Five years ago, vampire Ryder Latimer stepped into the path of a bullet meant for FBI Agent Diana Reyes, at once saving her life and condemning her to death when his blood contaminates her open wounds. Now only an experimental treatment, transfusions, and allowing Ryder to sink his teeth into her when they make love keep her alive.
Born to Survive…
Ryder has always known that no matter what they try, Diana can’t possibly survive what contact with his blood did to her. The reality for him is that no matter how much he loves her, he will lose her if he doesn’t turn her—a choice Diana may have put off for too long.
Born to Serve…
Even as her health continues to deteriorate and they battle with that difficult decision, Diana tracks a serial killer targeting their vampire friends. It’s a dangerous job, but she was born to it and, with Ryder’s help, she’ll serve and protect until the day she dies—or until a miracle turns their world upside down.
The author had me immediately from the start with this book, she didn’t have too many details or too little. In my opinion, your given enough to understand what is going on and enjoy the book. She delivers awesome paranormal romances that keeps the readers involved and pulls you into the world of the novels. From what I can take with this book and also previous ones she has installed secret messages that reflects what happens in real life and how decisions you make can either have a good outcome or a negative outcome.
Ryder has always let himself been outside and lonely until he met Diana. Since he has met her he has started to take a more involved take with his own kind (vampires). He is the reason why she is still alive and yet he blames himself for the reasons on why she is become weaker and sick even though he continues to try and help.
Diana has to make a hard decision between life or death, but she is scared. Will her being afraid cause her to make a decision that could not only affect her decision but also those around that love her. She loves her job and will do anything to continue working as an FBI agent. But when vampires start dying the Vampire council requests Ryder to help to find this killer before someone close becomes the next target.
This can be considered a stand-alone and I would highly recommend this book to any paranormal readers. But I would also recommend you to go back and read the first book in this series, which is also a great novel. I will be waiting for the next one in the series to read! This is a must read!