After three hundred and sixty years of
searching, Kendrick has finally found his lover again, but
Byron doesn’t remember him. Byron doesn’t remember anything
about his past. In order for a vampire to survive, they need
to feed and form a bond with their lover called a covenant.
If one lover dies or breaks the covenant, the other is sure to
die as well. Because Byron cannot remember his past, he runs
from Kendrick and Kendrick is dying because of it.
Kendrick and Byron fight to protect
mortals, Josiah and Alvaro fight with them. They are also
troubled by their lack of mates, but for different reasons.
Kendrick, Byron and the other vampires
fight against an old enemy that has returned. He intends to
annihilate them with a brutal and calculating detachment that
only pure evil can possess.
Full Circle's approach with
vampires is intriguing, captivating and I think, ingenious.
The villain in this story is evil; his macabre acts are
gruesome and sadistic, and he commits them with a witty
calmness that is truly eerie. I was captivated by him.
Kendrick and Byron are fascinating, sexy, and passionate, and
Josiah and Alvaro are as well. Aside from my personal
feelings about not wanting Kendrick and Byron to be intimate
with their feeders, I think Full Circle is an
exceptional story. I am eager to read more about these
vampires and their cause. The battle of good against evil has
yet to be fought!