Blood and Gold by: Anais Morgan
This story was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review by the author.
This is the second in the series. I am normally not a fan of vampire stories. I don’t like all the blood and gore. I was intrigued by the first one and the idea of having a blood slave and so I ventured on into reading the second.
Mary Scott has lived at the convent for many years when she is kidnapped. The peculiar thing is that the nuns are acting like they know the people that have come to get her, they are encouraging her not to fight but just to go with them willingly.
“Mary, you were brought here for a purpose, and now you must fulfill it.”
She is to become the blood slave for the brothers Solomon and Cain. Deacon as we recall is still with Betty. She has been found by “The Order” this is a group whose job it is to find blood slave and therefore keep the vampires sated and happy and thus not feeding on random humans.
It is a hard life for Mary and she finds herself near death a few times as Cain overeats and almost drains her. She is allowed to wonder the building but soon finds out that there really is not chance of escape. When Solomon discovers that she is a virgin, from then on he refers to as “Virgin” He plays with her sexually, just enough for her to realize what she is missing and want more from him.
Unfortunately Deacon is the head of the house and he does not really appreciate Mary and the feelings that Solomon is having for her. It because really heated one day as he is physically hurting her, throwing her across the room, choking her and the only way to get him to stop is for Solomon to “claim” her. Now no other vampire can have her except him. He is protecting her. He is falling for her, But is this the life that she wants? She still yearns to be free? What will the future hold for Mary? For Solomon? and for Cain? the younger brother who is very rough on all his slaves? Read this story to find out.