"very steamy blend of romance, mystery and the paranormal"
Niol Lapen is tall, dark and handsome. He is also a demon
and a strong one at that. He isn't the kind of person you
can ask for a favour but one woman has dared to do that.
Holly Storm, reporter, is sexy but nosey. She has been
sticking her nose into 'Other' business for some time now
and Niol doesn't want to give her any information at all.
However there is someone killing demons, demons who Holly
has had contact with and that makes him want to protect
her. It looks like he will have to work with her to try and
stop the killer before he himself becomes a target.
Even though Holly knows what Niol is and what he is capable
of she isn't really frightened of him. What does scare her
is the way she feels about him but she needs to push that
out of her mind and get his help. Someone is killing her
contacts and Niol is the only one who can help her find the
murderer and stop the killing. However, there is something
that Holly is about to find out about herself that has her
on top of the killer's list of victims.
Niol is one hot demon and this third book in the Midnight
Trilogy was very steamy. Always the mysterious one in the
trilogy so far, it was rewarding to finally find out more
about the man everyone loves to hate. Also finding out more
about the reporter who has plagued the characters in the
previous two books made for interesting and exciting
reading. Bringing them together as a team was definitely a
well thought out twist and I enjoyed seeing things between
This trilogy is a delicious blend of romance, mystery and
the paranormal. Best read on a quiet evening with a bottle
of wine and some chocolates, this is a world you can
totally lose yourself in. I am sad to see the trilogy come
to an end but I suspect that this isn't the last we will
see of this world and the characters in it that I have come
to love and admire.
Midnight's Master is due for release on June 30th.
Make sure you catch up with the previous books first if you
have a chance. Although each book does stand alone well the
stories are definitely devoured better in order.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted June 25, 2009