She’ll fight them to the end…
…Or die trying.
With enemies closing in on her, Bailey Ross has nowhere to run–except into the arms of a sexy stranger, who promises to keep her safe.
But the irresistible and mysterious vampire, Erick Thorson might be a little more than she bargained for. As they begin to grow closer and their chemistry ignites, they realize that their lives are more in jeopardy than ever before. Can Erick live up to his promise of sanctuary in a world of danger and doom?
This was a good first book to the series – Sanctuary, Texas.
Bailey is on the run from her abusive Ex. While running from the last mess, she stumbles upon Erick, a vampire. He assures her that he will protect her and keep her safe, even offers up a place for her to stay at the end of the journey- which she agrees too. A prophecy indicates that she is where she needs to be and that she too is a Protector. Which can’t be right, because she isn’t a vampire. How different her life could be in Sanctuary if only her ex would go away. Yet, Bailey knows she can’t stay long for fear of putting all these people in harm’s way. Her only option is to leave before her ex finds her. But what about Erick? She’s grown very close to him. To protect him, she needs to go.
Erick has been looking for Bailey. She is key to their survival. She can help protect them, if only she was a vampire like him. But he will not force her. He will not even force her to talk about her past until she is ready too. Yet, he is drawn to her. He is consumed by her. Bailey is everything he has ever dreamed off. She is his equal in so many ways. Yet he can not bring himself to turn her unless she agrees to it. Can this work out with Bailey? Can they help Sanctuary? When push comes to shove, will Erick be able to save Bailey?
This is a quick read, that puts you right in the heart of what is going on. You meet an entire cast of amazing beings that help build the story. I felt heartache, pain, suffering, love, respect, loyalty, I felt it all in this book!! I do love my paranormal reads and things that go bump in the night. This book reminded me of how good those books can be.