Ozzie was born a werewolf, but was turned into a vampire. This has made him an outcast of both societies to the point where his former pack is hunting him. Since he knows he is running low on time, Ozzie wants revenge on those who turned him before he dies.
Micah isn't a typical vampire in that he is more of a computer geek than sexy stereotype and is a Drone soldier who doesn't necessarily like to fight. Even so, it is a fight that leads to Ozzie capturing him and trying to force Micah into joining his (Ozzie's) revenge plan.
In spite of their differences, the two men are drawn to each other and things start to change. But will they change quickly enough for Micah to keep his life and for Ozzie to keep what humanity he has left?
Reborn in Blood is another wonderful installment in the Drone Vampire Chronicles. What I liked most about the book was how the main characters' differences (and some similarities) evened each other out. Both characters drew each other out and the strengths (and weaknesses) each has complemented each other wonderfully. The secondary characters (Micah's family, the Drone clan that Micah is part of and members of which had turned Ozzie) round out the story and bring it to life.