"This is a series that is not to be missed."
Bush pilot Alexandra Maguire is making her usual trip
through the Alaskan wilds when she comes across something
horrible. The massacre awakens the memories of what she
witnessed as a child and starts to haunt her again. She once
again tries to keep her claims to herself, knowing that
no-one will believe her stories of fangs and footprints in
the snow. Then a dark stranger appears in town and he opens
her mind to a whole new world.
Sent from Boston to investigate the attacks and put an end
to the killings, vampire Breed warrior Kade is no stranger
to the Alaskan weather. He isn't happy to be back and hopes
the secrets he left behind are still unknown to the rest of
his family. As he goes about his investigation he meets Alex
and he soon realises that she is special. Then things start
clicking into place and Kade find himself fighting feelings
he doesn't have time for. He also finds out that the killer
he is searching for is one of the most deadly he will ever
Shades of Midnight is the seventh book in the Midnight Breed
series and one of the best yet. I have been following this
series religiously since it started and I am happy it had
picked up speed again. The last book Ashes of Midnight was
certainly not the best yet and I was worried that the
Midnight Breed series was going downhill. Well this new
installment certainly showed me that there was nothing to be
worried about. Shades of Midnight has left me wanting more. Now!
With twists and turns all the way through the well thought
out story, this romantic paranormal delight is serious and
fast-paced. I had a hard time putting this one down and
loved the two main characters, their tale and the continuing
Midnight Breed story. Erotic and exciting the author really
out did herself this time around and I hope that the next in
the series keeps the pace.
Anyone who enjoys the Black Dagger Brotherhood should pick
up this series. If you are a Lynsay Sands or Cynthia Eden
fan then you will also feel right at home with these books.
However make sure you start at the beginning and savour the
trip. This is a series that is not to be missed.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted March 23, 2010