Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Review - The Half Breed Vampire


Book Three in the Sons of Midnight mini-series
Harlequin Nocturne
February 21, 2012
ISBN-10: 0373618794
ISBN-13: 978-0373618798
Ignorant of his true heritage, half-breed vampire Slade Donovan is fated to feel like an outsider among his clan. Until a mysterious woman arrives with the ability to unlock his secrets—and make him crave a future he never believed he could have….

As a Game Warden, Raina Ravenwing has only one mission in the Cascade Mountains: to track down a pack of rare wolves that is terrorizing her tribe. Her instant attraction to Slade is a distraction the beautiful wolf whisperer can't afford, unless she agrees to let him help her. Yet working so closely together only intensifies their passion…even as the unfolding truth of Slade's identity threatens everything Raina holds sacred and could potentially destroy both their worlds.

My review:

I have been waiting for this book since last year when I read the first two books in the Sons of Midnight series.  And I am so glad its finally available.  

I was drawn into the story from the first pages and didnt want to stop reading until I was finished.  Actually the only reason I did take a break and stop reading was I did have to go to work the next day and needed some sleep.  Although it was still hard to stop thinking about the story and what was going to happen next.

Both Slade and Raina are very interesting characters that are strong, and sell reliant but that end up complimenting each other perfectly.  While intially they are at odds with each other, they come to work together as a great team.  Both characters have surprises in store for them in the story and its fun to follow along and see where they end up.

While I did read the two books previous to this.  I do not feel it is a requirement to read them in order.  By reading in order you do find out more about what is going on in the world around them with vampirism and what mortals know about the paranormal world that exists.  But it is possible to enjoy this story without the extra background.


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