In Blood We Trust by F.D. Davis

Adam Omega 2

Adam Omega 2


F.D. Davis

Rating 3.5


IN BLOOD WE TRUST is a novel fill of romantic tension as well as a power struggle between the three main characters. Adam is back with one mission, Eve has return to finish what she started, and Sullivan has founded a new purpose to live.

Adam Omega is back again except this time he has done the one thing he has forbidden all of his kind to do and it hurts him more than anyone could ever realize. Adam Omega is what some might consider the Master Vampire he not only is the Master Vampire but he’s able to do things that others can’t do including walk in daylight. When he meets Eve Moses he comes to realize that Eve is his wife from a past life and he’s not willing to give up on her so making her into the one thing she asked him not to do he saved her from self destruction only thing is he wasn’t sure he could continue to love her the way he had in her mortal form.

Eve Moses couldn’t believe that Adam had gone against her wishes and saved her on her dying bed to make her into the thing that she was. Not only had he made her into a vampire but he also made it to where she became dependent on him to survive because she wouldn’t take of human blood. Now known as Eve Omega she is determined to find a way to make herself back mortal. With Sullivan at her side and the friendship that linked the two together the past discretions that were already between Adam and Sullivan it only causes more trouble. Sullivan owed his life to Eve and therefore when she calls for him to help her he answers with no hesitation to only start the world wind relationship and the bitterness between Eve and Adam that sends Adam on a jealous rage as well as him attempting to settle the one major problem he has with himself.

IN BLOOD WE TRUST is a slow start however once you get to the middle of the book the elements of the novel begin to pick up. While the book was a good read there were a few places that could have been filled out and a few places that some of the story seemed to be unnecessary but in all F.D. Davis shows us that paranormal creatures don’t always have to follow the rules.

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