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 22, 2012
Review: Kiss of Midnight (Midnight Breed #1) by Lara Adrian
After bearing witness to a brutal murder, Gabrielle Maxwell’s life turns upside down when the police find no evidence and she’s left thinking herself crazy. Lucan Thorne dispatches the Rogues outside the club, and follows the woman that was lucky to escape the carnage and, pretending to be a police officer, aims to find out what she knows. He doesn’t intend to get involved with her, but upon discovery that she’s already immersed in his world, he’s forced to give her all the gory details. It’s within each other that they find everything they were missing and never thought to look for in their lives. GraveTells calls this a recommended read!
June 17, 2012
Midnight Breed Week & Giveaway (US): Meet Lucan
Name: Lucan Thorne
Age: 900+ years
Physical Description: Of course, huge all the way around LOL. Standing at 6’5 with dark glossy black hair and silver eyes Lucan can be just about most women’s dream date.
Special Powers: Lucan is the first generation of Breed born (Gen One) so he is gifted with a great deal of strength and power, including telepathy and telekinesis.
January 29, 2012
Review Necro: Kiss of Midnight (Midnight Breed #1) by Lara Adrian
After finishing the long-awaited Sterling Chase chapter in Lara Adrian's Midnight Breed series, Darker After Midnight, I realized there may be some folks out there who haven't had the pleasure of reading this fantastic vampire series. This is definitely a series that needs to be read in order, so if you wanna read Darker After Midnight and get all the hype behind the dark-and-tortured Sterling Chase, you gotta start at the top. =)
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