A rumor has persisted in the vampire world of a dark slayer — a woman — who travels with a wolf pack and who destroys any vampire who crosses her path. Mysterious, elusive and seemingly impossible to kill, she is the one hunter who strikes terror into the hearts of the undead.
She is Ivory Malinov. Her only brethren, the wolves. Long ago betrayed by her people, abandoned by her family, and cast out by everyone she held dear, Ivory has lived centuries without companionship or love. She has sustained her sanity by preparing for one purpose — to destroy her greatest enemy. Until the night she picks up the scent of a man, her unexpected salvation. Her lifemate. The curse of all Carpathian women. (from Goodreads)
He is Razvan. Branded a criminal, detested and feared, he is a dragonseeker borne of one of the greatest Carpathian lineages, only to be raised as its most despised — and captive — enemy. Fleeing from his lifetime of imprisonment, Razvan now seeks the dawn to end his terrible existence. Instead he has found his deliverance in the Dark Slayer.
In spirit, in flesh and blood, in love, and in war, Ivory and Razvan are made for each other.
For as long as they dare to live.
This was actually a re-read for me, although I did not remember reading this book until I got into it. I have been reading this series for several years and with the exception of one title, I have loved them all.
This book explains so many things that have been alluded to in earlier books. Characters that have always been the bad guys may not be after all. Others are even worse that I realized.
I want to dive right into the next book, but she is weaving her Jaguar series into this one, so I am re-reading those next. I have to keep everything straight in my mind.