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  • Posted August 10, 2010

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    There are storm clouds building over lover's paradise. Lucien cares for Peter so deeply that he has become too over protective, and Peter desperately wants Lucien to turn him. It's the same usual human vampire romance story. Peter wants to be with Lucien forever and be forever young as Lucien is. Rightfully, Lucien is too scared to bring Peter over, because it doesn't always go as it should or would be expected. Lucien would rather love Peter until his mortal life ends, rather than risk losing him now.
    Peter says to Lucien, "The Master who leads his coven by his cock. The over protective Master who will punish his own vampires for an angry, or even lustful glance in his companion's direction. The Master who promises one thing, but never really means it."
    Soul mates now seem to be strangers to each other. The mental link between them is gone. Lucien cannot read the thoughts in Peter's mind, and Peter isn't able to allow Lucien into his mind, no matter how hard he tries.
    When Peter is attacked by Nikolas in wolf form, Peter begins to go through the physical pain of the change continuously without actually shifting. (I would beg for death too.) No one understands what is happening to Peter, and they doctor him the best they can. How will the werewolf infection interact to Peter's existing vampire and incubus insatiable compulsions?
    Nikolas smells something on Peter that he can't describe, and apparently it has always been there. It's a part of him and not something or someone he has been with.
    Because of Lucien and Peter not agreeing on how to handle the whole Nikolas attacked Peter situation, Lucien is feeling hurt and orders for Nikolas' death, but Peter is finally able to get Lucien to resend his kill order and goes after Nikolas himself. Peter does seem to frack everything that comes across his path. Will that include angels and demons?
    Peter is still suffering from unpredictable shifts. He can't eat. He isn't able to keep the food down. Even the smell of food makes him sick to his stomach.
    The storm clouds build even more when Logan, another Master vampire wanders into the Den, and Lucien is missing. He left Peter a short note stating that he was called away on Council business. The coven is torn down the middle, vampire against werewolf. This is the first time that Peter must be the coven master in Lucien's absence, and the vampires and werewolves don't respect Peter. They see Peter as Lucien's companion, regardless of the bonding ceremony performed in the coven's audience.
    The question of who should be the pack leader is brought up. Caleb shows were his true loyalties lie while running from the coven Master. Also, Nikolas is an alpha more than capable of being the pack leader. Who will Nikolas finally allow to be his alpha, Lucien or Peter?
    Will Lucien and Peter's relationship be forced to continue without their link, or will their link be re-established? Only finding the truth behind the deceptions will prove it possible, or not.

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