Never trust a vampire.
I might have learned that lesson the hard way. But when I find myself in a vampire-owned bar, I don’t have much of a choice. With vampires still trying to assimilate into mainstream society, I’ve done Lucas King a favor by stopping one of his patrons from draining a human dry in the basement of his bar. A favor he’d prefer to repay in bed than in kind.
Vampires and witches have had more than a jaded history, and when witches start showing up dead in surrounding covens, all signs point to something old and powerful. Something that knows the ways of the witches.
Something–or someone–like Lucas.
What’s worse than trusting a vampire? Falling in love with one.
Book one in the Dead of Night Series.
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Tanya Rae’s rating: 5 of 5 stars
Witches, Vampires and Demons oh my!
The last and only book that I have read by this author was Stay (2014). Which I loved now I wish I had kept reading her books, not sure why I haven’t read more of her books.
I was drawn into Dead of Night from the beginning and couldn’t put it down. This is Lucas and Callista’s “Callie” story.
Callie is 24 and is already a powerful witch. Lucas is a 1600 year old Vampire. Lucas likes that Callie is a sassy talking witch and she keeps threatening him that she will stake him if he tries to kill her because witches and vampires don’t mix and are enemies of each other. But, they are drawn together.
I want to clean house like Callie does! A little bit of magic is all it takes.
Emily Goodwin gave a shout out to one of my favorite authors, T.L. Smith. I love when an author mentions another author that they read their books.
Dark of Night, Book Two in the Thorne Hill Series will be coming soon and I can’t wait to read it!
Emily Goodwin is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of over a dozen of romantic titles. Emily writes the kind of books she likes to read, and is a sucker for a swoon-worthy bad boy and happily ever afters.
She lives in the midwest with her husband and two daughters. When she’s not writing, you can find her riding her horses, hiking, reading, or drinking wine with friends.
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