Fallon McGregor is
on the run from the most evil thing she has ever encountered, Pedro
Chavez. Chavez is a master vampire who turned her and killed her
daughter, Christy. Fallon has two goals. She is going to kill
Chavez and then join Christy in death, permanently. She knows that
she needs to feed before moving on to the next town in her journey
to find the way to kill Chavez. Fallon chooses a local cowboy bar
not realizing that everything will change for her starting tonight.
master vampire, feels the lone vampire in his lands, and he senses
her pain and fear. When she enters the bar, Adrian knows instantly
that he must have the beautiful vampire and is even willing to share
himself, literally. Adrian has been around for three centuries and
he has never felt a pull like this before.
Fallon is not quite
sure why she has agreed to feed from the sexy cowboy vampire, but
she knows that she is drawn to him. She, also, thinks
can teach her what she needs to know…how to kill Chavez. Adrian
wants to help Fallon, but first she must learn to trust him. As
Fallon and Adrian grow closer, Fallon realizes that she must leave
before jeopardizing Adrian and his people. Adrian is not willing to
let Fallon go—ever. Will Fallon be able to not only escape her past
but also move onto her future with Adrian?
an outstanding read and Mackenzie McKade has outdone herself!
Fallon McGregor is a vampire who has seen the worst that life has to
offer and she has no hope left. Adrian Trask is the sexiest cowboy
around and also a centuries old master vampire. Fallon and Adrian
are drawn together and neither expects to find anything lasting.
Mackenzie McKade pulls every emotion from her readers—humor,
sadness, and horror—all with the most amazing love scenes. I am
hoping to see more from the characters that appeared in
Fallon’s Revenge and will definitely add them to my keeper
shelf. While most often revenge is a dish best served cold,
Fallon’s Revenge is served up in a smoking hot and extremely