Forever is a long time. Even for a vampire.
Deep, Book 3
When Adin Tredeger discovers his lover Donte’s role in turning him into a vampire, he’s outraged. The opportunity to attend Ned Harwiche’s funeral is perfect for putting some distance between them, but as a newly turned vampire, he mustn’t go alone.
Cristobel Santos—one of Donte’s lifelong enemies—and an attractive Irish vampire named Sean offer to chaperone his trip. They are as determined to help him as he is to reject their aid.
While Adin fights his new reality he’s kidnapped by rogue hunters and used as a lab rat in some skin-searing experiments. Adin’s distress electrifies his connection to Donte, but rescue is only the beginning…
Warning: Hot vampires, spoiled teens, big cat shifters, and two men trying to figure out how to squeeze several lifetimes’ worth of love into every moment of their big, fat eternity. Ouch…
★★★★½ “The plot moves along quickly and all the various subplots fit neatly into the larger story. And the ending? As Shakespeare so concisely wrote in Hamlet: “Doubt thou the stars are fire, Doubt that the sun doth move, Doubt truth to be a liar, But never doubt I love.” You never question that Donte and Adin truly love one another, and the ending leaves no doubts. The Deep Series is a beautifully written trilogy and I would love to read more about Edward and Tuan, as well as Bran, and look in on Donte and Adin in future books!” — Gay Book Reviews
★★★★ “Its a story that’s got lots of surprises in, and some interesting plot lines and I do want to go back to books one and two sometime. I think this is the end of the series as its labelled a trilogy, but I’d be happy to read more from this world, maybe a side series about other characters? There’s such great potential here for more IMO.” — Jeannie Zelos Book Reviews
★★★★½ “If you are a fan of paranormal romance books this series should be at the top of your to be read list. If you have read the others in this series, this one also needs to be at the top of your to be read list!” — Love Bytes Reviews