Vampire Truelock’s job for the last several hundred years has been protecting the President of Archer Industries, a family-run company that has done very well for itself. Since the current patriarch, Desmond Archer, is getting ready to officially retire from the company that more or less runs itself, he sends True on a mission to protect his estranged grandson Lane.
Lane’s mother stopped speaking to her father Desmond when Lane was only a few years old and has told her son that his grandparents are all dead. He has no idea that he’s even an heir to a fortune. So when a handsome stranger steps in and saves him from bodily harm just when he needs it, he’s both grateful and a little suspicious. That suspicion only grows when bad things continue to happen to him, all seeming to stem from True’s arrival and his claim that he’s been sent by Lane’s grandfather to protect him.
The fact that there’s insane chemistry between Lane and True doesn’t help either of them untangle the mystery regarding the danger’s source. Can they find the answers before Lane’s unknown enemies manage to do him permanent damage?
What would it be like to learn that vampires are real? That you really have a trust fund, and your mother lied to you your whole life?
Meet Lane Jefferys, a nice guy who works as a waiter to pay the bills. Goes out to a club one night, gets into trouble and is rescued by a gorgeous stranger. Lane then passes out, and his rescuer Truelock, True to his friends, took Lane to a safe place to sleep of the drug he was slipped. When Lane wakes up and finds himself in a room he doesn’t recognize with a man he doesn’t know, but remembers from the club.
True explains that he is Lane’s bodyguard and that he was sent by Lane’s grandfather to protect him. Lane is thankful but confused because he has been told that his grandfather died when Lane was a young child.
Things move quickly as someone takes a hit out on Lane.
This is a short story. With a lot of physical attraction between the two main characters.
In my opinion there is very little character development due to the length of the book, and the story seems to have been left open. I have read this book twice and it is entertaining, there is humor, and sex.