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- Print Length: 398 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1682070530
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- Publisher: Tate Publishing; 1 edition (September 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 18, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYV8C6Q
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in that it deals with its characters on what feels like a deeply emotional level. Mia, a sous chef in a restaurant called Tavana’s in New Orleans is a genuinely honorable person, an adored parent, and a caring person with ethics and religious beliefs. She meets one of the customers, Nathan Davenport, who is a Real Estate Mogul, the richest man in the U.S., and a Vampire! At the beginning we see him as being totally unethical. He hypnotizes Mia, and has his way with her, both sexually, and in his Vampire’s way… the blood feeding, the bite marks, etc. Also he controls her mind so that she will forget what happened. The world that the author presents us with unfolds as we see that a relationship between a human and a Vampire (as exemplified by his friends Julia and Dimitri) is possible, but only if many deep issues are dealt with.Also, there is a villain, Isabella, another Vampire who is stalking him. She was the ‘feral’ Vampire who many years before, turned Nathan from a human into a Vampire. One of the many issues with Nathan is that he shows signs of going ‘feral’ as well. Going ‘feral’ means feeding off of the same human repeatedly, and eventually going completely out of control leading to insanity where the only cure is real permanent death. But with Mia, he has a chance for a real life if they can both come to terms with their differences through forgiveness, trust and more. Two thumbs up and five stars for this novel with unforgettable characters and a deeply felt plot.
This is the story of Mia and Nathan, two characters who appear to be destined to come together but are prevented from doing so by Nathan's secret, one far too shocking for Mia to understand or cope with.
Campbell does a remarkable job of giving her readers a thorough understanding of what it is to be a vampire. The level of detail of vampire culture is intricate and seamlessly weaved throughout the narrative.
This is a vampire story, but it is so much more than a vampire story. It is a very unique entry in the genre. Christianity is a major element of the story. One could argue that this is as much a Christian story as it is a vampire story. The theme of personal faith flows naturally with the plot. At times, it is so subtle that the reader might not recognize it as a major theme, but make no mistake, Mia's faith is a major obstacle when it comes to accepting Nathan for who he is.
As important as Mia's faith is in determining whether or not she will accept Nathan for who he is, it is not the only factor, nor is it the primary factor. Mia's lack of understanding of vampire culture is the primary factor. One can view this story as an allegory for discrimination in the real world. Mia is ignorant when it comes to vampires, so much so that she initially refuses to acknowledge their very existence when Nathan reveals the truth to her. When she does finally accept the truth, her lack of understanding of what vampires are all about leads her to be repulsed by them, particularly Nathan. She believes she has good reason for focusing her resentment of vampires on Nathan but eventually has to come to terms with the fact that in condemning Nathan for his perceived sins, she is turning a blind eye to her own.
Deeply meaningful and thoroughly enjoyable, "Forever and a Night" will keep you turning the pages. Check it out. You'll be glad you did!
Nathan is a vampire that wasn’t sure if he would ever meet his lifemate. He had given up on the fact that she might be out there. Watching his best friends, Julia and Dimitri, enjoy a life together made him wonder if he would ever find that happiness. Even after he meets his one, he is still not sure if he can convince her to spend a lifetime with him.
Mia has deep roots in faith. She is unaware of the existence of vampires. All she knows is that she meets what she is considers a playboy and doesn’t think that he can be serious about a relationship. After her failed marriage, she doesn’t even consider getting into another relationship. Mia is happy watching her children grow into happy adults.
I had a few issues with this Novel in general. It had editing issues, especially in the first half. The second half when the action picked up between Isabella (the feral vampire) and Nathan, there were a lot less editing problems. I did like the theme of the story. But I found both Mia and Nathan to be annoying in places. I wanted Nathan to just tell Mia to get over it. And I found that Mia was a little bit of a hypocrite. I didn’t mind the religious tones in the book but it felt forced by the end.
It was a really fast read and I really got into the second half of the book. I loved Mia’s children and I liked the fact that Mia was middle aged. I’m looking forward to Tiffany’s book.