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Series: Deep #2
Published by Samhain Publishing Genres: MM, Paranormal
Upset over a perceived lack of trust Dr. Adin Tredeger flees his vampire lover Donte Fedelta in Spain and heads to Paris. Convincing Donte that he’s perfectly capable of running his own life and keeping himself safe has been an ongoing headache for the professor.
Hearing the news that his nemesis Ned Harwiche III is in Paris must be some kind of nasty karma. Agreeing to a meeting on neutral ground seemed wise until strangers mistake Adin for Ned and kidnap him. The wild ride ends with Adin coming face to face with a teenage boy chained to a wall in a cellar.
The only option is to save Bran from his captors and from whatever Ned had planned for him. Adin can tell there is something special about the boy, something wholly unique.
As Adin begins to help the traumatized teenager Donte arrives in town. Aware that love has never been the problem Adin is weighed down by promises to Donte and to Bran. Promises however become complications when tragedy strikes them all.
Return to the dark world of the Deep series in Deep Deception. Nothing has been settled between the characters as the story begins. The stubborn human and the intractable vampire are perfectly matched lovers. Bran’s introduction in this second book offers excellent perplexing new frustrations. Since back story is somewhat scarce it takes a few pages to get fully immersed, but once there Deep Deception holds tightly to the reader until the end. Suspense, mystery, and a stunning love story, Deep Deception succeeds on all counts.