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Does it refer to the Venators ths whole, or a certain person? There is also a lot of intrigue and mystery throughout the story. In this series View all Book 3. The rest of the book had Sebastian continually showing up wherever Victoria would be.
I find him entertaining and their scenes together are pretty hot, but at the same time her gleaaon with can border on annoying at times. Item s unavailable for purchase. The plot stuff is your average plot stuff.
Rises the Night (Gardella Vampire Chronicles, book 2) by Colleen Gleason
Upon completion I instantly downloaded Book 3 lol. Her grandmother, Eustacia, is the current leader of the Gardellas, a position that will fall to Victoria once she dies. I enjoy the characters, the setting, the witty banter, and the intrigue.
You’ve successfully reported this review. The chemistry between the characters was also really well done and a bit of a surprise. Great book, exciting story and caracters, fantasic story line, the only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that it broke my heart.
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Well, he and Victoria finally have sex, and their sex scene made me uncomfortable. She riises to Italy to accomplish two things: As before, she puts herself into all kinds of dangerous situations, involving evil humans, vampires, and even a demon. A Whisper of Rosemary. And after the events of this book, I don’t think his attitude toward Victoria will change anytime soon.
Rises The Night by Colleen Gleason
But I have a feeling my faith with at least two of them will be restored, though I’m guessing that that one of the big questions of the series is: It drives me insane.
While the story still has action there is more mystery than anything else.
She stumbles her way through an investigation where she gets little help from those who know more than her, who then chastise her for acting so rashly. There was probably an excerpt for the third title or possibly the first in some of the remaining space, but I didn’t look to see. There was also still some emotion in the book, though it wasn’t heart-squeezing in the way the last one was.
It also made me want to jump right into the next book in the series. It was my favorite kind of humor, the kind that built up as things continually got worse and more absurd and crazier until finally there was just kind of chaos and the character herself even reached that moment of, “If I don’t laugh, I’ll cry,” because of course he would show up here and of course that particular thing would happen and of course it would happen at the worst time possible because that’s just how life has been going.
Maybe because I felt this is a little darker in nature. Hidden, Hunted, Retribution, Desolation, and Reckoning. And I couldn’t figure out who was on the same team, but it didn’t matter since they were all too busy keeping secrets and lying to work together anyway. Victoria has been through a lot and seems stronger now as a result.
Blade on the Hunt. Or at least take a breath and think things through. Victoria has her family torn and ripped from her, he beliefs crushed, it left me with a feeling of no hope for her.
But all the same I would very much like to know how things continue. She grows a great deal in this book, struggling with inner conflict of who to believe and inght, trying to channel her emotions and understanding the difference between her personal needs and rixes overall good of the Venator community. I really felt for her as she struggled to find herself again.
I don’t like having to admire a bad guy’s certain qualities because there’s something charming about him.
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Originally published in RabidReads. One thing that didn’t bother me as much in the first book as it did in the second book was the annoying excess of religious imagery. If it comes down to endangering himself saving her, or saving his own skin, he will always choose the latter, as he only thinks of lgeason own interests.
So I’ll just wrap this up by saying I loved the twists and turns, I loved the characters, I loved the writing, and I look forward to seeing what will happen next! In the first book, I related to her struggles a lot and forgave a lot of her mistakes because she was young and still trying to balance a normal life with her duties. Her stories are so much more then girl meets vamp, vamp bites girl, struggle ensues i love him, but I shouldn’tvamp saves girl from outside evil and they all live happily ever after.
I liked the action parts of this story where Victoria would have to save a group of people from the evil vampires. My only problem now is, I can’t wait to read the next one, but I have other book obligations, so it’s going to be awhile before I can get back to this series.