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Darker After Midnight
Author: Lara Adrian
Series: Midnight Breed #10
Published by Robinson Publishing
Released: January 24, 2012
Genres: Paranormal Romance
It feels like I’ve been waiting to read Chase’s story since forever, and well, I have. I fell in love with his character in Tegan’s book and have seen him go from a highly respected member breed society to an Order warrior, to well… it hurts to think where he’s gone lately.But I think this was always the frame of mind he was supposed to be in, not the too far gone, but the bit reckless and out of control. He was always a rebel at heart and just needed that side of himself to come out.
This book picks up where Deeper Than Midnight left off. Chase is the prime suspect the human police have on a murder attempt on a politician as well as some terrorist attacks around town. The Order has been forced to relocate and Chase, he has one mission in his mind before he “finishes” himself. He wants to destroy Dragos.
If you are a fan of this series, you have to read this book NOW! If you haven’t started it yet, what are you waiting for? A bit dark, and not always roses, this series and characters are captivating!! Great job Ms. Adrian!! I can’t wait for more!
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