Dead and Damaged Synopsis:
Book Two of The Endangered Series picks up with Lori attempting to track down the source of stealth technology rogue vampires are using to hunt humans. Her pursuit leads her into the arms of a government agency with similar objectives. A temporary alliance is formed in an effort to stop the corporation responsible for putting the technology in malignant hands. Their mission goes awry, however, and leaves Lori with more enemies than friends.
Her situation worsens when Marcus learns that the corporation has also been working with vampires to develop daylight suits and synthetic blood. He convinces his clan that this organization and its infinite resources will be a valuable asset in the evolution of their kind. They begin questioning Lori’s motives and Marcus takes the opportunity to capitalize on their distrust. Consequently, Lori soon finds herself on the run from her former clan and turns to Vega for help exposing the truth behind Marcus and his new deceitful allies.
What Reviewers are Saying:
“Second book in The Endangered Trilogy does not disappoint!”
“Excellent twist on vampires.”
“It’s got action, intrigue, secrets, and all the great things that make for a good story…I loved it because it’s exactly the kind of story I’d write.”
“All the characteristics of a page-turner: interesting, exciting, suspenseful.”
“I was swept up in the story and intrigued by the psychology of the characters: strengths and vulnerabilities. Needless to say, I am so ready for her next book!”
“A whirlwind of a book.”
“Lori, her loyal friend Quinn and even Lori’s brilliant and manipulative antagonist, Brixton, are well drawn, something which is sorely lacking in books today, especially in this genre. I highly recommend reading The Endangered first, which will put Dead and Damaged in better context. You will not be able to put them down and like me, will be eagerly awaiting the next installment.”
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Author Note: While the main storyline of Book 2 is self-contained, it essentially picks up where The Endangered (Book 1) left off and contains references to and characters from the first story. Which you can find here.
Need a refresher? Read the Epilogue from Book 1.