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Product Details

  • Series: Berkley Books
  • Mass Market Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (February 5, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425250695
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425250693
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 1.2 x 7.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,887,955 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for Acquainted with the Night:

“Vampires and nonstop sex.”—Diana Gabaldon, New York Times bestselling author

“Edge-of-your-seat, otherworldly suspense.”—Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author

“This book is fantastic. A perfect blend of Dan Brown’s religious intrigue, Michael Crichton’s scientific thriller, and Anne Rice’s vampire novels.”—Portland Book Review

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This is a highly recommended and if you love vampire romance, then you will love this one.
cbsnightingale
I'm not saying it is easy to write a compelling two to three hundred page book, as I surely couldn't.
A Book Obsession..
It's that 'can't wait to see what happens next yet don't want the book to end' kind of read.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Book Obsession.. on February 5, 2013
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Losing a spouse is hard enough, but not knowing what really happened is a crushing weight that Caro has dealt with for the past ten years after her husband disappeared somewhere in the African Rainforest. Left alone to raise their young daughter, Vivi, Caro hadn't so much as looked another man. Not that she would have had the time as they are still on the run from those who would seek to exploit Vivi's uniqueness. Yet, all that changes when Caro starts to realize that the vampire she has come to rely on over the past decade may actually mean more to her than just a friend. Yet time is precious as the vultures tracking them are circling, and this time escape may not be an option.

One of the most amazing things about HUNTING DAYLIGHT was the way it blended so many different elements together into a perfect balance. There was plenty of action, to the point where I was on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next. The character development was astounding, and I really felt thoroughly connected to all of them. There wasn't a two dimensional character in the bunch, only fully realized ones that kept you ensnared by the heart strings. And oh! The romance was incredibly sweet yet also so hot, it practically steamed right off the page. It is very rare for an author to not only have that sort of blend in a novel, but also be able to pull it all together seamlessly, and yet in HUNTING DAYLIGHT Piper Maitland seemed to do it effortlessly.

Despite my love of this book and the series as a whole, there was one issue that just about burst my bubble. I was fully and utterly immersed in this HUNTING DAYLIGHT, no small feat considering the hefty length, right up until about the last hundred pages when a twist wrenched its way into the middle of things.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Maggie Mae on March 22, 2013
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Hunting Daylight is 'Medical Science Fiction' that is totally believable and absorbingly hard to put down. It's that 'can't wait to see what happens next yet don't want the book to end' kind of read. Looking (hopefully) forward to number three in the series. ******

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"A woman in a dangerous world full of vampires and the obsession of one dark and dangerous man. Hunting Daylight is thrilling and engaging, a well-written novel filled with all the right paranormal beings, action, love, loss and sacrifices."
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"This month (February), Piper Maitland returns with the hot follow-up novel to Acquainted with the Night, HUNTING DAYLIGHT (Berkley Mass Market Original; February 5, 2013; $9.99). Complete with vampires, a jet-setting heroine and her daughter on the run, an ancient prophecy, and sexy romance, it's a thrilling, suspenseful ride from start to finish."

Hunting Daylight picks up right where Maitland's previous book Acquainted With the Night, from last year left us. Hunting Daylight keeps you in the edge of your seat. Right at the beginning Piper Maitland takes you on a dangerous trip deep in to the thrilling world full with vampires and the mad obsession of one dark and dangerous man.

To take care of his family, the young vampire Jude Barrett decides to take this job in the rain forest. When Jude disappears and is presumed dead, Caro his wife together with their daughter turn to their vampire friend Raphael to help them.

The sexy Raphael is ready to step in as protector of Caro and her daughter Vivi. Trying to keep his secret and feelings he has for Caro for decades. Does he really believe that being close to Caro and being there when she needs his is enough for him?

Piper Maitland has written and fantastic books with great world building with strong emotions and characters.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl Koch VINE VOICE on February 5, 2013
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Jude and Caro are in desperate need of money. The cost of blood does not come cheap. This is why Jude is going to take the job that the Al-Din Corporation has offered him. A thirty one day expedition in Africa. Something happens and Jude disappears. Jude has been gone so long that he is declared dead.

Caro and her daughter, Vivi try to get on with their lives. They are doing well until a vampire comes looking for them. Raphael, a vampire friend comes to Caro and Vivi's aid. As time passes, Caro and Raphael start developing feelings for each other.

Meanwhile across the world, a vampire lies dying from a disease. One that makes the vampire susceptible to daylight.

I have not read the first book, Acquainted with the Night. Although, I have seen the book around. Having said this, I had no trouble reading this book. In fact, I would have to say I enjoyed the vampires in this book. The vampires felt real to me. Like the type that could actually exist and be living among us in the present day.

What I also liked about this book is that Cara was not an immortal but only a partial. This added a nice element to the book. Where not all of the characters were full-fledged vampires or vampires and humans.

As soon as Raphael came into the picture more, I could tell where it was going to lead between Caro and Raphael. I thought that they made a good couple. Raphael really cared for Caro and would do anything to protect her. The love scenes between them were not overly sexed up. This was nice.

My only two disappointments with this book were that I thought that it was a bit long. While this is a quick read, the action goes in waves. So this is why I felt that the book could have been shortened up and it still would have been good.
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