Sequel to Infected: PreyIn a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds.The newly married Roan is struggling to balance his work with his home life as he grows... show more
Sequel to Infected: PreyIn a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds.The newly married Roan is struggling to balance his work with his home life as he grows increasingly distracted by his husband Paris's declining health. One case with strong emotions attached takes up most of his time: finding the murderer of a missing little rich girl who winds up dead. But while solving the crime, Roan loses something infinitely precious as well.
Publish date: December 17th 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 222
Edition language: English
Series: Infected -4 (#2)
“This was how the world ended. Not with a bang, but with a whimper.”“I'm always going to be with you, you know. As long as you remember me, I will exist. Memory is a form of existence, life after death.” If you read this and want to destroy yourself afterward then listen to M83 - Before The Dawn Hea...
The second installment in this paranormal series definitely pulls no punches when it comes to emotional impact and pain. In this world, shifters are either born with a certain cat virus or infected with it; each with their own complicated consequences. Our MC Roan is the rare born shifter who is a...
"What the hell are you thanking me for?""For the good time, sailor." Paris gave him a hearty grin with a white flash of teeth. "You should charge admission into your life. It's a trip.""People would demand refunds.""Only if they're complete pussies."I don't demand refund, though admittedly being a p...
This one was better than the first. A lot cleaner (which is why I'm going with a steady 3 and not a 2.5 again), but boy, was it sad (though you could see it coming since book 1). However, it still suffered from the telling-not-showing aspect to some parts, and I still fail to see how it's not import...
4.5 starsBloodlines was much better than the first one. It still had some of the same writing issues, but it was less irritating in this book. I'm sure this was because Roan and Paris stole the show and now I'm able to ignore most of it. There seemed to be less parenthesis, however the long-ass desc...