As a young vampire, Ford had experienced more than those much older than him. The love of his life left him. He fell for his best friend. People he considered friends were killed. Blood was on his hands.
Through it all, he never forgot his first love. The one who stole his heart then shattered it when he least expected.
When Sienna left Ford and mated with another, she thought she’d found her companion for eternity. Except, her life didn’t play out that way. Her mate was killed, leaving Sienna a shell of the shifter she once was.
Ford wanted Sienna back, but the choice had to be hers. Then her life was in danger, and his plans changed in an instant. All that mattered was keeping her safe.
Reaching a crossroad, they were helpless to fate’s plan. Ford was left standing before Sienna, wearing his heart on his sleeve, waiting to see what she’d do next.
I had a hard time getting into the book, but once I did, it was enjoyable.
Sienna and Ford are fighting a losing battle. The battle of Love.
Sienna feels guilty over losing her mate, Eli and possibly having another mate, Ford. It doesn’t seem fair to her. Yet, when Ford needs her Sienna is there for him, take care of him, protecting him, and loving him. Is it all too late when she realizes how much she does love him? She can’t let go of the past to step forward into the future. Is she ready to embrace her future? Or will the ghosts of her past keep dragging her under?
Ford’s life is hollow without Sienna. He’s alive, but not feeling. He’s a walking vampire, with no desire for life. He feeds because he has too. He lives because his brother Sol won’t leave him the hell alone. Ford is just existing. When she steps back into his life, is Ford ready? Is Ford willing to take the scraps Sienna is willing to offer or would it turn into something better?
This book tore at my heart. I felt terrible for Ford and what he was dealing with. As for Sienna, I was annoyed with her because of her back and forth. Her feelings are obvious, but she doesn’t trust herself and lets the influence of others override her choices. Some parts I felt like were a repeat of what Sienna had just gone over, it got redundant. Otherwise, I did enjoy the store, the characters, and the writing. I will continue on with this series.