I’m a huge fan of vampire romances. Perpetual Light is that and so very much more. It is a story of love and loss that spans the ages. I found the book to be thoroughly enchanting, and I do believe that there may be more forthcoming, but I have no concrete knowledge of that at this time. The story takes readers across the globe and beyond as our characters race to keep Lucia and Vittorio out of the clutches of the evil Samuel. The characters and their struggles are so heart wrenching and beautiful, as a reader I truly felt for them in their plight. Perpetual Light was a delight to read, and one that I had great difficulty in putting down.
The whims of the Gods are brutal. Lucia Dicomano is on the run. And she has been consistently so for the past three centuries. Sometimes as a tracker, sometimes as a hunter, and sometimes in hiding herself, she has been in constant turmoil. Now she has been forced to make a choice. Take her place as a Pharo of Redemption, and in turn sacrifice the one she has sworn to love for all eternity, or keep running, and run the risk of losing her place as a Pharo. But there are more than a few problems. Her long lost love is the one she shouldn’t trust, but can’t help but be drawn to. Then there’s the small detail of her actions several centuries before. And now a master vampire has come to make her his own, and will stop at nothing to possess her in every way. Can Lucia find a way to save her heart and still destroy those who threaten her very existence?
Fate is cruel. Especially when the one you've sworn to love for all eternity, the very soul who changed your destiny, is the last person you should trust.
After more than three hundred years of running, Lucia Dicomano must make a choice.
Forced to take her place as a Pharo of Redemption, the divine slayer needs to master her forgotten powers. Lucia turns to Vittorio, the one vampire she's failed to deliver from eternal damnation. But overcoming smoldering remnants of love, lust and anger aren't their only obstacles.
Samuel, who may know Lucia better than she knows herself, hunts her with a fervor stoked by a thousand years of vengeful hatred. His plan-capture and enslave the weakened Pharo then take control of her elusive power.
Can Lucia trust Vittorio long enough to reclaim her powers? Or will she have no choice but to kill him and battle Samuel alone?