Sunday, August 10, 2014

Book review: Marked by Midnight (Midnight Breed #11.5) by Lara Adrian

Marked by Midnight (Midnight Breed #11.5) by Lara Adrian
Paranormal romance
ebook, 125 pages
Published June 28th 2014 by Lara Adrian, LLC

Determined to solve a string of brutal slayings in London, vampire warrior Mathias Rowan is forced to seek the help of Nova, a fiery tattoo artist who ignites an unexpected, yet undeniable, passion in the grim Order enforcer.

Nova’s shadowy connections and dark talents may be Mathias’s best hope of unmasking a treacherous enemy . . . but falling for a woman with her dangerous past will risk both their hearts and their lives.

I'm a huge fan of the Midnight Breed series and always wonder why the author gives us an occasional short story. Is it to fill the void between novels? Whatever the reason, I treat them as appetizers. Marked by Midnight felt like a snack, even if it was satisfying, well written, and the romance HOT, it kept me wanting more

Mathias is an admirable Breed warrior, helping out a friend who works for JUSTIS. On a case he meets Nova, a tough-talking tattoo artist who is discovered to also be a Breedmate. Their chemistry is palpable and just as I was getting comfortable with their story, it ended. Despite not everything being resolved (and I really want to know about that tattoo Nova inked on Mathias's back), I hope to see more of this couple in a future installment. This novella simply whetted my appetite. Please, Ms. Adrian, revisit Mathias and Nova and give them their own starring roles.

Rating: 4

Cover comment:
Blends in well with the other covers.

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