Fighting evil in the form of his
father, brother, and uncle for more decades than he cares to
remember, Cadan Gaelan sometimes wearies of the battle.
But, fate has intervened again and brought him to the one
woman who completes him in more ways than one. Cadan is
host to two symbiots, a male named Aldon he’s bonded to and
for the moment a female named Cerise.
Bliss St. Clair thinks she’s stumbled
into some kind of nightmare. She spies Cadan sinking his
fangs and himself into a woman which disgusts and arouses
her, and then Cadan tells her about symbiots and her
possible role as a host. Although he is reluctant to bring
Bliss into his world and the inherent danger Cadan doesn’t
think he has a choice. Not only does he desperately want her
for himself, his father would like nothing better than to
have a viable female host. Somehow he has to be strong
enough to give her the options and protect her from himself
and others as she makes her decision. Time is running out.
Author Lora Leigh unveils a unique
story with her own version of sexy vampire lore in
Knight Stalker. In this complex tale the humans are
hosts to off world symbiots and it is these ‘others’ who
require blood, through their hosts. Cadan is an embattled
hero both internally and externally, trying to always do the
right thing. He wants to keep Bliss out of it all, but how
do you walk away from the person who’s the perfect partner?
Bliss is frightened and thrilled by Cadan’s attention.
She’s trying to be logical but running on emotions and a
strong sexual pull. The whole symbiot/host thing is
explained, yet I never felt like all the pieces of this
unique storyline fit together perfectly. Knight
Stalker is very sensuous, the characters are
intriguing, however the plot itself isn’t quite as smooth as
one would hope.