"Four all-new stories of forbidden passion and dark desire.
You never forget your first blood...Susan Sizemore returns to the universe of her Laws of the Blood novels with a sizzling story of the relationship between a vampire enforcer and a werewolf.
Erin McCarthy’s Sasha Checkikov flees the bright lights and dangerous slayers of Vegas for New Orleans, where she is saved by a vampire haunted by his past—and hungry for passion.
Set in the Vampire Babylon world, Chris Marie Green’s story puts the bond between twin female vampires to the test when one of them falls for her prey.
Meljean Brook’s vampire Annie Gallagher needs help to save a young human girl, but she doesn’t expect the help to come from the FBI agent she loved—and had to give up— when she was transformed."
The first story is about the origins of Hellhounds. Two puppies are missing, both are being trained, one by a demon that superimposed itself on a cloak of magic in order to wreak havoc on humankind and vampires as well..... The vampire who is responsible for all Hellhounds is teamed w/ the werewolf daughter of the Werewolf who birthed the original Hellhounds.
The second story is about a slayer, turned vampire and held captive & tortured by another vampire who intends to turn her over to those she "betrayed". The slayer/vampire is saved by a Vampire who is bent on "doing good" for the damsel in distress.....
The third story is about vampire twin sisters involved with a murder. The murdered man's brother comes to seek justice & the truth of the crime. He falls in love with one of the twins....
The last story is about a vampire who is intent on saving the human child of a vampire couple who have been slaughtered along with a few hundred other vampires. As she goes out to feed, she follows a man home.... only to find out he is the man she left behind when she was turned....
I liked all the stories and I'm glad they did not evolve to full length books, or they'd have become tedious. The last story in & of itself was a bit tedious.... not really getting into the main point of the story. There was too much of the whys of the main character hiding her turning from the man she truly loved.
These are satisfying, erotic, (for the most part) well written stories.”