Monday, October 25, 2010

Review: Secrets of Night by Virginia Cavanaugh

Secrets of Night by Virginia Cavanaugh

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



When the tenuous peace between the Sorceresses, Vampires, and Shape-Shifters is shattered, Kierra, Sorceress Senator for the Order of Night takes it into her own hands to discover the reasons why.
As the Vampire member of the Triad for the Order of Night, Kale is no stranger to war, but isn’t eager to battle anew without cause. His investigation into the allegations that the Shape-Shifters are the breakers of the peace treaty are thrown askew when the woman who has haunted his lusty dreams is found doing recon of her own.

As the body count rises and more women disappear, Kierra and Kale race against the clock to uncover the secrets the Shape-Shifters are keeping. Imminent war and forbidden attraction threaten to implode their progress, while Kierra’s secrets may very well tip the scales of power.

Dodie's Review

Kierra and Kale have long lusted after each other. So what's the problem? A relationship between the two of them is forbidden; Kierra is a sorceresses and Kale a Vampire. The leaders of their races have forbidden any interdating. They are thrust into a compromising situation, when in the course of a battle, Kierra is injured and Kale brings her home with him to recover. Now what's the problem? Its close to day time. As they spend the day together they have to deal with their attraction and the fact that Kale can't leave.

I loved this book. My only complaint is that it wasn't long enough. Virginia Cavanaugh has created a new world of vampires, sorceresses, and shifters that I would like to spend more time exploring. I can't wait for the next story.

5 Tea Cups!

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