Still reeling from the loss of Shane and with their twins due any day, Gwen is willing to ally with any force needed to put her family enemies in the ground, before they can touch her children. The strength of her vampire keepers is no use when Fannie and Lewis remain in the between, waiting to strike, and Dmitry seems resistant to helping as he is distracted with royal affairs that have him rattled.
As the web unravels, Gwen has to face that Lewis is not the only one who betrayed her. The list of creatures she needs to deal with in her quest to avenge Shane and save her children, as well as the monsters in her corner, grows in unexpected ways. Again, she must draw on strength beyond anything she anticipated, while hoping the means to her vengeance doesn’t put an end to her light.
LUCRETIA STANHOPE is the author of a lot of things, about a lot of things, hopefully fascinating to read things. She lives in a small town in Kansas. It’s the kind of town you are afraid to be stranded in after dark, in case the creepy locals are actually vampires or satanic corn deity worshipers. Yes, there are cornfields all around the town. Seriously, that part is true. There is also a not so used rail station, really! And tons of creepy empty brick buildings, which would be moody fodder, if she would leave the house. Her hobbies include making creative excuses not to leave the house, ever, not even to shop. That is what the internet and mail service is for. She also likes to crochet, and by likes, I mean she has a room devoted solely to yarn, and a bum shoulder that is referred to as her ‘crochet injury of 2014.’ Occasionally, pulling her from writing, or talking to her imaginary friends, it’s all the same, are four rescue mutts, and a very fat gray cat that thinks he is a dog. He’s big enough to be a dog but more demanding, and he meow’s more than the other dogs. Her husband has figured out it is best just to let her write, which is why they are still married, and he hasn’t been offered to corn deities or the creepy neighbors.