This was in my opinion more of a light read. It doesn’t get to heavy. He is a vampire from a different time so he is a gentleman. She is more of an easy going person, not very confrontational more of a go with the flow person. He does touch upon his past and everything he didn’t like and what he misses. You expect what he will do because he never really wanted to be a vampire. There is drama when he needs to flow laws, and he was forced to mate with someone he absolutely hated. I enjoyed the downfall of the story, but it did leave me wanting to know what happened to the crazy vampire. I was left feeling like there is more to the story and more on the other characters. It is a standalone so no cliffhangers and it is also a hea.
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