Author: K.P. Ambroziak (Author page)
Publisher: Self-published, June 2014
Note: I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Vincent du Maurier lives in a terrible world for both humans and vampires: a world overrun with a zombie plague. For humans, escaping the zombies is nearly impossible. For vampires, eating the zombies isn’t an option. Thus, as the humans die off or transform, the vampires are running out of food. To Vincent, as a vampire elder (just how “elder” you learn later in the book), protecting his vampire clan is most important. We meet him as he is capturing humans to feed to his dwindling brethren.
He brings two humans back to the cathedral where the handful of vampires are hiding, including his mate, Byron. Byron, though, is dying. He leaves Vincent with a death-bed command: protect the young female human whom he has brought to the cathedral. And protect her unborn child.
According to Byron, they are the only chance humans—and therefore vampires—have of survival.