Vampire master Vision and his
lieutenant lover Hanz have an uneasy alliance with Hanz son
Kane and his lover Jinx. They all live together in a large
mansion, which they share with Jesse and a cadre of other
lesser vampires. The power lines under the property are
under Visionís control.
Foreboding dreams and wicked vampire
underlings seem to be around every corner lately. The head
vampire, Janus and Vision know that something strong and
devious is making a power play for their lines and people
but until they figure out what is going on they are fighting
blind and loosing the battle.
The fifth release in the Master of the
Lines series, Coda is a love story with
several sets of male/male committed couples against the
sometimes brutal and violent life they lead to survive in
this day and age. Unless you are a fan and following this
series you wonít have a clue what is going on. The concept
is great and the relationships are sincere but there is a
lot to keep track of. Fans of the series are sure to enjoy
Coda simply to catch up with Vision, Hanz and
the others but everybody else needs to start at the
beginning, not here.