Layel, King of Vampires, has waged a relentless campaign against the dragons ever since a rogue horde killed his beloved mate two centuries ago. He exists for vengeance alone. The eradication of the dragon species is all he desires. That is until he meets Delilah, an Amazon warrioress. Soon an all-consuming desire takes hold of him, weakening his killing rage. Life in Atlantis is about to take an interesting turn because the gods have returned to them. In a deadly game of survival it is every man, woman and demon for themselves with the winner winning his, or her, life.
Delilah has been burnt by love before. She doesn’t trust it or any man claiming to feel it for her. However, Layel is different; he is a fierce warrior, beautiful and deadly to behold. She is unwittingly seduced by him but is wary of love. Everything she has been raised to believe struggles against her desire for Layel’s love and protection.
Gena Showalter takes us back to the mythical undersea world of Atlantis in The Vampire’s Bride. I have waited a long time for Layel’s story to be told and I was not disappointed. As fierce as these two warriors were in battle they were equally as fierce as mates. The passion between Layel and Delilah is powerful enough to raise Atlantis from the depths. Action aplenty is liberally seasoned with Gena’s trademark levity. Don’t miss out on this precious pearl.