Quinn Wilder has watched her with the hungry eyes of a cougar since the day she was born. When she became a teenager, the temptation to claim her as his mate quickly became a rift between him and her overprotective brothers. When their fathers killed each other in battle, the ties between the two families were severed and she was taken safely out of his reach. Stalking her from a distance, Quinn finds the vampire war has it's good points when she forgets to stay away.
Kat Santos hasn't seen the owner of Night Light for years. That is until Quinn suddenly decides to kidnap her and accuse her of setting him up for the vampire murders. Realizing the enemy is playing them, the two families combine their strength to stop the vampires from terrorizing their city. As the underground war escalates, so do the flames of desire as what started out as a kidnapping quickly turns into a dangerous game of seduction.
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Great sequel to "Moon Dance!"
5 out of 5
Misery, because the narrator makes the character sound so versitile.
Her voice acting during the dialogue. She did a great job bringing all the characters to life!
2nd rate production
I think I will pass.
The quality of the production was poor (which is not the narrators fault), but I did NOT like the yelling and screaming. I had ear buds in and nearly ripped them out because of the volume. Learn to control the voice.
I don't know there was a lot going on in the book and I think some could have been used in a spin off book.
In general, I found myself thinking this is a cross between a soap opera and a lifetime special. I say soap opera because a scene would stop and the author would move to a different scene with different characters...like a soap opera. That might work for TV but I had a hard time deciding who the main character was with so many plots going on. The reason I mentioned a lifetime special is the piano music inbetween the annoying scene changes. Sometimes the music didn't fit the mood/feel of the scene being left. Nothing like a climactic moment with a little 'feel good' jingle to kill the suspense.