Two guys who’ve stolen her heart.Three races and only one of them worthy.Countless enemies with insatiable bloodlust for power.Will one girl's curse ultimately save her? Half-vampire Brooke Keller barely survived the slaying of her worst enemy, only to learn that Zladislov—the world's most... show more
Two guys who’ve stolen her heart.Three races and only one of them worthy.Countless enemies with insatiable bloodlust for power.Will one girl's curse ultimately save her? Half-vampire Brooke Keller barely survived the slaying of her worst enemy, only to learn that Zladislov—the world's most powerful vampire, leader of the vampire world, and her father—wants her dead. However, this time, she's not only fighting vampires but a raging monster within her that endangers what's left of her humanity. And when a deadly disease threatens to take her best friend's life, Brooke tries to convince Kaitlynn to accept a monster of her own: becoming a Zao Duh. As a former slave to the Pijawikas, Mirko is driven to protect the innocent at all costs, but he has never faced a foe more formidable than Zladislov. And when the Commission bears down on Brooke, Mirko finds the stream of enemies runs deeper than he ever imagined.
Publish date: April 30th 2013
Publisher: Accendo Press
Edition language: English
Series: Vampire Born (#2)
Wow! LOVED THIS BOOK!!! Angeline - it was really good!!! Now I need the next book because that cliffhanger... I just about died! And I didn't read the teaser from the next one because that'll just make me want to, no need to read the third book even MORE! Full review to follow.
Well, I thought I loved the first one, but wow, this was awesome!! With the way the last book ended I had been dying for this book. I easily fell right back into the world. I thought the first book was full of surprises and action, but this one steps it up. The stakes are higher, and things are very...
I received Enemy Within from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I really want to ramble and rant and rave over this review, but I’m not exactly sure how. It’s not that I didn’t love this book, because I did. It was everything that Descended by Blood was, if not more. My hesitation ...