Working through their relationship has
been rough anyway, but now Shade and Diamond have another
problem. A man from Shade’s past is making his presence know
by leaving a trail of death. What’s odd is the killer
appears to be another Destroyer.
Diamond and Shade are hot as ever in
sex and their escapades in Diamond in the Shade 2.
Just as they seem to have settled into a routine and things
are going fairly well for them in life and their growing
relationship, all hell breaks loose in their city. Groomed
from youth, Diamond was a trained vampire killer, a
Destroyer. It was his sole purpose in life till he met and
fell in love with Shade, a vampire. Now there’s someone from
Shade’s past trying to get Shade’s attention. Diamond is
jealous and doesn’t like it at all. It’s a struggle, but
they manage to overcome all and stand as a united front in
the face-off and come away with an even stronger bond of
love and trust. I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel for the
drama and the love that bloomed from someone who previously
didn’t allow himself the gift of emotion.