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Call of Night by Emily Goodwin

Release Date: July 22, 2019

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Call of Night, Book #3 in the paranormal romance Thorne Hill series by Emily Goodwin.

True love never dies.

Not even when those around me are trying to kill it. With vampire bounty hunters still out for me, having the Grand Coven accuse me of treason against witches is the last thing I need. No one should tell me who I can and cannot love.

Determined not to let anyone or anything get in our way, Lucas and I decide to lay low for a while and let everything blow over with my coven while Lucas hunts for the vampires who tried to kidnap me. But things, of course, don’t go according to plan, and when I stumble upon an ancient evil force hiding out in the underground of Chicago, we realize our forbidden romance is the least of our worries.

As we search for a way to defeat unbeatable odds, I start to discover that things aren’t what they seem…including my very existence.

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I’m on my second glass of wine when Lucas pulls into the driveway. He parks his black Mercedes in the driveway and gets out, moving with vampire speed up to the front porch.

“What’s that smell?” he asks, making a face.

“Lavender, lemon, and eucalyptus oil.” I motion to the diffuser I have on the porch next to me. “It keeps mosquitoes away. You don’t like it?”

“It’s very strong.”

I look into my wine glass for bugs. I don’t see any, and I’m getting tipsy enough not to care as long as I drink them down fast enough. Finishing the last bit of wine, I set my glass down and get up. “Who has a stronger sense of smell: a vampire or a German Shepherd.”

“The dog, thankfully.”


“Yes, though really, I’m glad. The world smells enough as it is.”

“True, and I’m glad too because I do human things in the bathroom occasionally.”

Lucas laughs. “I know you’re alive, my love.” He picks me up and kisses me, pressing my back against the front door. I called him when the trial was over, letting him know to come over and not to worry about finding BBQ Callie in the yard. Then I hung up and started drinking away my problems.

It’s a terrible coping mechanism, and one that I started way too young. We all have our vices, and I know this will catch up to me sooner or later.

“How drunk do I have to be for you to get drunk too?” I ask between kisses.

“It depends.” Lucas draws his fangs and grazes them over my flesh.

“On what?”

“On how much I take from you.” He stops kissing me and looks in my eyes. “I won’t take too much. I love you, Callie Martin, and I will never hurt you.”



“It’s my middle name. Callista Anne Martin.”

“Martin is your father’s last name.”

“I know.” I feel like I weigh nothing at all as Lucas easily holds me up. “But it’s mine too.”

“For now.” Lucas doesn’t give me a second to think. He kisses me hard again, tongue entering my mouth. Heat rushes through me and I don’t have time to process what he just said.

“Let’s go inside.” I grab the hem of his shirt and inch it up. No one from the coven has reason to go by my house tonight, and it’s far enough away from the road it would be impossible to sense that Lucas was a vampire even if someone did drive by. Still…fuck. I hate this.

Moving with vampire speed, Lucas carries me in and lays me down on the couch. I curl my legs up around him and we go right back to where we left off.

“I should…” I start, trailing off as Lucas bunches up my dress. “Put an extra—ohhh.” He slides his hand up my thigh and sweeps his fingers over my clit. “Wa..warding on…on…the house.”

“Are you expecting more demons?” His fingers slip under my panties. “I’ll kill them just for interrupting us.”

“Not demons, but witches.”

Lucas stops stroking me. “Why are you warding against witches?”

My eyes fall shut and suddenly I can’t breathe. Lucas moves off of me and I get up, going into the kitchen for more wine.

“I thought the trial went well.” Lucas watches me forgo a wine glass and put the bottle to my lips. “Yet you’re drinking like you want to forget something.”

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Call of Night (Thorne Hill Book 3)Call of Night by Emily Goodwin

Tanya Rae’s rating: 5 of 5 stars

Call of Night is the 3rd book in the Thorne Hill series. This book starts off where Dark of Night left off with Callie being tried by the Grand Coven for having told Lucas, a vampire and her lover where the location of the door to her coven is. The crime is punishable by death if found guilty. Witches and Vampires are not to be together because they are enemies but not Callie and Lucas. They are more in love now than ever.

This story took a turn that took a turn I didn’t expect.  It seems that everyone wants Callie dead when they find out who she really is and there is a huge cliffhanger.

But I expected that! Book 4 Callie and Lucas’s story continues with Still of Night! It will be out in October. I can’t wait to read it. If you haven’t read books 1 & 2 you do need to read them first.

Call of Night kept my interest throughout the book. I hated to have to put it down to work. You can believe I took every chance I had to read it on my breaks. I am loving this book and series. 5 Stars all the way!!!

About Emily:


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.

Emily is represented by Julie Gwinn of the Seymour Agency.

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