Cheyenne Smith knows that her
schizophrenia remained when she became a vampire, but she is
also positive that it has nothing to do with the erotic
dreams that have started back up again. Cheyenne has had
them for many years, never seeing her dream lover’s face.
Now Cheyenne not only knows his face but also his name. Why
does he seem so much more real now? Her new friends are
helping Cheyenne deal with her new powers and her
schizophrenia but will they believe her when she tells them
Marroc has been sleeping for many, many
years—that is until Cheyenne finally brought him out of his
slumbers. Marroc has known the entire time that to defeat
the enemy that forced his sleep, he had to wait until his
“One” was found. Marroc believes that Cheyenne has to be
her. Why else would he have dreamed connected with her for
so long? At last, Marroc realizes he is really awake and
not just in that in-between realm he has been in for so
long. Now he needs to find his Cheyenne.
Cheyenne agrees to meet with Marroc
when he informs her he is nearby. That meeting proves to
both of them that it wasn’t just their dreams that could be
erotic. Marroc knows the fight is just around the corner
and he will need to have Cheyenne at his side when it
begins. However, the rest of Cheyenne’s friends don’t agree
and it’s beginning to look like Cheyenne might not be the
“One” after all. But she is just as important to the final
outcome for a very different reason. Now that it’s over,
Cheyenne is scared to discover what all the newfound
knowledge will mean for her budding love for Marroc.
Erotic dreams become reality when two
vampires finally meet. Surge brings Cheyenne
and Marroc together in an epic battle that includes other
Blood Lines couples. Cheyenne has been dreaming about the
same man since she was a teenager. It even led, in a way, to
her becoming a vampire. Marroc finally agreed to be put
into a deep dreaming slumber, believing that he would find
the one person necessary for a battle he needed to win. I
was not surprised when the meeting between Cheyenne and
Marroc quickly went from hello to wildly erotic—after all
they had many years of lead up. What I loved was when
Marroc learned of Cheyenne’s problem and still believed in
her. Had to smile at the way they battled that pesky brain
problem. I really loved when the misunderstandings were
cleared away, neither would give up on the other.
Surge is a battle between good and bad with a highly
erotic twist. I loved that a few of the other Blood Lines
couples were involved and we touched on still others.
Another great visit into the Blood Lines world for another
deserving couple finding their true love.