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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Lara Adrian
Released: March 14 2017
Series: Midnight Breed #14.6
Published by Self Published
“One of my favorite things about this series are the heroes. Adrian always creates such stunningly gorgeous men and Scythe is no exception.”
~ Under the Covers
I always look forward to when Lara Adrian releases a new book and this novella set in the Midnight Breed world was a nice surprise. This is 14.6 in the series and while you should be reading this series in order, I think MIDNIGHT UNBOUND can be read nicely as a standalone too.
One of my favorite things about this series are the heroes. Adrian always creates such stunningly gorgeous men and Scythe is no exception. If you remember a few years back when PNR was all the rage, this series was something special because it has a little bit of a Sci Fi aspect to it. Still now, this series continues to get better. I normally don’t like novellas as much in general. However, I find that Adrian delivers the same amount of intrigue and danger as one of her full-length novels. That’s quite a feat.
The heroine, Chiara Genova, is a very admirable character. As the mother of a young Breed son, she has unfortunately found that her and her son’s lives are in danger. They require Scythe’s protection while the rest of the Order deals with the rest. At first, Scythe is quite grumpy, but I think it’s actually because he already has feelings for Chiara since the first time they’ve met. Beneath that steely exterior is really a soft heart and I really loved getting to see that unfold with the story.
MIDNIGHT UNBOUND is everything I wish for in a novella. If you aren’t reading the Midnight Breed series, then you are seriously missing out on some awesome book boyfriends. Just keep in mind though, Scythe is already claimed by me!
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