Three years ago Lyle made a mistake that cost him his freedom, and almost his life. Now, sick to death of watching his father love the man that Lyle wanted, Lyle accepts an offer to leave Wolf, WY behind and see what life in Washington, D.C. can do for him instead.
When Lyle comes across a seductive, attractive stranger with a fascinating yet terrifying view of humanity, he’s more than intrigued. It doesn’t take Lyle long to realize that Arius isn’t just playing games, though, and when Lyle runs across a secret in Arius’ lair he has no choice but to flee, even knowing his actions will enrage Arius.
This is book two, and even though this starts three years after book one, I would suggest to read in order. All the same players are involved even the big bad vamp, from D.C.
We start in the airport, all the family is on the way to visit Randy’s family in D.C. Lyle is back from his training, camp, attitude adjustment, whatever you want to call it. Problem is on the outside he seems to be better at controlling his feelings, but on the inside we find that he’s still dealing with the fact that the one person he has always wanted picked someone else.
As the family reunite Lyle finds himself a different outlet for this anger, problem is, that outlet happens to be the vampire that we were introduced to in book one. Not the friendliest of guys.
This books has so many layers, I’ve no idea how this author made them all come together, but they did and it worked brilliantly. Lyle, the Vamps, the mother, Randy, the friends. wow!
As Lyle runs amuck around D.C. Randy and the family play house, until we can no longer hide the secrets and all hell breaks lose.
Luckily, when it hits the fan, family that plays together, stays together and win the battle for another day.