This was a fun and sexy follow up in this second book of the series. Gabe is a vampire hunter who's assumptions were challenged in the first book when he met Buddhist, vegetarian vampire Harvey. This book picks back up with the two a little ways into their relationship. As with the first book this is set up in stories. There are two separate but related stories in this book.
I found this to be a really enjoyable follow up. This couple is great together and you can't help but love them. They're very different but they compliment each other well. There are some touching scenes as the guy's begin to build their relationship. These two are also really hot together. The plot is fun and different and it was a quick, easy read.
I found every aspect of the story to be good. The characters, the plot, the dialogue, etc. If you're looking for something a little different yet still romantic and smexy this series is a must read.
One bite won’t kill you. Unless it does.
Gabe Vadas’s slayer ancestors would be spinning in their graves if they knew that not only is his boss a vampire, so is his lover. But that lover, Harvey Feng, is cooking something up in his lab that he seems reluctant to disclose.
The secrets they keep from each other and the nightmares they share are driving a wedge between them.
Harvey fell off the vegetarian wagon with one taste of his lover’s blood. Except recently it’s been having some unusual—and disturbing—side effects. And he fears their connection has awakened something dark and dangerous.
Sent to New York City to help the new top vamp clean up the mess the old one left behind, Gabe finds more than a few stray feral vampires. A doctor with a dubious history is hell-bent on creating a new race of unkillable bloodsuckers.
The investigation takes Gabe and Harvey across an ocean, and deep into the past. Where they discover demons that have the power to reach across the centuries to destroy them both.
Warning: Contains a tasty Hungarian goulash of dirty boys doing dirty things, bilingual dirty talk, evil scientists, shifty-eyed lab assistants, fun with lab rats, and smexy times in romantic Old Europe. Jó étvágyat!