Lethal and charismatic, vampire Lachlan McRae woke on his first night to death and devastation—his clan slaughtered, his fortress destroyed. One hundred and fifty years later, driven to avenge the murder of everyone he loved, he’s ready to hunt down and kill the one vampire who was behind it all—Erskine Ross, the Vampire Lord of Scotland.
This was a pretty good story. I really liked both Julia and Lachlan. Characters like Julia’s can tend to be too emotionless, but I thought the author did a good job with her character. The only thing was that I hadn’t realized it was book 13 in a series. It didn’t make a difference with the story, but I like to start at the beginning of a series because of cross-referencing and characters popping up in other books. I recommend.
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