Genre: Paranormal Romance
Book Length (Est.): 325 Pages
Being a vampire for hundreds of years, Hammer knew all about promises when he made one to Morta Fox. The problem was, he never counted on her being the most stubborn, big-mouthed, unbelievably amazing vampire he’d ever met. He wasn’t supposed to fall in love with her, but he did.
Stuck in the Red Dimension for seven years, it’s hard to hold onto hope, until Hammer runs into his Doyen. Ray Bardos has been trapped in there for more than a century, and now he claims to know a way out.
Hammer would do anything at all if it means seeing Morta again, so he doesn’t ask questions. To get out, he must give away a part of himself. He’s willing and ready, but he has no idea what exactly this means until it’s too late.
And when Hammer finally makes it out of the Red Dimension, Morta Fox isn’t the only vampire he needs to find.
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
At the end of book one, Heartbeat, Hammer promised he’d come back to Morta. Every single day he was in the Red Dimension he thought of her, of getting back to her, and when he had the opportunity to do so he grasped at it with both frozen and burning hands. Only thing he didn’t realize is what he’d be giving up to return.
Finding himself waking up in a strange place and in a strange time he didn’t understand Hammer was lost. He got lucky finding someone who actually cared about his well-being, but who also had his own agendas. There’s also people who knew him before he died, who were once his friends, decide they know what’s best for him instead of listening to what he wants. Sometimes you don’t see betrayal even when you’re staring it in the face.
I liked how the tracker led the story to a place I didn’t expect. It was a nice turn of events and I cannot wait to see how it all plays out in the next book.
What I didn’t like was that Morta was barely in this book. Reclaimed is all about Hammer coming back and discovering himself again. It was only a let down to me because I wanted so badly to see them reunited and it almost seemed as if it was written as an afterthought.
Oh and a small warning to those wrapped up in the Morta Fox world…this also has a cliffhanger ending. It’s not near as drastic as in Heartbeat, but it’s still pretty harsh.
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