Undying (Clare Point Series #2)

Undying (Clare Point Series #2)

by V. K. Forrest
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Undying (Clare Point Series #2) by V. K. Forrest

The Kahill vampire clan has lived among humans for hundreds of years in the peaceful village of Clare Point. In Undying, V.K. Forrest introduces readers to Arlan, a fierce clan member who must fight his desire for a love most forbidden. . .

Undying

As part of the Kahill clan's special operations "kill team," Arlan is devoted to ridding the world of its most depraved human members. He's been asked by fellow clan member and FBI Agent Fia Kahill to assist in one of her investigations: the notorious Buried Alive Killer case. When Arlan meets with one of Fia's key informants, Macy Smith, he's completely unprepared for his response to the young woman. Achingly beautiful, Macy is everything Arlan wants in a woman—and the attraction is mutual. Although Arlan vowed he would never again fall in love with a human, he surrenders to his overpowering desire for Macy. . .

But Macy is a drifter with a past far darker than even Arlan can imagine. And when the Buried Alive Killer strikes again, he learns that she has a deep connection to the case—one that will put her in the crosshairs of the killer if Arlan can't find a way to protect her. . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780758217172
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 12/01/2008
Series: Clare Point Series , #2
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

V.K. Forrest lives with her family in Seaford, Delaware. Undying is the second book in her Clare Point series.

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Undying (Clare Point Series #2) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
LITERALADDICTION_MLO More than 1 year ago
ANOTHER AMAZING INSTALLMENT! Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson: V.K Forrest continues the tale of the Kahill vampires, a Celtic sect of immortals cursed by God to be reborn lifetime after lifetime until they get it right. In book #1, we meet Arlan. Arlan is a Kahill vampire with the unique ability to shapeshift. He's also been in love with Fia Kahill, the heroine of Eternal, for centuries. When a serial killer continues his rampage across the U.S, Fia finds herself investigating the murders and enlisting Arlan's help. As members of the sect's Council, Fia and Arlan have a responsibility to keep the humans safe from monsters like this Buried Alive Killer, and so they are just as invested (if not more so) than the human authorities. Fia is also receiving help from an anonymous caller who has ties to the serial killer. Macy finds herself caught up in the disturbing life and activities of the psycho, and after seeing Fia on TV during the Clare Point murders the year before (the storyline of Eternal, book #1) she immediately feels a connection to her and knows that she can help. During the course of the mystery Arlan and Macy meet and sparks fly. Arlan knows that he's not supposed to be with a human female, but he can't deny the attraction he feels for Macy and Macy is a progressive woman - she knows what she wants and she's not afraid to ask for it. The action packed storyline of Undying was even better than Eternal. A nail-biting, gasp inducing thrill ride. It was dark, disturbing, and beautifully written. One thing I will say for V.K's books... they don't follow rules and they don't have expected happy endings. If you're looking for a series with 'guy meets girl, couple falls in love, everyone lives happily ever after' then these might not be right for you. :) LITERAL ADDICTION gives Undying 4 1/2 Skulls. I absolutely love this series - it's the best mesh of each of my favorite sub-genres and nothing like anything I've read before.
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I think this is a superior vampire series, combining suspense with paranormal. The story moves fast and the mystery is intriging. Most of all, I loved the overall story of the Kahall Clan. These are vampires I can believe in. I read tons of paranormal novels and this one is great. I can't wait for the next book.
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I read this book in one sitting hoping it got better, but I ended up returning the book. The story line was ok except Macy was basically a bed jumper. Arlan was indecisive. And Fia comes off as a person that just causes more problems than solving them. Definitely could have been better.
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They worshipped the pagan gods and when St. Patrick came to their shore to convert them, they fought him. As a punishment, God turned the Kahill Sept into vampires most of them were destroyed by slayers. The survivors fled to the New World and worshipped the One God, praying for redemption. They seek out and execute evil predators those the police cannot catch. --- Teddy, a vicious killer who murders entire families by burying them together alive, is stalking Macy. He has even contacted her via I.M. Macy meets Arlen Cahill and they have sex. She is drawn to Clare Point, Delaware where the Kahill Sept lives. Macy has given information on the killer stalking her to FBI Agent Fia, who is part of the Sept. What she sees at the Cahill compound seems surreal, but erased from her memory by a blood bite. However even with Arlan watching over her Teddy finds her. Knowing she is in danger, Arlan with the help of a teenage psychic tries to save Macy. --- This paranormal mystery is an enthralling work. The Kahills/Cahills are good people seeking to redeem themselves from their one blasphemous error centuries ago. They are the key that makes this thriller spellbinding as the UNDYING vampires seem genuine. Although psychopathic serial killers are an overdone predator, the stalking of Macy also appears real as her fears and desires come across as plausible. V.K. Forrest provides a fascinating spin to the vampiric mythos. --- Harriet Klausner