Book 3 in the Blood Slaves series.
Vance is determined to discover the secrets hidden in The Catacombs, an exclusive all-male fetish club. Someone there was the last person to see his ex-lover alive and he intends to seek revenge for the brutal murder. Once in, he meets Tac, the owner of the club. He’s secretive and hot as hell. The BDSM sex is unlike anything Vance has experienced. Tac is becoming an obsession and keeping him from the truth.
Nothing can endanger the vampires’ existence. Theron, known in the club as Tac, will destroy any who try. He is dominant and dangerous—in total control of his world. He lives only for sex and blood. He has never been emotionally involved with anyone. Now, a human has slipped into his life and under his skin, making him want more than meaningless sex with blood slaves. But Theron will never allow a mere mortal to bring him to his knees.
Note: This book contains scenes of smoking-hot men engaged in multiple-partner sex and bondage.
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Dark Man, third in the Blood Slaves series, brings the reader back to Theron and his world with a very human bang. Vance is a human on a mission; he's trying to find the man who killed his friend. To do that he believes the best path is to get close to Tac (Theron) at the club where his friend spent so much time. Tac draws Vance to him like a bee to honey. Vance is unaware of the world right there in front of him but he has a surprising amount of strength. He and Tac complement each other, in looks as well as thought. Vance is no doormat and Tac is not used to having the feelings he had for Vance. Unfortunately, even the most powerful are weak and Theron is no exception. When he is confronted by someone from his past will he be able to protect the one thing he has come most to love?
I was fascinated with Theron in the first novel and this has so far carried through the series so I was eagerly awaiting his potential HEA. This one has more external conflict than the first and Theron comes off much more appealing here. Vance was confusing at times; it was hard to reconcile the man who wanted to belong to Theron with this powerful strong man who wanted to tame him all in the same book. Still the combo works and even I was surprised toward the end with what happened as I didn't expect Theron to allow what happened to happen. This vampire is not a caricature; he is layered and deep and more than what could be considered the sum of his parts. I liked that he was not apologetic because you just know he could not be. Great characters with a very good story, make this one worth recommending!
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