Human women required. Must be enthusiastic about interactions with vampires. Must be willing to undergo a stringent medical exam. Must be prepared to sign a contractual agreement which would include a nondisclosure clause. Limited positions available…
Griffin intends to find his misunderstood, heartbroken friend a mate. He is sure that if Lance met the right female…if he found love…that he would be able to move on. To live again. Right now, the male is just going through the motions, a mere husk of his former self.
In a fit of insanity, a human female puts herself in danger trying to protect Griffin during a sparring session. As if. What chance does a human stand against a vampire? Sarah is courageous. Someone with honor and integrity. Not only that, she’s an absolute stunner. An angel. Perfect for his friend. Perfect for any male, for that matter.
Even though her gaze has never strayed from Lance since the start of The Program, he must first convince her that his friend is worth the effort. Then, he must convince Lance that, not only does he need a mate, but that Sarah is the female for him. Most importantly, Griffin needs to prevent himself from falling for Sarah whilst playing matchmaker.
This book can be read as a standalone but would be best enjoyed as a part of the series. No cliffhanger!
The story contains strong sexual themes/language and is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
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Great addition to the Program series
By B. McGrath on March 7, 2016
Another hit. I was going to stop after the first 2 books , but started to like the Lazarus who was portrayed more likeable as the book processed. Glad I went for it. Anxious for Lance’s story now that he more likable (humanized/vampirized). I can’t read books about characters I don’t connect with or like. You’ll love this one as all the others.
LOVE this series
By Amazon Customer on June 21, 2017
I am loving this series. I got so embedded into the lives of the characters from the start I just wanted to reach into the tale and shake some sense into them! So glad Griffin found his mate and can finally see a glimmer of hope for Lance.