A.J. Llewellyn and D. J. Manly bring back Stride and Zero for the fourth in the series of Nibiru Vampire Warriors. They pull you into a wild and original story that keeps you captivated not wanting to put the book down. Manly and Llewellyn will have you riveted to your seat. You get sexy, hot and tantalizing characters that will have you needing a towel, a glass of ice water, or maybe both. Either way they sizzle with hotness only Llewellyn and Manly can provide.
Still aboard the ghost ship and running from the Vampire Queen's grasp, Stride and Zero wade through the many games and traps she throws at them. Surviving the ghost ships taunts they arrive at a gorgeous wintery abode only to be attacked by their past and zero becomes very ill. He has an ailment that can only be brought on by the Vampire Queen. She seeks to drive them apart so she can capture her son, but what she does only drives them closer to one another. Stride shows Zero how to battle strong attacks from his mother. In doing this they become closer than they have been.
Stride and Zero are on the run from the Vampire Queen, who keeps presenting herself in various disguises. Having failed in her attempt to capture and control Stride, her own son, she resorts to other, deadlier games in trying to divide and conquer the two vampire warriors.
In Chapter four, the two vampires have survived the lure of the ghost ship’s deadly grip, only to arrive in a snow-covered town that looks like a winter wonderland—with no beginning or end to it. They come to a small, brightly lit cottage and step inside, to face potentially fatal consequences. Zero is afflicted with a horrible ailment, and Stride is forced to confront the were-lover he once cherished and couldn’t save...
Stride and Zero must rely on each other and learn to trust one another. As increasingly tense as the battle on Niburu has become, the two vampires find that their growing passion is not only their strongest, binding force, but in and of itself, the kind of Eden the planet on which they’re stranded was supposed to be.
Reader Advisory: This book is part of an ongoing serial series, best read in order as it continues.