Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Review: Rulers of Darkness Box Set

Xtreme Delusions gave 4 of 5 Stars to the Rulers of Darkness Box Set (Books 1,2,&3)
Xtreme Delusions

Just as good the second time around

"The Rulers of Darkness series is built on the premise that there are four species on earth: humans, shifters, witches and vampires. The first two books in the series include humans, vampires and witches. Shifters aren’t really introduced until Caressed by a Crimson Moon. All three are based upon the history of the vampires, the curse their leaders live under and the prophesied end to the curse. Thousands of years ago the original vampires got out of hand with their blood thirsty laying waste of humans. The witches took it upon themselves to curse the vampire leadership. The original vampires are all gone and every vampire that takes on the leadership of one of the four clans is slowly driven crazy. Their only hope is to find their mate and prophesy says that only the one true king of each clan will find their mate. Typical of any predator species, the vampires are volatile and the infighting and politics can become rather cutthroat. You have your backstabbing usurpers and treachery abounds. And that’s in house let alone the challenge of dealing with the witches that hunt them. The series starts when Dorian Vlakhos’s clan comes under attack from the Red Order of hunters." - Read the entire review at Xtreme Delusions

Passion can be lethal...

Caressed by Moonlight
Dorian Vlakhos is no ordinary aristocrat. He is a vampire king, who will do anything to save his clan from complete annihilation, before an ancient curse can claim his immortal life.
Penniless and orphaned, Victoria Kingston has nothing to bring to a marriage, yet she must shackle an unsuspecting gentleman into marriage by the end of the month or forfeit her rights as guardian of her younger sister. With the help of her dearest friend, Victoria begins her hunt, and vows to stay far away from the dark, mysterious, Dorian Vlakhos.
After meeting the beautifully innocent Miss Kingston, Dorian had to have her. He would do absolutely anything to make Victoria his. One sweet stolen kiss would bring them together while a force, more powerful than any vampire, would bind them for all eternity, but treachery, war, and death rule Dorian's dark world and Victoria would be fortunate to survive.

Caressed by Night
Dimitri Arsov, the last remaining pure vampire, was thought to be dead for the past four hundred years. Now, he is back and has a score to settle with the traitor that had tried to kill him centuries ago. But as he waits for his prey to blindly step into his carefully laid trap, his overwhelming hunger for blood is triggered when he saves a beautiful art historian.
Kerstyn Ingmar's life was normal and straight up boring until the night she is rescued by the dangerously sexy, powerfully mesmerizing, Dimitri. Unable to resist his diamond blue eyes and intense kisses, she is drawn into his world of darkness and closer to her impending doom.
While their desire consumes them, Dimitri is haunted by images of a bloody and deadly future. As his enemies draw near, he must find a way to save his mate from her destiny before fate destroys them both.

Caressed by a Crimson Moon

Consumed by madness and tormented by dark memories of blood and death, Hadrian Lucretius, King of the Validus Clan, has returned after living in self-imposed exile for nearly three hundred and fifty years.

To maintain peace with the vampires, Eva Maldonado is offered as a sacrifice to the crazed vampire king by her father, the alpha of the Silveria Shifter Pack. Hadrian's reputation is both legendary and lethal; he is ruthless, bloodthirsty, lusty, and soulless. When Eva arrives at the ancient fortress high in the Carpathian Mountains, she is shocked to find a ravaged man with dark burning eyes filled with loneliness and dangerous desire.
Would she be his lover...or his prey? His savior...or his victim? Would Hadrian lure her into madness or would their perilous passion be their redemption?

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