Wednesday, 21 July 2010
I'll Be Slaying You
I’ll Be Slaying You by Cynthia Eden
Baton Rouge, present day
Sandra “Dee” Daniels works for Night Watch, which is a group of bounty hunters that go after the supernatural beings that need to be brought in but the normal humans are unable to handle. Dee’s specialty is hunting vampires and she has made sure that she is their worst nightmare. She may be small but she has what it takes to bring down the supernaturals that she hunts. Now she is on the biggest hunt of her life, a Born Master is in town and when they are around things go downhill fast. To keep everyone safe she is going to have to bring the Born down but that isn’t going to be as easy as she would like.
Simon Chase has a haunted past that makes him the perfect partner for Dee, in more ways than just hunting vampires. Simon also has some secrets that he is going to have to be very careful with because if Dee finds out he just might lose the best thing that has ever happened to him. He also knows a secret about Dee that will turn Dee’s life upside down, but he has to make sure that Dee stays alive long enough to be able to handle the secret.
With a Born hot on their trail, trying to make sure Simon and Dee are stopped before they can stop the Born things are going to get hot really fast. Only time will tell if they are going to still be standing once the dust settles around them. Will they be able to stand together and stop the Born or will their secrets tear them apart before they have a chance at the promising future that they have had just a glimpse of.
This story has all the action and romance you could wish for. The world building is completely believable even with all the vampires, shifter, witches and demon that abound in this book. It will have the reader rooting for the hero and heroine as they fight the evil in their town so that the evil doesn’t win and that the good guys do. This is another book in a series that will have the reader impatiently awaiting the next book.
I give this one 4-1/2 red roses
Posted by Anne Herries Author at 23:29