A.J. Llewellyn and D. J. Manly bring back our heroes Stride and Zero once again in the fifth installment of the Nibiru Vampire Series. They keep us on the edge of our seats with this series and drawing us in to crave more. Llewellyn and Manly have not only done that but gone the extra mile. This section in the series goes above and beyond riveting and leaves you wanting even more.
Stride and Zero are still in a seemingly never ending battle to get away from the Vampire Queen when Zero's old human lover returns. Stride believes him to be a conjuring from his mother but Zero doesn't think so, not this time. Daken tells his tale of what happened after the crash and Stride still doesn't believe him. Stride seems irritated that Zero doesn't take his word for granted and that he is choosing Daken over him.
Zero is torn by his feelings between the two, what is he to do about both of them? The vampire queen doesn't let up on her torment of them and throws them for a loop they won't soon forget.
When an old lover returns from the dead, is he real or is this more malevolent magic from the Vampire Queen of Planet X?
Stride and Zero battle nonstop evil forces in various guises, whilst struggling with their growing feelings and dependency on one another. Both vampires are shocked when Zero’s dead human lover, Daken, turns up claiming he never died and that he was saved by blood on the ground after Zero left him. Stride doesn’t believe him.
Zero however, tormented by feelings of guilt, remorse and also fondness for the former commander of his starship fleet, wants to believe the man is real and is happy to see him again. He wants to give Daken a chance but Stride is infuriated. Could he possibly be jealous? The strange planet on which they are stranded suddenly morphs, transporting the vampires and Daken into yet another unusual odyssey, plunging them into a new and potentially deadly adventure on the eve of a legendary natural catastrophe.
Reader Advisory: This book is part of an ongoing serial series, best read in order as it continues.