Valentine’s Day turns into a nightmare when an ancient vampire burns her
way through the greater Columbus, ushering in the Aztec God of Death. Theo
and Carlos will have to set aside their personal problems in order to put
an end to a deranged killer. But as the body count rises, they find out
they’re going up against more than a vampire -– they’re going up against
In the midst of the chaos, Theo faces his own personal turmoil. When Lloyd
confronts Theo about his feelings, Theo isn’t sure whether his heart still
belongs to Carlos or if he truly cares for Lloyd. If he wants to save the
world, Theo will have to overcome his troubled heart and harness the power
This was one of very few books I could not even finish. I was confused at the start. I couldn't connect with the characters and felt like information was missing. I was halfway through the book when I decided to just stop. To me Theo came off as disrespectful to his elders and everyone around him, selfish and un-necessarily antagonistic with the two men that wanted to be with him.
Event Horizon is book 2 in the author’s series. I have read books from a series out of succession before, but was able to connect with the characters. Perhaps if this book had hints or some kind of prelude to events that already happened that would have helped. They may have occurred later on, but on my Nook this book was 197 pages and I hadn’t seen anything like that and had no desire to finish reading when I reached page 115.