Wait for Dusk
“A must-read addition to the urban fantasy genre, filled both with action and satisfying characters.”—Kim Harrison “Jocelynn Drake will have you coming back for more.”—Jeaniene Frost Vampire enforcer Mira must thwart the malevolent schemes of an ancient coven in the fifth action-packed Dark Days... show more
“A must-read addition to the urban fantasy genre, filled both with action and satisfying characters.”—Kim Harrison “Jocelynn Drake will have you coming back for more.”—Jeaniene Frost Vampire enforcer Mira must thwart the malevolent schemes of an ancient coven in the fifth action-packed Dark Days novel from New York Times bestselling author Jocelynn Drake. Wait for Dusk is gripping, stellar urban fantasy in the vein of Kim Harrison and Vicki Pettersson, with enough sensual heat to enthrall readers of Christine Feehan, J. R. Ward, and Jeaniene Frost.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 27th 2010
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Dark Days (#5)
AHAHAH. This cover makes me laugh! I'm so reading it!
The fifth installment of the Dark Days series is Wait for Dusk, or as I like to call it The One Where Mira & Danaus Finally Have Sex . And I have got to say, this is the best one yet. As our book begins, Mira is being tortured by the entity who kidnapped her at the end of Pray for Dawn. But it's...
I think I am starting to wane on the Dark Days series by Jocelynn Drake...alas, 5 books in and I am losing interest. It's unfortunate and true, but I only seemed to glom onto the highest highlights into this book, Wait for Dusk. Well, it's mid-series. It's to be expected...but something happened in ...
**This is book #5 in the Dark Days series. There may be minor series spoilers**Wait for Dusk was a fantastic addition to the Dark Days series! I thought book #4 told from Danaus' POV was my favorite, but this one tops it. Long time fans of the series will not be disappointed. :DIn this addition,...
I liked it but I was really disappointed that Drake is doing the same old hero/heroine fights with extra powerful parent trope, especially since we just did that in the last book. I guess it explains the source of her powers, but still.And the crippling jealousy and insecurity was annoying, too. R...
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