What is supposed to be an enjoyable evening of sexual
pleasure for a half dozen or more demon hunters and one
horny, willing vampire turns into a massacre where only
Travis Stewart, Aiden Wise, and Volmere the vampire
survive. Although they defend themselves, there is little
they can do against a full grown demon and the gruesome
deaths prove it. For some inexplicable reason a second
demon comes to their aid, otherwise Travis, Aiden and
Volmere would be dead as well.
the midst of the carnage, Aiden and Travis are still coming
to terms with the death of their third partner, although
Aiden is willing to admit he feels something for Volmere.
Travis, on the other hand, isnít willing to admit to feeling
anything towards a vampire.
Members of the NCCSC or National Command Center for
Supernatural Control of which Travis and Aiden are a part of
arrive to grill the three about what happened and why they
were spared by the second demon. Itís vital to figure out
what exactly is going on before something else happens.
Ring of Fire boldly mixes eroticism, heart,
and a good mystery into an entertaining tale. Author Lee
Avalone ties up a loosely themed series on demon hunters and
their lovers in Ring of Fire. While there is
enough basic plot for this to be a standalone tale,
Ring of Fire seems more like a wrap up of the
characters who werenít matched up yet. Fans are certain to
enjoy hearing from characters in previous NCCSC stories, but
newcomers should pick an earlier book first. Ring of
Fire is an extremely explicit, action packed drama
that neatly ties up the NCCSC to everyoneís satisfaction.
Beware foggy glass syndrome though, this one is HOT.