Friday, 4 April 2014

Friday Frights ~ PNR Reviews ~ Edge of Dawn (Midnight Breed 11) by Lara Adrian

Reviewed by Shirley ~ 4.5 Stars

This is a strong book of enduring love between two people.

A true love, between a human warrior and a vampire warrior of the Order. The Order is warriors much like a superior police force which goes out in teams of four.

In this story the humans and vampires are co-existing together with a lot of give and take after a tremendous war twenty years before called First Dawn. The Order is the peace keepers who do their best to quell rebellions which are breaking out all over the world. Not all humans are happy sharing their world with vampires.

The two main characters in this book are Mira and Kellan who have known each other since small children to adulthood, but life was not going to play fair to these star crossed lovers.

Mira is a short lovely human warrior with very unusual eye sight and has moved up the ranks to Captain as she is a very skilled warrior. Leading a team of four with Kellan and also in the team is their best friends Nathan.

Kellan is a 6.5ft, truly handsome specimen of manhood and a first class warrior to boot. (Wow, dynamite or what?)

After being torn apart life went on until fate stepped in and they found themselves back face to face but on different sides. (Awkward to say the least, shock, horror!) Even though this could lead to drastic problems for them, that love they shared was still burning strong. Never to be denied.

“He was dark and fevered and gloriously aroused, and she quivered to feel all of his heated focus trained on her. She was ready when he entered her, so ready. He drove in deep, the feel of him enormous, harder and hotter than ever as he moved inside her body. His mouth finds hers and he covered her lips in a kiss that was demanding, fevered…thirsting.”

Oh so sexy…more, more.
But then everything seemed to go wrong.
Circumstances beyond their control.
A sentencing.
A resurrection.
And a ruthless plot.

But as two our beloved warriors…

“Kellan kissed her again, deep and slow and thoroughly. As if to let her know their love had all the time in the world. “You’re mine, Mira,” he purred darkly “And I’m not ever letting you go.”


I soooo thoroughly enjoyed this book, I really felt for Mira and Kellan, shouting out in my mind, nooooo not fair and I was crying along with them, but also warmed by the love that they shared.

Ms Adrian, a really great beginning as I’m sure of a great series and I can’t wait to read the next instalment. Well done!

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