Now that we've met all the Breed warriors of the Order, it's time to celebrate the fans!
The winners of the books, a promo copy of Kiss of Midnight, are...
June 21, 2012
Midnight Breed Week & Giveaway (US): Meet Chase
Name: Sterling Chase, nickname Harvard
Age: Appears to be thirty; actual age, over 100 years old
Physical Description: 6' 6" tall with disheveled short golden-brown hair. Steel-blue eyes. Chiseled, knife-edge cheekbones, squared jaw line.
Special Powers: Can wrap himself in shadows.
June 21, 2012
Midnight Breed Week & Giveaway (US): Meet Hunter
Age: DOB: 8-8-56
Physical Description: Hunter has very rare Gen One dermaglyphs, golden colored eyes, short blonde hair, 6 ½ feet of muscled Breed male
Special Powers: Hunter is a blood reader; he can experience a person's memories through their blood.
June 20, 2012
Midnight Breed Week & Giveaway (US): Meet Brock
Joined the Order: Brock was recruited out of Detroit and appeared in Midnight Awakening. He was a trainee with Kade under the tutorage of Niko.
Physical Description: His voice is a deep, rolling baritone. Over 6 feet tall. Dark brown eyes. Flawless dark skin. African American.
“His chest was incredible, a massive wall of perfectly formed muscle covered in an intricate pattern of pulsing glyphs.”
Special Powers: Ability to absorb human pain.
Personality Type/Quirks: Tall, dark and silent type. Nightmare of a fighter.
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