In a world of shadows and dark, cosuming hungers, desire is the deadliest weapon...For journalist Dylan Alexander, it began with the discovery of a hidden tomb, thrusting her into the center of a gathering storm of violence and secrets. But nothing is as dangerous as the scarred, lethally... show more
In a world of shadows and dark, cosuming hungers, desire is the deadliest weapon...For journalist Dylan Alexander, it began with the discovery of a hidden tomb, thrusting her into the center of a gathering storm of violence and secrets. But nothing is as dangerous as the scarred, lethally seductive man who rises from the shadows to draw her into his world of dark desire and endless night. Fueled by pain and rage over a shattering betrayal, the warrior Rio has pledged his life to the war against the Rogues. He will let nothing stand in his way—least of all a mortal woman with the power to expose the entire vampire race. For an ancient evil has been awakened, and a stunning darkness is on the rise. Suddenly Dylan is powerless to resist Rio’s touch, even as she uncovers a shocking link to her own past. And now she must choose: Leave Rio’s midnight realm, or risk it all for the man who has shown her true passion and the infinite pleasures of the heart. . . .
Publish date: March 25th 2008
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Midnight Breed (#4)
I was right, this story had Zsadist written all over it. But nonetheless it was a good story or maybe I'm just a sucker for scarred, wounded, cold and detached males with a lot of emotional baggage.Rio stayed in the cave near Prague for five months after all the other warriors left. His job was to s...
Nice little quandary to start of the story: Dylan (the girl, yes I know) is a reporter who takes pics of Rio and a super secret cave. Rio can't have those pics come out and now since Rio messed up he has to keep Dylan with him when all he wants to do is off himself (in the previous books he is betra...
Midnight Rising by Lara Adrian (Midnight Breed Series book 4)
Another solid book in this series. The holes in the mythology get filled in bit by bit with each book. I didn't feel as strong of a connection to Dylan like I did with Elise, but Rio is yet another damaged hero that you just feel for. Good stuff - looking forward to Book 5.
NOTE TO SELF: Do NOT continue this series. No matter how much you are tempted when you want to listen to some PNR in audio, please learn your lesson. After 4 books, it's the same bland plot over and over. It will NOT improve so please get it in your head.Like the previous book, this one was bland, w...