A magnificent creature, Utah wants vengeance against the bloodsuckers who murdered his brother. Once the beast within him is unleashed, he won’t rest until every vampire is destroyed. But he never expected to encounter a leader of his immortal enemies who was so beautiful, bewitching . . . and... show more
A magnificent creature, Utah wants vengeance against the bloodsuckers who murdered his brother. Once the beast within him is unleashed, he won’t rest until every vampire is destroyed. But he never expected to encounter a leader of his immortal enemies who was so beautiful, bewitching . . . and mortal. It is Lia’s destiny and her duty to stop the renegade vampires who are intent on annihilating the human and non-human races alike. But she never dreamed that Utah, once a deadly foe, would now become her ally and protector, or that loving him would be more dangerous than anything she’s ever faced before. For when Utah frees his predator soul, there will be no end to the carnage.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 28th 2011
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Gods of the Night (#3)
This is a seriously good series. I have one teensy tiny complaint though; the key to 7's dismissal was so... you've got to be kidding me... lame.
When the renegade vampires killed his brother Rap, Utah goes on the warpath destroying vampires left and right until he encounters Lia, a human leader of the vampires. He's instantly smitten but...she wants to be a vampire. YUK!A story based on the Mayan calendar which states the world will end on ...
Utah, a creature of the night, is determined to have vengence for his brother, and refuses to let it go until every vampire is gone from the world. Utah is part of the Eleven, and the only ones that stand a chance at saving the world from the evil that surrounds them. Then Utah has to start working ...
3.5 stars. I am confused by the ending. What was the signifcance of the yellow flower? Why was that the thing that worked? Maybe I was reading too fast and missed it?The book was good. I find myself more interested in Fin, Seir, Kione and Zero than the actual Eleven. My guess is that Fin, Seir...
I absolutely loved this one. The series just keeps getting better with each book and I'm still giggling over:"As though in answer to that silent cry, the T. rex, Spinosaurus, and Giganotosaurus broke from the darkness. Utah just had to admire the jaw-dropping effect of a combined twenty-two tons of ...