- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 840 KB
- Print Length: 426 pages
- Publisher: FinS (5 Aug. 2011)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005G828V0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 27 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,328 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Book One Midnight Hunter First in The Midnight Hunter Trilogy Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm so torn with this book to be honest, whilst the storyline was very good and a refreshing change from a lot of other stories out there at the moment. The writing was really awkward and to me it seemed to jump around and be rushed in parts. This was really distracting at times and had me wanting to throw my Kindle across the room. I'd have felt sorry for it had it been a paperback.
It took me a while to get into the story due to the frustrating writing. After a while, luckily the storyline was good enough to keep me wanting to read. I don't do spoilers, what I will say is, if you want a fresh idea, with mystery and suspense, twists and turns, then give the book a try.
I'll be starting the second in the series in a few days.
As two young women, best friends forever, Mo and Donna, work hard at their jobs and college, Donna lives beneath the shadow and guilt of the death of her young brother while Mo suspects everyone unless proved innocent. The kidnapping of tall blond girls with blue eyes sends Mo investigating, her journalistic instincts intent on the truth while Donna, tall, blond with blue eyes, learns why the kidnapper is interested in her.
This book is well written and well edited and the story is pacey in the most part. I started to skim a little in the middle, the conversations maybe going on a little too long without the story moving forward.
Through the story the characters emerge and I really enjoyed the concept of the 'family' at the house in Autumn Lane. The only part that didn't sit well with me was Donna's acceptance of her situation once Hunter becomes her lover. There was just a niggling feeling that there should have been more disbelief and freaking out before such easy acceptance, especially once she knows her fate, the same fate she's experienced for centuries, but the story moved swiftly and I soon forgot my doubts.
Great first novel of what looks to be a compelling series.
The vampires in this story are well written and their character's are based on who they were before they were turned. Dante and Trent are sympathetic characters that you can't help but like, but there is always a sense of danger about them, especially Trent, that reminds you of their fundamental nature. In case you think that this is a light story of glittery vampire lovers be asured that there are monsters. Clever creatures of ancient malignant evil that seem to get one step ahead of the heroes with great ease...
Only one real question remains to be answered, how long will you be able to resist the sequel?
I was glad it was free as it kept me amused and took a good few hours for me to read it. It is a work of fiction but I am sure I have met some of these people locally ,ha.
Seemingly, the book uncovers Hunter and Donna who have lived many previous lives, and they meet up each lifetime as they are soulmates, the woman Donna the main character, is still a human but Hunter is a vampire , anyway she has no idea though she has a vampire soulmate!
But a bad vamp relative is jealous of their love ,and kills her off every lifetime, so the intention is to stake his heart once and for all.
I read the other two books in the series as it was funny especially the demon, Howie from the ammunition shop. He actually sounds like my moany brother so cantankerous and they would get on at a party with sexist jokes!
Reincarnation, vampire blood suckers, and eternal love all the components that either make you cringe or appeal as an alternative rom com , its rom com but with fangs !
Author : Bonnie Bernard
This review may contain spoilers
I got this free from the author for review
Summary: Donna McCormick is a smart, pretty college student whose twenty-first birthday is a week away. Unfortunately, so is her murder - unless the mysterious man from the darkness can reach her first.
Donna is pursued in her dreams by a man who claims to be her Eternal Partner. During her waking hours, she's cornered by another who claims to be the same. There's only one problem: neither is entirely honest.
Or, for that matter, entirely human.
Eight years earlier, Donna's life was dealt a terrible blow with the untimely death of a little brother who was left in her care. Ever since, Donna has yearned to get a normal life back - and despite her best friend Mo's efforts to the contrary, Donna has almost managed it...at least until the Underworld cracks wide open, scattering chaos and spilling out every shifty force under the moon. Most of them want Donna dead, but some will stop at nothing to keep her alive.
Too bad she doesn't know which is which.
With death following Donna like a shadow, she turns to her best friend for help. But instead of help, Mo offers only more mystery. And she knows more about the Underworld than she's willing to admit.
Now, Donna must choose: Cling to the mortal world where she feels safe, or embrace the Underworld where her dreams - and nightmares - come true.
One thing's for sure - doing either one might get her killed in both.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Take a college girl dreaming of a strange man while pursued by another, add a best friend who knows more than she'll admit, throw in a little reincarnation, a few paranormal... Read morePublished on 2 Nov. 2013 by Joyce Wetherbee
Couldn't put it down!! Such an amazing book!! I absolutely loved it. Deffo recommended for anyone who loves vampires and other worldly creatures!Published on 26 Aug. 2013 by Ceylan Karakas
This is so badly written that I stopped reading after 4 chapters as I just couldn't take any more. It's like it is written by a child..Published on 10 Aug. 2013 by Theresa
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First I must start this review off by saying I'm glad I had a chance to read it. The plot was flawless and it flowed well. Read morePublished on 17 July 2013 by r.mcgeebuda
Definitely a good read. Ending left room for the second book, which I'm now going to look for good storyPublished on 15 Mar. 2013 by Helen Hunter
Exciting and leaves you wanting more really funny in places a very easy book to read didn't want to put it downPublished on 15 Mar. 2013 by judith amy jones