A new day dawns blood red A master of fire, Mira is the last hope for the world. For centuries she has secretly enforced the history-altering edicts of the Triad. Now she and her unlikely ally—the human vampire hunter, Danaus—have come to Venice, home of the nightwalker rulers. But there is no... show more
A new day dawns blood red A master of fire, Mira is the last hope for the world. For centuries she has secretly enforced the history-altering edicts of the Triad. Now she and her unlikely ally—the human vampire hunter, Danaus—have come to Venice, home of the nightwalker rulers. But there is no safety in the ancient city, for the threat of conflict is in the wind . . . with unholy alliances and earth-shattering betrayals taking hideous form in the shadows. Banished for eons beyond the world's boundaries, the malevolent naturi prepare to feed once again upon a vulnerable earth—and treachery is opening wide the portal that will enable their dread re-emergence. The great battle that has always been Mira's destiny is looming, and she must remain powerful in the face of a shocking revelation: that Danaus, the only creature she dares to trust, is something more than the man he claims to be . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 28th 2009
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Dark Days (#2)
The continued adventures of Mira. Still under the threat of the Naturi opening the door, Mira and Danaus are summoned to the court in Venice. They don´t know who to trust or who their allies are, betrayal are everywhere and the help is unexpected. Not a dull moment for these two and can´t wait to co...
Now that it is absolutely clear that the naturi intend to break the seal and release their queen, Mira is placed into a situation in which she must choose who to be loyal to. If that were not enough, the threat of an inter species war looms over head. Mira is being manipulated from all sides. The...
Hmm, Need to think about this one.
Overall disappointed in this book. I enjoyed the 1st one so much more, this one seemed like filler to get to the next. Hope the next is better.
If you sit down with the first two books in the Dark Days series, they read just like one long story. Dayhunter picks up just moments after where Nightwalker left off. This book is not a standalone. Each installment of the series (including those that follow this one) is just a piece in a larger sto...