Sam has two passions, electronics and vampire hunting. So when her boss, Alex Deveraux, approaches her with a new job assignment she is both excited and apprehensive. The job itself is too good to turn down. It’s an opportunity to work on a challenging secret project that could catapult D-tech light years ahead of their competition. But there’s a catch. Alex will be sending her miles away from New York to a deserted old military fort. Sam knows she is being isolated on purpose. Her boss doesn't like Sam’s extracurricular activities. If she accepts the transfer, her vampire hunting days will be over, probably for months. After what those monsters did to her family, she’s not sure she can put that mission on hold for so long. On the flip side, if she refuses, she might lose her job.
Ty needs a break. Living with so many warriors is getting on his nerves. It’s impossible to get any work done with so much noise. His new game is behind schedule and his distributors are grumbling. When Dimitri approaches him with a new assignment, one that will take him outside New York to a secluded and blissfully quiet old Fort he jumps at the chance. Then he learns the catch, a human female will be joining him. He doesn't have time to babysit a human, especially one naive enough to think she can hunt vampires and survive. He just hopes she really does know electronics because if not, his perfect getaway is going to be short lived.
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I enjoyed this book very much. It's a continuation of Melanie P Smith's Warrior Series, and the struggle of the Fae people to survive. In this installment new characters are added, I particularly liked Samantha and her lethality with a bow and arrow. What she lacks in special powers she more than makes up for in skill and tenacity. The book is well written and has an easy flow, clear of annoying type-Os so prevalent in many e-books today. This is a good read. It won't disappoint.