Rapture's Edge (Night Prowler Novels)
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About the Author
J.T. Geissinger's debut novel, Shadow's Edge, was published in 2012 and was a #1 Amazon US and UK bestseller in fantasy romance and romance series. She has been nominated for the prestigious RITA® award from the Romance Writers of America for best paranormal romance for the second book in her Night Prowler series, Edge of Oblivion. A native of Los Angeles, she currently lives there with her husband and one too many cats. Visit her online at jtgeissinger.com --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
"This is one of those books that is very hard to put down once you've started it… J.T. Geissinger is proving herself a force to be reckoned with in the paranormal romance genre and I'm sure we're going to be seeing lots more of her in the future." —Feeling Fictional --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
The characters were, once again, very real, the story exciting and fast paced, the ending satisfying but leaving the situation open enough to, hopefully, allow for another instalment!
The two main characters of Eliana and Demetrius are fun. Eliana is spunky, despite having been brought up in a patriarchal society where she is viewed as a second-class citizen. Demetrius is all man (well, shifter), complete with shaved head, tattoos and body piercings. Makes a refreshing change from the visions of male perfection that you normally have in paranormal romances.
Yes, they had a past, but from Eliana's perspective, seeing the man for whom she was having feelings, standing over her father's body with a gun, was a bit damning. That it turned out to be a kill or be killed situation was not something she realised. I did like the way that she didn't fall into Demetrius' arms half way through the book, swearing her undying love. Yes, she loves him, but is she prepared to trust him?
Characters from earlier books make an appearance e.g. Leander and Jenna from the first book.
Overall, I would say that I enjoyed it enough that I will be buying the first book in the series for comparison.
I'm actually pleased I stuck with Ms Geissinger and have high hopes for book number four.
I loved a lot of the secondary characters, especially Mel, Eliana's best friend. I loved Mel's sense of humour and how she believed in both Eliana and Demetrius.
I really enjoyed the couple's journey and the new developments in the series. I laughed at times and at other times I will admit to getting a little teary eyed. I'm hoping that they'll still be a part of the next book and that perhaps Mel will have a big part to play as I really liked her character!
A great book and series! I highly recommend it
There is plenty of action and passion as Demetrius risks his own life to protect Eliana, even if she does want to kill him. As she slowly learns to trust D again she also risks losing her heart once again to the man she believes killed her father, but D is unable to reveal the truth to her. Eliana is an impressive heroine, with a range of supernatural abilities and some kick-ass fighting skills. The Ikati women that appear in this book; although traditionally viewed as weak and certainly of less importance than a male, prove this is not the case. Jenna (the heroine I found so disappointing in book 1 "Shadow's Edge") only has a brief appearance, but it is significant and she finally proves a force to be reckoned with.
I loved the banter between Eliana and her best friend Mel; some of the latter's comments certainly raised a smile. There are some deeply heart-breaking moments in the plot and some situations that you think the leading couple can't possibly overcome. This is definitely my favourite book so far in a fantasy romance series that continues to get better and better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very interesting read, like the plot. Will purchase the next in the series and recommendPublished 6 months ago by Sharnie Langford
Not a bad read just before bed. Normally I read reference books and the occasional novel. This is worth a readPublished 6 months ago by KSR007
After meeting the future Queen of Somerly (Shadow's Edge) and handling the betrayal/forgiveness of the sassy Morgan (Edge of Oblivion), we find ourselves on the brink of war and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Rflwr
did not know this was book three but worked fab as a stand alone read, cant wait to read morePublished 19 months ago by Claire