When shadows fill the night, it's hard to tell friend from foe. With young to raise and her Pack under attack, Sylvan, Alpha of the wolf Weres, takes on her greatest challenge when she determines to uncover the faceless enemies known as the Shadow Lords. While her mate Drake struggles to find the link between the deadly Were fever virus and the mutation she carries, Sylvan calls upon her allies among the Vampires and Fae to defeat the secret pact of humans and Praeterns bent on destroying her and those she is bound to safeguard.
Liege Jody Gates, Sylvan's ally and heir to a powerful Vampire Clan, must choose between her promise to Sylvan and her duty to Clan when she aligns her forces against the deposed Vampire Regent Francesca. If the battle to come is lost, all the Praetern species will be sentenced to exile in the shadows.
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"Don't Mess With These Powerful Women"
Wow, that's a tough question.
Jody-because she is a risen vampire that still has a heart that loves Becca.
Sylvan-because she is the very strong Alpha that is trying to do right by her pack but knows that sometime you have to be allies with previous enemies to make that work.
Drake-because though she truly is the heart and soul of the pack, she is no pushover.
Building relationship of Gray and Tamara. Each book in this series has focus on one new mating pairs. These characters growing tension from from flight (an enemy or each other) or wanting sex or both.
Midnight Hunters Series from begin The Midnight Hunt by L.L. Raand
The description fairies (also called Fae) realm. How it is so different world than earth. So much magic and always changing. From landscape and animals.
If I can, I would do so!
Warning there is very lesbian erotic scenes. Hot and heavy. Don't listen while working!
"Same old stuff"
Don't get me wrong I like the author and have all her books on audio. But they always have the same thing. Two ppl barely Know each other fall in love are mated. All the books in this series is like this id rather more time spent on the old characters then adding more.
"Overly drawn out plot"
I have enjoyed all the books in the series but have come away from this one feeling as if it was all quickly thrown together. With each book I have enjoyed the introduction of new characters and the way they have been slotted into the continuing saga. Each additional character and plot line has moved the whole story on in a tantalising and seamless manner. However in this part of the series too much time was taken on one plot line, to the detriment of all the others. When a series is drawn out too long, there is always a danger of it becoming monotonous and the characters stagnant. This is definitely starting to happen with this series. There were no real surprises in this book. The saving grace that kept me going was how wonderfully it was read by the narrator Maxine Mitchell. There are so few lesbian quality sci-fi/fantasy novels made available on audible, I am grateful that LL Rand has been keeping my hunger are at bay though.
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