Leaving the remains of the war behind, vampire Carden, his
human lover Rory, and vampire Thiago and his human lover
Dennis reach Las Vegas. They are hoping for a chance to
rest and an end to danger. Unfortunately, they find
themselves in mortal danger once more. Las Vegas is
virtually a ghost town; the people they do come across are
usually dead. Rory begs Carden to turn him but Carden has
his own reasons for refusing. Thiago is worried about
Dennis as he seems to be getting weaker and weaker as they
search for a way out of Vegas.
But, safe passage is the last thing that the vampire Declen
plans for them. He will not rest until Carden is no more.
If he canít control Carden, well then, Carden must die.
The world around them is once again turning to madness.
Carden is the key, his lover is his weakness and his friends
a distraction. Of course they are also his greatest
strength. Only one can triumph and Carden will eventually
learn that Declen isnít his worst enemy after all. This is
one fight they cannot afford to lose, no matter the personal
cost to them all.
Drama, passionate loving, and soul deep angst are the key
elements in Apocalypse, the fourth story in
the Blood Eclipse series. The main characters face
murder, mysteries, painful loss, and everything comes
through on the pages for readers to savor in
Apocalypse. I think that this can be understood as
a stand alone tale, except the back story is barely
explained and readers miss out on the start of the couplesí
romance. There are a lot of characters to keep track of in
this fast paced emotional roller coaster, yet you will be
hard pressed to stop before the last page. Apocalypse
is pure entertainment and Iím looking forward to hearing
from them once again!