Conway Cave’s job requires him to be bedfellows with a Browning Hi-Power, to seize heretics and confessions using any means necessary.
He is an inquisitor for the Sydney branch of the Holy Office. Nearing the end of a long sick leave he calls a “holiday,” he's recovering from a werewolf assault and avoiding Sonya Romney—friend-with-benefits, gossip columnist—in an attempt to ignore his growing feelings for her.
But when his partner is imprisoned by the Grand Inquisitor for conspiring with a werewolf terrorist, Conway suspects the Grand Inquisitor of a cover-up and goes against the Holy Office to prove it. This means scraping together allies fast, without the Grand Inquisitor and his gargoyle spies catching on.
To protect his friends, Conway has to hunt down the so-called terrorist and expose two sex scandals entangling the Grand Inquisitor and a high-profile bishop. Conway enlists Sonya's investigative prowess, promising her a front-page scoop, and makes a protective pact with a vampire underworld figure. But his partner's wife is making desperate deals of her own.
As Conway falls in love with Sonya, and the Grand Inquisitor sets a killer trap, how will he be able to follow his heart without getting his brains blown out?
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Conway Cave has got everything except the girl, but he's learned to live with that, filling the gaping hole that Sonya Romney left behind with six years of alcohol and other women. He's the youngest Grand Inquisitor ever to sit on the throne of the Sydney Holy Office, the city's top dog. He's popular, according to The Star Observer's latest polls. He has “friends” in all the worst places.
And an illegitimate son, Michael, for whom he would do anything.
Soon, he'll have to.
When Michael is kidnapped for ransom and hostage exchange by rabid werewolf terrorists, Conway breaks every rule in the book to ensure the boy's safe return, rekindling his relationship with Sonya along the way.
However, Conway's plan to make the werewolves pay goes awry. It's only a matter of time before his boss the Lord Inquisitor General finds out about his misdeeds, and the clock is ticking fast...
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When the graffiti tag “Eternity” starts appearing all over the city, the werewolves and vampires use it as an excuse to war in the streets, breaking the Inquisition-enforced peace treaty between the two species. After a bloodsucker is almost killed, Inquisitors Conway and Sebastian, who are on Eternity Man's case, must also search for the would-be killer because the two may be linked.
But when Inquisitor Conway discovers that Sonya Romney, infamous gossip columnist for The Star Observer, is keeping potential evidence of Eternity Man’s identity to herself, he goes after her. The only problem is he won’t interrogate her, can’t even bear the thought of her in an interrogation room.
Meanwhile, Aldo Maltagliati, head of the city’s most notorious underworld vampire clan, is using the unrest to hatch a machination of his own, and he has his eyes on Conway.
What is Eternity?
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