Embrace the Night Eternal
“Joss Ware’s vision of the future is dark, complex and sharply original. I’m eagerly anticipating the next installment in what promises to be a fascinating new series.”—New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh Exciting newcomer Joss Ware brings real heat to the post-apocalypse, with a... show more
“Joss Ware’s vision of the future is dark, complex and sharply original. I’m eagerly anticipating the next installment in what promises to be a fascinating new series.”—New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh Exciting newcomer Joss Ware brings real heat to the post-apocalypse, with a sensational series of paranormal romance adventures featuring five sexy male survivors with astonishing abilities who are now humankind’s final hope. Embrace the Night Eternal is Joss Ware’s second spellbinding excursion into the world of chaos and darkness—following her sensational debut, Beyond the Night—providing exceptional entertainment and sizzling satisfaction for fans of Suzanne Brockmann, Alyssa Day, Lara Adrien, and Keri Arthur.
Publish date: February 9th 2010
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Post Apocalyptic
, Science Fiction Romance
Series: Envy Chronicles (#2)
What a difference one book can make! After lukewarm feelings for Beyond the Night, I wasn't sure I wanted to read this book... especially since the lead character, Simon, didn't really spark much interest for me. But I'm really glad I did. Unlike the first installment in the Envy Chronicles, I felt ...
Love Love this series! Just discovered it and have been devouring the books!
I really, really enjoyed this book. The pacing is great. I didn't think I would like the character Simon, but he turned out just fine. Sage was a strong heroine and I really liked that. Looking forward to #3, which I will be reading this month! There is a #4 coming out next year and I am lookin...
Second book of this series and I'm still in awe with the world that Ms. Ware created. The romance is better than the first one, at least I can "feel" the attraction between Simon and Sage from the early chapters (for book #1, I think I waited untill past 100 pages?). Simon is a kind of hero that I l...