Hot damn, I love this series. Merit and Ethan and all the Chicagoland vamps rock; there’s plenty of drama and action as well as some hot romance; and lots of mystery. Most excellent. And with two books coming out this year, I’m doubly excited.
The covers of this series are consistently fabulous. As a native of Chicagoland (though I’ve transplanted to the South, due to all the crappy, cold weather up there), I love reading books set in Chicago. Merit’s on guard outside her House, which looks dark and foreboding. The splash of red really pops.
In a city full of vampires, trouble never sleeps.
At the tender age of 27, Merit became a sword-wielding vampire. Since then, she’s become the protector of her House, watched Chicago nearly burn to the ground, and seen her Master fall and rise. Now she’ll see her mettle—and her metal —tested like never before.
It started with two . . . Two rogues vanishing without a trace. Someone is targeting Chicago’s vampires, and anyone could be next. With their house in peril, Merit and her Master, the centuries old Ethan Sullivan, must race to stop the disappearances. But as they untangle a web of secret alliances and ancient evils, they realize their foe is more familiar, and more powerful, than they could have ever imagined.
Vibrant and every-changing, the city is a character itself so seeing the skyline splayed out on this cover brings a smile to my face. With Merit crouched on the concrete like a protective gargoyle (though she’s much prettier…), we know the city’s safe…for the moment.
Welcome back to Chicago: Famous for sports, pizza, and vampires. At the tender age of twenty-eight, Merit became a sword-wielding vampire. Since then, she’s become the protector of her House, watched Chicago nearly burn to the ground, seen her Master fall and rise, and saved her best friend from self destruction. But this might be her toughest fight yet…
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