Just plain love Adrian!!!
Can't wait for the next one!!
This installment in the Maker series, slams you right into the action and never lets you rest. I think it is even better than the first tow books and darker. There is also some of the sweetest moments to date. Fantastic !!!
Heather gives up her agent job to stay with Dante he is still having terrible seizures and is being hunted. It seems everyone wants a piece of him, of his power. His father is gone and the pain of that along with his powers are driving him over the edge. He struggles just to hold on to his sanity. Von, my favorite character really shines and reminds me why I like him so much. I would like to read his book someday.
I am fascinated with this paranormal series but I'm not exactly sure why. It is interwoven with Vampires, mythology, Fallen, government plots and love. It is so different and sometimes difficult to read about things that were done by a secret government agency to rock star Dante when he was a child. His memories are returning, causing complete chaos and almost driving him insane, except there is Heather. She is an ex-FBI agent with a grim past of her own who loves Dante and gave up everyting to be with him and help him even when he scares her silly. There are so many players in this game who want Dante for their own. He is Vampire and Fallen. He is a destroyer and a creator. He is so unique there hasn't been anyone like him in thousands of years. Dante is searching for his missing father,Lucien, who cut all ties with Dante to protect him when Lucien was taken by Gabriel and the Fallen. Heather trusts Dante knowing that even in the midst of chaos he loves her and will never harm her. She must help him control his power that is growing stronger and wilder before he destroys everything. Their enemies are powerful and don't worry about collateral damage. Everyone has an agenda. This book had a satisfying finish but left me wanting more, wanting Dante to go after those who harmed all he loved and give them what they deserve. I am so looking forward to the next book.
This is not a stand alone story, you will be terribly lost without reading the first 2 books. It is on my keeper shelf with the rest of the series.