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by Lara Adrian
Released: Aug 5, 2014
Series: Midnight Breed #12
Published by Delacorte Press
“CRAVE THE NIGHT is stunning in its flawless execution. Lara Adrian has the rare ability to lure readers right into her books, taking them on a ride they will never forget.” ~ Under the Covers
Nothing beats good writing and that is what ultimately makes Lara Adrian stand out amongst her peers. In the twelfth book of the Midnight Breed series, Adrian takes an emotionless Breed warrior named Nathan and pairs him with a kind-hearted socialite named Jordana Gates. As a warrior, Nathan wishes to keep his distance from Jordana’s delicate world. However, when a fiery kiss ignites a consuming passion he has never felt for anyone before, Nathan finds resisting Jordana to be a losing battle.
Adrian doesn’t hold back with the intensity or the passion. The sexual tension between Nathan and Jordana is off the charts and sizzles each of the pages. While slow-burning in its intensity at the beginning, Adrian really shows off her writing skill in a series of twists that will surely make reader’s head spin. I was baffled and pleasantly surprised to see such detail and planning work out in the end. It’s clear that Adrian had a formulated plan going into this book and seeing it unravel effortlessly and flawlessly really showcases her talent as a writer and storyteller. It reminds me of why I started reading Lara Adrian’s books in the first place. Even twelve books into the series, there is still a clear path in which the author wishes to go and as a reader, I’m definitely on board with that ride!
CRAVE THE NIGHT is stunning in its flawless execution. Lara Adrian has the rare ability to lure readers right into her books, taking them on a ride they will never forget.
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