Tristan McBreen, referred to as the “Old One” by the others of his faction, was a fearless warrior who had been fighting for centuries, ever since the age of twelve. He took his position seriously, never letting anything distract him from his training, and with the Order in shambles, his small faction was one of the few defenses left against Victor and his powers of darkness.
Katie had suffered a great deal at Lucas’ shands, but when she escaped and swore loyalty to Fallyn and Simon, Tristan became her maker. Since that time, Katie’s bravery and recklessness both worried and attracted Tristan to the point of distraction. Katie was fast becoming a pawn in the game played between Victor and their faction, and she was more than willing to sacrifice herself for the good of the others.
I appreciated the loyalty the faction of eternals—not vampires—showed to Simon and Tristan, relying heavily on Tristan’s considerable skill in battle. Katie’s impulsiveness and reckless behavior was refreshing, even outdoing Fallyn’s (from the first book), and was almost certain to be her downfall. Tristan was a noble man from another time but even he could not resist Katie’s charms, and their rocky relationship is fun to follow. The battles are more subdued in this story, but the war between good versus evil continues in this second book. I am definitely looking forward to reading the third book to see which side claims victory.
- Paperback: 198 pages
- Publisher: Black Lyon Publishing (May 15, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1934912263
- ISBN-13: 978-1934912263
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