VampLycans Drantos and Kraven were sent to eliminate a threat to their clan. But when that threat turns out to be mostly human women, clueless of their lineage, plans change - especially after Drantos gets a taste of Dusti's blood. Now, he'll die to protect her. Even if that means walking away from everything he knows to keep her at his side.
Is her strong desire for Drantos reason enough to endure danger coming from all sides? Or should Dusti cut and run the first chance she gets?
Author Note: VLG stands for Vampires, Lycans, Gargoyles...and breeds in between. Living in Alaska's harsh, pristine territories, these creatures live and love fiercely. These are their stories.
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By f.c on 04-06-17
Brilliant performance weak story
The story started very well the performance was great but as it progressed, Dusti's character just became weak and non-redeemable. The people of the clan whilst initially understandably shocked and such, their cruelty just became vindictive and. The author never gave Dusti vindication from it. The little she seemed to consider in the end even that she took away from her. Drakos who had been the epitome of Alpha male just wasn't well rounded by the end of the book. The book just left one hanging for something more spectacular or more finished but didn't quite deliver. I would still recommend it and but tone down on expectation. It passed the time nicely, didn't blow me away. I'm not inspired to pick the next book, but if I were short of something to read would consider it hence the 3 starts, the author clearly has talent but she just didn't make her characters endearing to the reader. I kept hoping Dusti might suddenly develop some neat tricks from drinking Drakos blood to show the clan that she was worthy but .....
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By Teresa on 30-12-16
I didn't like this book as well as the Species series and I won't be continuing on, I barely finished this one. While I liked the whole Vampire, Lycan, Gargoyle aspect to the story, the rules not so much. It was also hard to like the book because I hardly liked any of the characters in the story. I did not like Drantos's clan. Everyone wanted Dusty to grovel at Drantos feet and continually told Dusty how she was not good enough for him. It was beyond degrading how everybody treated Dusty, especially since she was new to the clan and did not know the ways, they basically thought she was only good as a brood mare. Drantos also had a mentality of "Me Tarzan, you Jane, do what I say", which he later lightens up a bit on. Dusty was also annoying, half the time she was cowering behind Drantos and the other she was blindly running into danger without thought. Plus the whole book had a Damsel in distress vibe to it, which I wouldn't mind if I actually liked any of the characters. But mainly I like women with a bit of a back bone and isn't too stupid to live. Also I would have been fighting tooth and nail for my sister, that part of the book bugs me because they were separated at the beginning and then Bat is just gone. I know the next book is about her but that wouldn't fly in my world. The best part of the story was the narrator and I would certainly listen to her again.
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By Kerri McIntosh on 14-12-16
book was ok. too much sex not enough action.
Book was ok. could use less sex, more imagination and action. Characters are well thought out but lack depth. descriptions of characters and history, lineage are superb but story was lacking in appeal where skirmishes are concerned.
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