This one is my favorite so far. Spike, is once more writing to Darla about what is going on. We find out that she has gone back to the Master in Sunnydale. Meanwhile Spike and Dru are in Italy. Dru is captured by the count and Spike is attacked by demons who are to take care of him. Spike beats them and forces one of them to take him to the count and Dru.
On the helicopter there he finds a statue of Count Dracula and he now knows for sure that he is the one who has Dru. He is going to make him pay for everything. He gets to the house to find Dru playing the piano. It turns out that is wasn't Count Dracula who has Dru it is a man called The Comte De Saint-Germain. He wasn't going to take advantage of Dru he just wanted to play music with her and the demons were going to take care of Spike. Not by killing him but by letting him have a night of passion with Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren. Spike regrets coming here. Instead of a night of passion he sits and listens to the two of them play music. It is not the night he would have wanted.
On the way out he breaks the statue of Dracula as payback. He an Dru leave the house and out of the ruins of the statue Dracula returns. Turns out that the statue held Dracula prisoner. He goes out and kills the creature, he can't be human because he is 200 years old and Spike didn't need an invite to enter the house, therefor he must be some kind of demon.
Spike set his worst enemy free, how is that for irony? Peter David keeps killing it with this series.
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