Rogue: (Never Dream, Book 2)

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One werewolf can save us all, but only if the vampires can teach him how to be human.

The struggle for the book continues.

The original manuscript has been found. However, there's evidence that at least a partial copy of the book is out there. While the family of vampires that Arthur and Jennings fought in Salamanca has been all but destroyed, the fact remains that they were answering to someone, somewhere.

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Overview

One werewolf can save us all, but only if the vampires can teach him how to be human.

The struggle for the book continues.

The original manuscript has been found. However, there's evidence that at least a partial copy of the book is out there. While the family of vampires that Arthur and Jennings fought in Salamanca has been all but destroyed, the fact remains that they were answering to someone, somewhere.

Arthur relocates the book and himself to a quiet suburb of Philadelphia. It is here they will teach Iago--originally born a wolf without any idea of his true nature--how to be a human. As long as they can get the werewolf educated and keep his existence hidden, he will provide their single greatest advantage over those who would use the secrets in the Book to change the course of human history.

Terry returns home to Boston, with no memory of the events that took place in Salamanca. Jennings keeps close tabs on her, and when she's in a serious car accident, he must decide whether to Make her or let her die.

After a few years of training with Arthur and Jennings, Iago decides to go rogue, spending a few years among the humans he's learned to emulate. When Arthur calls, however, the choice is clear--because if Arthur loses this fight, humans will become nothing more than food for a new, powerful breed of vampires.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781450513906
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/30/2010
  • Pages: 222
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

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    The sequel to Never Dream is a super urban fantasy

    In the struggle between vampire groups over the ancient Book, Arthur and his team defeated their enemy and now possess the original manuscript (see Never Dream). However, he knows the real adversary who would turn human into cattle remains unknown as his side defeated foot soldiers.

    Arthur and several allies take the arcane tome to Philadelphia where they nurture Iago the werewolf on his human side having been born and raised wolf. The vampire believes his student is the greatest weapon his team possesses to keep the Book from those who want to deploy it. Their human ally in the fight in Salamanca Terry has returned to her home in Boston unaware of the dangerous events she participated in and equally incognizant that Jennings the vampire watches her.

    After a few years of training, Iago leaves to live with the humans. When Terry is hurt in a car accident, Jennings must choose between letting her die and converting her at the same time Arthur calls Iago home as the enemy vampires begin their assault.

    The sequel to Never Dream is a super urban fantasy that can stand alone, but enhanced by reading the first thriller in order to know how far the prime players have come. The story line is action-packed as expected with vamps at war and a Rogue lone werewolf, but it is the details of instructing kick butt Iago on little things like getting dressed that makes the tale excellent; as he learns A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie(And Other Lessons for Succeeding in Life by Antwone Fisher). Charles Scott Adams provides fabulous thriller due to his cast of ferocious vamps and a werewolf with moral fortitude.

    Harriet Klausner

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