Payne, twin sister of Vishous, is cut from the same dark, warrior cloth as her brother: A fighter by nature, and a maverick when it comes to the traditional role of Chosen females, there is no place for her on the Far Side… and no role for her on the front lines of the war, either.
When she suffers a paralyzing injury, human surgeon Dr. Manuel Manello is called in to treat her as only he can- and he soon gets sucked into her dangerous, secret world. Although he never before believed in things that go bump in the night- like vampires- he finds himself more than willing to be seduced by the powerful female who marks both his body and his soul.
As the two find so much more than an erotic connection, the human and vampire worlds collide … just as a centuries old score catches up with Payne and puts both her love and her life in deadly jeopardy.
Lover Unleashed is begins when Payne is hurt after fighting with Wrath. Now she's waiting on Jane to find the human surgeon Dr. Manuel Manello to help them fix Payne. When he gets there he does the best he can to help Payne. But what no one realizes is that just him BEING there helps her...
While all of this happens with Payne, and Manny. Vishous is having some problems. He doesn't know how to control how he feels. Things with Jane aren't good, and now with Payne it just makes it worse. Not only that we see another force of vampires set out to try and take over being king. With all of this going on in this book there's a whole lot of drama, and action.
I really loved Manny, and Payne together. They were awesome. He's the perfect doctor, and she's the perfect fighter, if you think about it almost like V, and Jane... Must be a twin thing.
I really enjoyed reading this one, except for the first half with Vishous. I thought he was acting like a selfish prick. Seriously all of that stuff with Butch is getting on my last nerve. I hated to see that stuff, then it was like V didn't even think about anyone else but himself. But in the end he redeemed himself for it for the most part. Not only that we learn a few interesting things about Manny as well. I am interested to see how the rest of this series turns out.