Doing the right thing could destroy everything....
Levi, Ian, and Darius escaped death by wolf pack by the skin of their teeth, but they're not out of the woods. The wolves are relentless. Help from humans? Not likely. Their only hope is a vampire commune in remote Western Canada - if they make it in one piece. Even then there's no guarantee they'll be offered sanctuary.
First challenge is to get there. Sunlight is deadly. Money is dwindling. Police and wolves alike are on the hunt. Worse, Levi hasn't recovered physically or emotionally from the accident that broke several of his bones and killed his best friend. He desperately wants Ian or Darius to turn him, which would heal his wounds, speed their escape, and sever his last tie to the wolves that made his life hell. Yet Darius hesitates, caught between his desire to help his lover and fear that once this is all over, Levi and Ian will have no use - or desire - to keep him in the picture. And that's assuming they all make it to the end of this alive....
Warning: Contains two vampires and a werewolf who would really like to just sit down somewhere and lick their wounds but are too damned busy stealing cars, avoiding sunlight, eluding police, arguing, jumping off roofs, and plotting new and innovative ways to weasel past customs. Oh, and plenty of scorching-hot sex between three very, very dirty boys.
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- Morgan A Skye
Well... it's the next book so....
So this is absolutely something you must read in order. Book one ends and book two essentially takes off from that exact point.
Our boys are still in trouble and still running and get separated again….
This book was a bit tedious for me and I found myself zoning out a lot.
In book one there was excitement in the boys finding one another and joining their ménage together. In book two it’s all about the chasing. (It reminded me of the SUPER LONG last book of Harry Potter where Hermione and Harry are out being teenagers and angsting all over the place for what felt like FOREVER while they look for/wait for Ron. A good editing is needed there and here to make this move along at a better pace.)
Jason Winters has a bit of a lisp sometimes that began to annoy me a bit – probably because the book wasn’t nearly as captivating as book one.
My hope is that book three will redeem itself to me and I can go back to enjoying this series.
You have to read this to continue, but it’s not my favorite by a long shot.
3 of 5 stars
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