Jack King is a handsome, crafty vampire who tries to maintain his identity in a time when the daily erosion of privacy is the norm. He has managed to survive a changing world for decades and now must face an age of rapid globalization, fleeting romance, and social networks. And just when when his personal life takes an unexpected—and pleasant—turn, King learns his bloodline is worth a King's ransom. In a world where free markets and exploitation reign, one vampire is about to discover how mankind perceives his kind; as a monster, a commodity, or as a being deserving of tolerance? Part Two Description: Jack and his trusted associate Ted, immediately get sent to Hong Kong on short notice to handle a client that has expressed deep dissatisfaction with the genetic engineering software they were given by Jack & Ted's company. While in Hong Kong, Jack finds keeping his identity a secret terribly difficult and must take on extreme measures just to survive. As we come to find out more in part two, we begin to see that Jack's trip is anything but just business.