"edge of your seat read"
Between pleasure and pain lies dark passion. Daedalus, you
first met him in Crimson Wings, now get to know him
intimately. He is half-brother to the King of Vampires and
now Enforcer. He trusts no one but his sward and Gauge his
twin. He is known as a playboy but he has met his match in
Ilida and his playboy days are coming to an end.
He finds himself drawn to her even while trying to fight
her and send her out of his life. Between fighting
vampiric drug dealers, and being a father to a daughter
who's determined to shut him out, he is about to come face
to face with real evil and dark secrets that might tear
him and Ilida apart forever.
Ilida is a recreational therapist to drug addicted teens
who also happens to be psychic and telekinetic; though she
would give it all up be to normal. Then she meets Daedalus
while being caught in the middle of his fight. She is no
more happy being sexualy attracted to him than he is her.
But is she fighting a losing battle or will she surrender
to his dark passion?
Come along in this second book to the Crimson Wings series
meet new characters and see how Alec and Tania are doing
in their reign as king and queen. Watch as these
spectacular creatures battle evil and learn to trust again
as well as leave the past behind, if they can.
First and foremost I was quite excited to be able to
review A Tempest in the Night after having the honor of
reviewing Crimson Wings. Miss Wilson did such an awesome
job with her first book that I was not surprised while
reading the second book to Crimson Wings. Her talent for
bringing the world of vampires and shape shifters to life
grows with each story. Each scene, be it fighting or
sexual, has you gripping the edge of your seat that by the
time you come to the end you wish it would keep going.
Miss Wilson's awesome writing skills have you actually
wincing in pain with her characters, smelling the aromas,
and panting with the passion. I personally can not wait to
see what she has in store for us next.
Posted October 21, 2006
Reviewed by Debbie Roush
Posted November 19, 2006