- Release Date
- November 2013
- Book 6 of Mark of the Vampire
Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Love and Vengeance...
The violent attack left Synjon destroyed and his lover dead—at the will of the evil vampire Cruen. Syn's passionate savior was Petra. When she became pregnant with his child, it should have been a blessing—until Syn vanished after discovering the truth: Petra was the daughter of the man he despised above all others. The daughter of Cruen.
When Petra's health begins to decline, she contacts Syn to help save their baby. Though reluctant to see Petra, he cannot turn his back on his own innocent child. But night after night, as his feelings for Petra are rekindled, Syn becomes increasingly torn.
Although everyone assumes that Cruen is dead, Syn is not convinced—and is still hell-bent on finding and destroying him once and for all. But will his thirst for vengeance keep him from seeing what is really worth living for before it is too late?
Nov 26, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
95 people found the following review helpful
Once someone has had their emotions removed, can they come back on their own?
Synjon Wise was a man that had been through so much that he did not want to feel anything anymore. Or is that really why he did what he did? He asked his enemy to take his emotions away. But the question is--did that really work or can emotions grow back?
Petra is the daughter of his enemy and the woman that saved Synjon's life. When she saved his life, they had a romantic encounter that resulted in Little Fangs, their unborn child. Being a vampire means you need blood to live and Petra needs Synjon's blood specifically, or she and the baby could die. Synjon ignores the pleas of his friends to do the right thing for Petra, but he just did not care. Petra's friends and family do what they have to do so Synjon can help her and the baby. While taking care of Petra, Synjon realizes that he is beginning to feel things for this woman and their child, and he shouldn't be able to do that.
This was the best Mark of the Vampire yet! Reading this story and watching Petra and Synjon's connection grow was great. You see a man's point of view when it comes to the evolution of a relationship. As a reader of the series, it was nice to see the two main characters relate to one another and really just deal with each other and their own issues, and not much of anything else. Yes, the other characters are in the story, but the book concentrated on Petra, Synjon, and the relationship they need to have for the sake of their child.
What started as a means of survival in Eternal Beauty turned into a story of love in ETERNAL SIN.
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