- File Size: 796 KB
- Print Length: 262 pages
- Publisher: ImaJinn Books (July 12, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 12, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B011JD9TYO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #274,667 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Midnight Kiss (Touched by Midnight Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Louis Radman is a tormented, lonely, but gorgeous man who has roamed the earth for 300 years as a vampire. He is desperate to regain the life that was cruelly taken from him so many years ago. Louis seeks the help of a physician, Stuart Howland, to cure his blood malady in hopes of reclaiming his mortal life and also claiming the good doctor's daughter, Arabella, as his wife. When a blood transfusion seems to work, Louis takes Arabella as his wife, and they dream of a long, happy life together. Unfortunately, nightmares from his past return to claim Louis and his new mortal bride. Louis finds himself in a battle for their lives and future.
Arabella Howland works as her father's physician assistant. She is smart, curious, outspoken, pretty and in love with her father's strange patient. She doesn't know why her father is treating Louis Radman. She just knows she is drawn to him like a moth to a flame as he stirs before unknown desires in her. Her greatest wish is realized when Louis asks her to marry him. Little does she know that her dream will soon turn into a nightmare that does not disappear with the sunrise. Her life, as well as the lives of everyone she has ever loved, are exposed to the most horrific tragedy imaginable.
I was quickly drawn into the plot and these character's lives as they battle the ultimate evil for a chance at eternal love. Midnight Kiss is mesmerizing, addictive, and beautifully written. The historical setting is so real that it becomes another character in this book. Fans of historical romance and/or paranormal romance will love this story. It comes in as one of my all time favorites. A must read!
Midnight Kiss is book 1 in the Touched by Midnight Series. It's the story of a young woman named Bella who spends her days as an assistant for her father, a recognized physician. As a young lady of a certain historical period in London, Bella is fully expected to marry and live out her life as a doting wife. She is no where near ready to settle down and marry. Eventually, she's introduced to a mysterious patient named Louis who is seeking a cure for his condition from Bella's father. Of course, Louis and Bella fall in love and Bella eventually comes to find that Louis has a dark secret in that he is a vampire. Louis also has his own dark demons from his past that try to interfere with Louis's plans for him and Bella. Since this is the first book in a series, it does end on a cliffhanger.
This was my first book by Nancy Gideon. Decent pace. Didn't really find myself getting too bored. I found some parts of the story to be predictable. Love scenes weren't too overly done, so if you're looking for an erotic vampire novel, this is not for you. Personally, I appreciated how the author handled the love scenes. The character development was a little choppy. I had a difficult time believing that a woman as strong and intelligent as Bella would just fall all over herself for a man she had just met. The vampire aspects of the book were nothing out of the ordinary. I read a lot of vampire novels, so I was hoping that maybe this author would provide something new. As a scientist, I did appreciate the attempt at adding a medical explanation to the vampire story. I do plan to continue with the series since the cliffhanger left me intrigued.