Saxom is dead. The vampires know this. Anthony Hancock, Director of the Joint NSA/Homeland Security Department knows it as well. Tony and the vampires are now on the hunt for Saxom's brood, all of whom are determined to avenge their sire's death. Neither Tony nor the vampires are aware of the other's efforts to search out these rogues, who may number in the hundreds at the very least. Tony holds information the vampires don't - he knows that Xenides, Saxom's eldest vampire child, has allied with terrorists (both foreign and domestic). Tony also neglects to provide vital infromation to Wlodek when he requests Lissa's help.
While struggling to recover from a near-fatal bout with the sun, Lissa fails to understand why Wlodek willingly sends her away on assignment so quickly. With very little information provided to her, Lissa is forced to face an enemy more deadly than anyone can imagine and unravel a plot that could kill millions.
©2014 Connie Suttle (P)2014 Connie Suttle
I live in the outback Australia and so love to listen to a good raunchy kickass story where the female is tall strong and in total control.
I have listened to all 3 books now, I find the story interesting with a bit of humour, just wished Lissa the main character in the books would get a bit tougher, vampire up so to speak especially against the males in her life, she kind of lets them walk all over her. Traci Odom does a good job with the narration of the story. The first book I got a few laughs not so much in the 3rd book. I'm hoping the next book in the series, Connie gives Lissa, a bit more attitude, make her work that vampire sex appeal...............lol cheers
"Love this series"
It's not the Classic hot romantic vampire book. The main character is more a real person finding her way around her new life. And it's not all happiness and good.
In the beginning of the book. When they are trying to bring her back to life.
Yes. I cried and laughed.
This is a must read series. I badly want the next book.
"Awesome!!!!! Awesome!!!!! Awesome!!!!!"
I have lost count as to how many times I've not only listened to it but read the book as well.
After hearing the first 2 I had to have them all.
Please for my sanity, put all 10 books on audible :)
Chicagoland Vampires because both protagonists are females who where turned against their will but came out on top in the end.
When Lissa finally starts to assert herself on the road to becoming her own woman. I also love the way she fights
Are you kidding me why do you think I've lost count on how many times I've read it let alone listen to it? I love it especially books 3 - 10. I haven't laughed & cried this much in a long time. I love it!!!!!!!!
Yeah, hurry up and put the rest of the books on audio & don't forget the sequels too like the High Demon Series, the God Wars series and the Saa Thalarr series, PLEASE :)
loved it, why aren't the other books in this series in audio? ready to start the next book.
I had read the book previously. But hearing it with all the emotion pouring through Ms Odom's voice made it live spectacularly!
3.5 stars. Not sure about these audio books, on the one hand they're extremely addicting, on the other, I'm not that big of a fan of anyone in Lissa's life. She's cool. Everyone else blows (except the butler and his bf who I love). I hope some new guy is introduced soon.
"How does the author do it??"
Once again I'm torn. After book 2, the sexual assault, book 3 is all about incredible stupidity. Each character makes moronic decision after moronic decision, but for some reason I'm still curious about how this turns out. I just can't figure out how the author does it.
"IT ended... it up and ended. no...."
go get'm girl!
the end. it was just cooking right along... and it was just over. oh my...lol I jumped up to get the next book. lol get was out big smile. :)
with her reading the book to me I can wash dishes.... lol
I enjoyed her reaction to finding out they were taking her blood.
"I love all of the first three books"
the story is top line it makes you feel for her and you can't wait for the next book
all of the blood destiny book I need to know it go's
when she was up in the tree with the lender of the werewolf and she made him proems to tell his grandkids that he was rescued by a Cooke baking vampire
"If audio had pages I'd be turning them fast"
Drama, laughter and betrayal.
Lissa by far, how could she not be? She's smart, loyal, kicks arse and did I mention smart? Plus she just keeps showing the old vamps that they have no idea what is really possible.
Traci brings the characters to life with the amazing unique voice she creates for each one.
Catch up with Lissa as she once again proves the impossible is possible.
Oh My GOD! Another cliffhanger? So mean, yet so good, if only the next book was already on Audible.
I'm actually tempted to buy the printed version of book 4 because I HAVE TO KNOW WHAT COMES NEXT!
I cannot recommend this series (author and narrator) highly enough. Try it!
"Great Series- do not miss this one!"
Great premise& characters. Looking forward to many more books. Finally a new story line. Loved all 3 books. Excellent choice for the reader as well.
"Just as fab as always"
This story is a fab continuation but missed Gavin out a fair bit, which worked fine but made me feel much more distant towards his character and was hoping for Lissa to find a new hunk. But toward the end Gavin pops back in which is nice but I wish he were not so much of a tyrant!
brilliant as always I'm going to download the next in the series right now 😊
"Another Good One."
I love the characters which are developing in each book, I had wondered what happened to Lissa after the events at the end of the last book. As usual the story is reasonably complex and enjoyable. Lissa reactions are understandable and her caring heart shines through as she is much more forgiving than I would be. I was upset with her 'friends' betrayal - he needs to check his priorities.
As the series develops, Connie Suttles' writing which was clumsy is much improved but once again, the story is so strong I am able to see past that. I would say it would be best to read books one and two first if at all possible.
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