusions. Life is done handing him everything he wants. He could rail against fate—which never bought him much—or suck it up and keep going. Defeating the Cataclysm broke Vampirism’s hold on him, though. Even better, it threw Zoe square in his path and kicked open the door for him to bond with a wolf.
Dru is beautiful. What breed is he? We're looking for a small/medium dog that is good in the house, doesn't need constant stimulation to keep it out of trouble, and doesn't bark much. We had a lab/chow mix that was all of that and he was also very easy to train but Fred passed away in July 2019.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry about your loss. Dogs don't live long enough. Dru is mostly German Shepherd and Malamute with Husky and gray wolf. He doesn't bark, but he likes to howl along with his squeaky toys. He's good in the house, and he's finally getting past a crazy puppyhood where he required constant supervision. He entertains himself now and has been a joy to train.Delete