Yvette isn’t as tough as she wants everyone to think she is. Soon after meeting Haven, her world is turned totally upside down. Vampires and Witches don’t tend to get along very well though. Despite being mistrustful of each other, they still can’t keep their hands to themselves. The more time Haven spends with vampires, the more he realizes that he was wrong about what he thought they were. The more he falls in love with Yvette. Yvette comes to the same sort of conclusion herself, about Haven. It isn’t until Haven and his brother find out that their sister Katie was kidnapped as a baby to prevent the prophecy of the power of three from being used. Now an evil Witch has found out who Katie is now, and plots to get the three together and perform the ritual to gain the unlimited power. Haven takes his human life, to prevent the power of three from being a threat again anytime soon. He asks Yvette to turn him, and to love him, not knowing that she already loves him.
I intended to read just a chapter or two before going to bed; I ended up staying up all night finishing this book. Be prepared to lose all track of time once you pick this one up.
After being kidnapped by a vampire hunter, vampire bodyguard Yvette's first instinct is to kill the bastard. But before she gets the chance, she realizes that he was double-crossed by the witch he was working for and now is in as much danger as she is.
To get his brother out of trouble, bounty hunter / vampire slayer Haven has to deliver the young actress Kimberly to a witch. Unfortunately, she's protected by the very creature he hates most: a vampire.
As Yvette and Haven try to escape their prison and rescue the actress and Haven's brother, will their natural hatred for each other keep them apart or is the passion that bubbles up between them strong enough for them to dare risk their lives to defeat the witch from harnessing the greatest power of all?