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“Payne, twin sister of the Black Dagger Brother Vishous, suffers a devastating injury, and brilliant human surgeon Manuel Manello is called in to save her. Their attraction is instant, and as powerful as it is dangerous. But as human and vampire worlds collide, a centuries- old score catches up with Payne and puts both her love and her life in jeopardy.”

Yet, another new character has appeared. This time a character has a twin sister and never even knew about it! Yet another long lost relative? This is more convoluted than a soap opera at this point. Why am I still reading? It is like a train wreck, I can’t look away.

Wrath, the blind king, accidentally injures Payne while they are fighting. So they rush to go get the boss of the ghost surgeon to save her since he specializes in spinal injuries. Problem is he is a human and instantly wants to be with Payne. Turns out Payne and Vishous are both the off spring of the goddess of the vampires, who supposedly was a virgin. I am just done with all of this.

Payne has this weird ability to heal the ones around her and she is able to walk as long as she is in love or horny which is really convenient since the surgeon wants her all the time. Of course there is more drama about humans and vampires intermingling. So of course, they get together and are super happy.

I am so over this book series. I do like that the books are becoming more about the war on the lessening society and focusing more on the vampire societal structure, but the lame love plots are getting in the way and completely dictate how the lessening society plots run. There is also the issue of thew new guys coming from the Old World (which just sounds like England or Scotland.

This is one of my least favorite in the series so far.


1 out of 5 stars. I would not recommend this book.

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