When Atlantis sank, it took with it a prison holding the worst monsters the earth had ever seen, and it needed something more powerful to guard them. Vampires. A race of humans, Descendants of Atlantis, once held captive by a stone that took their will and made them happy blood slaves, had gained their freedom from the Vampires of Atlantis, but the Descendants never stopped fearing the blood-suckers who had once enslaved them.
When an unspeakable monster escapes its Atlantean prison, it’s Ian’s job to track it above the waterline and bring it back.
Ian’s quest is derailed by the woman he finds seconds from death. Can he convince her to help him save the Descendants of Atlantis from a vampire and his monster minion?
Will she turn against him when she finds out what he is, what she is, and what he’s willing to sacrifice for the greater good?
After a hundred years as a lone wolf, can she find a place in a new pack?
Lilly is the daughter of an alpha, a rare female werewolf and destined for greatness.
At least she had been, a hundred years ago. Now she's a captured pet, a dusty tool living in a cage belonging to a society of men who once hunted vampires.
It's been so long since she'd breathed fresh air, she's not sure she remembers what it smells like. She doesn't know if she's the last werewolf, doesn't know if vampires have died out. But she does know that most days, she wishes for death.
Tray gave up on family a long time ago. Now he just tries to protect the weak and prove that not all werewolves are monsters. When he sees Lilly, everything shifts, everything he is, now belongs to her.
Sorcha is a descendant of the Atlantean people, a race of humans who were once the blood slaves of the vampires of Atlantis. She grew up knowing that the vampires were enemies, the werewolves were beasts, and the witches were their friends. When she starts to question the situation her clan has been put into with the witches, a vampire who haunts her erotic dreams comes to the rescue. Samson didn't grow up in Atlantis and didn't choose to become a vampire. He hates what he has to do to survive, and can't imagine ever deserving love. When he finds a Descendant of Atlantis near death and nurses her back to health, he expects her to run at the first opportunity. When she offers him her willing body, he knows he would do anything to keep her, and that means hiding his monstrous side. But you can't love someone if you're hiding part of yourself. One look at Samson and Sorcha knows she erased him from her memory on purpose, but why? What could he have done to make her risk such a dangerous spell? With battle on the horizon and Descendants in trouble, will Sorcha's memories be the end of any chance at Samson's happiness, or will it lead to a new understanding of what these monsters really are?