Griffin Lynch has protected the city of Atlanta for three hundred years and now he can’t get one lush, curvaceous and smart-mouthed human out of his system in this captivating paranormal romance.
Wren Minix would have been pixie food if the super hunky vampire hadn’t rescued her and the reader can’t help but enjoy the fireworks and steamy passion that erupts as Griffin and Wren discover just what they mean to each other. These compelling characters have strong personalities that certainly grab reader’s attention and the well written, fast paced and smooth flowing plot captivates readers with suspense, excitement and romance as the excitement builds lots of tension throughout the story as Griffin discovers that Wren is in danger and it might have something to do with a nefarious plot against the Knight Protectors.
I was completely caught up in this story from the beginning as Celia Kyle has created a fascinating vampire world with some refreshingly different elements and an intriguing spin on a certain mythological king and I can’t wait to read the next book in this new series.
Wren Minix knew vamps were real. Totally. But mean fairies? Fairies weren't supposed to be mean! But they are, and she really thought she was gonna become fairy dust if it hadn't been for the super hunky vampire that saved her. Had she mentioned hunky? And, hey, giving him a little snack in return was no bigs. He helped, after all. Except she wanted one nibble to turn into two and then...oodles. And she'd tell him so...just as soon as she finished tasting all of those yummy muscles.
For three hundred years, Griffin Linch has protected the city of Atlanta as one of its Knight Protectors, a vampire with a cause. Each night he turns other predators into prey and keeps the citizens of the city safe from the bad things that go bump in the night. But it's one, lush, curvaceous and smart-mouthed human that he's rescued and can't get out of his system. She's it for him. The perfect package...the perfect mate...if only she could keep her mouth shut long enough for him to tell her.