While the books can be read as stand-alone stories, you will enjoy them more if you read them in order.
Gregor Stone is a full-blood Gargoyle and the Warden at the New Atlanta Penitentiary. He spends his days running the prison and his nights looking for Unholy. With the recent discovery that Gargoyles can mate with humans, there is new hope for his kind. Gregor has found his mate, but there's one problem: she hates him. He believes his happily ever after is still just a fairy tale.
Tessa Blackmore is Trouble with a capital T and has been since she was a baby. Tessa is a half-blood. Her father is a Gargoyle and her mother is human. The half-bloods have hidden themselves from the Gargoyles for centuries. Now that Tessa has found her mate in a full-blood, will she continue to hide, or will she give in to the pull of the mate bond?
Tessa is running from her past and the madman hell bent on catching her. As he and his army close in, Tessa is forced to turn to the one man she has tried to avoid for years: her mate.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
If Rafael didn’t get me completely hooked on gargoyle shifters, then Gregor definitely did the trick! A great second installment to the series. The story picks up with Gregor, the Warden at the prison for humans and Unholy, and his mate, Tessa. Tessa is a feisty alpha-female with huge responsibilities for the care of her family. She doesn’t make life easy for Gregor, but she is worth the challenge! While Rafael sets up the series wonderfully, Gregor propels the story arc forward with action, comedy, love and intent (and steamy scenes!). I am eagerly awaiting the third book!
Loved it. Cant wait for the next one.
I loved this book. Much like book 1, I couldn’t put it down. Faith created such an amazing world in book 1 and continued in book 2. This told more of Tessa and Gregor, giving us more insight into these two characters that are beyond perfect for each other. While things were revealed and more trouble seemed to brew, I still found myself heartbroken at the proper times and rooting for these two characters to work it out. The poem at the very end was beautiful