***Review From Nerd Girl Amber***
**Given a copy book from the author in exchange for an honest review**
The second book picks up where the first left off. It continues with the story of Tack Enterprises and the newly bonded “family” after a horrific ordeal following the attack on the facility that left several members fatally injured. Harrow has taken over after Pritchard Tack’s death. He has Jordan at his side, and Tack’s daughter Allison is like a sister to him. The infected are still in danger and it is Tor’s task to protect Allison. Tor finds himself developing feelings for the beautiful vampire, but will his past keep them apart?
To say Lorenz Font wrote yet ANOTHER amazing page turner would be an understatement. This author truly knows how to grasp the audience attention and keep it. The author created her own unique version and storyline. She brings a whole new look to the table in this genre. It had me on the edge of my seat. I could HONESTLY not put this book down! Definitely a page turner as was the first. This world she creates is a spell binding world. The more you read, the more you get sucked into this fantasy of how life is for these characters. The characters alone are strong, unique and relatable. I loved the book and the author did NOT disappoint at all. I hope you keep writing because you are very talented and I look forward to reading more of your work!
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