Review: Tormented by Lorenz Font
Tormented by Lorenz Font
Tor Burns is a non-infected vampire who has taken refuge in the Tack Enterprises underground facility. Having survived a vicious attack with his fellow vampire Harrow, he now has a new purpose. Vampires afflicted with Gates Syndrome are still being hunted, and Tor is committed to saving them from the clutches of the Vampire Council. With a semi-cure within their grasp, Tor is reluctant to accept his new assignment: bodyguard to Allison Tack, the daughter of their fallen leader. Armed with an abrasive personality and fierce loyalty, Tor approaches this new responsibility with serious determination despite his reservations.
Vampire Allison Tack is the beautiful and timid co-heir of the Tack fortune. Infected and hunted by the Council, those lucky enough to have known her father are determined to keep her safe. A walking target wherever she goes, Allison wants to learn how to protect herself, but no one is listening. Sick of being the helpless one in the company of trained fighters around her, Allison vows to prove that she can fight alongside the best of them.
Meanwhile, the harem leader, Melissa, is hell-bent on unraveling any clue about her son Demetrius’s fate. He disappeared without a word, and time has made her desperate. Stepping up her efforts, she seeks the help of Demetrius’s son, Zane. With the additional manpower, Melissa finds the lair of the suspected vampires and wages war against them.
Thrown together by necessity, Tor and Allison can’t continue to deny their attraction to each other. Tor wants to give in to his feelings for her, but old demons resurface. He must confront the past to prevent losing the best thing that ever happened to him.
A life must be given for a life taken. Will Tor have to sacrifice himself before Allison pays the price?
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To say that Lorenz Font has created a fast moving page turner that keeps you on the edge of your seat is a definite understatement! It starts off where Hunted left off. Harrow is in charge and measures have been taken to ensure the safety of his unit while grieving their losses.
Tor is an amazing tortured hero that little by little we get to know through the amazing writing abilities of Lorenz Font. Allison has suffered so many losses and is now faced with melting the ice around Tor's heart which proves to be a daunting task that at times she herself questions her ability to do.
Ms. Font creates characters that pull at your heartstrings. They are so vividly realized that the reader actually feels the love Allison has for Tor and the torment Melissa feels in her quest to find her son, Demetrius.
The story line is riveting and powerful. So believable in its content and description that the book was difficult to put down. It was action packed and thrilling. I felt as though I myself had been a part of the battle where men were risking their lives to save Gail. I cried, screamed and jumped for joy.
This book is a beautiful installment in what is proving to be an amazing series!
Review by Julia for ILVN
About the author:
Lorenz Font discovered her love of writing after reading a celebrated novel that inspired one idea after another. She is currently enjoying the buzz from her debut novel Hunted, the first installment of The Gates Legacy trilogy.
Writing is therapeutic for Lorenz, and a perfect day consists of writing and playing with her characters while listening to her ever-growing music collection. She enjoys dabbling in different genres, with an intense focus on angst and the redemption of flawed characters. Her fascination with romantic twists is a mainstay in all her stories.
Lorenz currently lives in California with her husband, children, and two demanding dogs. She divides her time between a full-time job as a Business Office Manager for a hospital and her busy writing schedule.
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