He found her in an abandoned building, half-starved, her face chalk white yet strikingly beautiful. Those violet eyes drew him closer, even though Jameson Bryant knew what she was. Even though she warned him away. But it was too late. With one parting of her lips, the hungry creature of the night took him...
Nine months later, their tiny dark angel was born...in twilight.
Born in Twilight tells the story of Jameson. The little boy we first met in Twilight Phantasies (Wings in the Night #1), is all grown up and not sure if he wants to be turned or not. Angelica is a newly turned vampire on her own with no one to teach her. She takes Jameson without realizing what she is doing and leaves him for dead. Now, as you can tell from the blurb on the book - Angelica ends up pregnant with Jameson's child, but I don't want to give away too many of the specifics - let's just say that the bad guys have a hand in the whole thing.
This was not my favorite of the series so far. Jameson got on my nerves with his super macho attitude and the religious symbolism was a little over the top. I did love to see how all the characters from the past books played their own role in the story without taking away from the romance budding between Angelica and Jameson. I also enjoyed seeing how the little boy I grew to love in Twilight Phantasies turned out all grown up.