Vampire Christian Moore has spent his entire life, both human and immortal, fighting for the respect of his peers. He has codes that he lives by. Strict moral codes; both in his personal life and his work. And he doesn’t break them. Ever. Until a witch’s curse forces him to spend his nights searching for females to seduce, or suffer the consequences. In a vain attempt to ease the agony of fighting the needs of his flesh, he finds himself far from home and at the carnal mercy of a woman with eyes like the midday sky and hair the colors of a summer sunset. His craving for her is all-consuming, and watching her dance makes his blood burn like acid in his veins. But he can’t not watch her.
When she was fifteen, Ryan Moss lost her mind. Or at least that’s what the voices in her head want her to believe. Afraid of being locked up for life, she runs from her home and the ones that she loves. A year later, on the streets of Tijuana, she finds something that makes the voices go away. And to get it, she’s ashamed to admit, she’ll do just about anything. Scraped off the street by the shady owners of an adult club, Ryan is forced to strip for a man she can’t see or hear. But she can sense his raging need for her even through the haze of her high, and her body responds with a hunger all its own. To be with him, she must chance the one thing she fears losing the most: Her sanity.
Her blood calls to him, and although he’s determined to resist her, Christian’s body betrays him. He must make a choice, and he’d better make the correct one. For unbeknownst to him, both of their lives depend on it.