- File Size: 800 KB
- Print Length: 329 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Norah Wilson (October 28, 2011)
- Publication Date: October 28, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0060ROSHI
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,005 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Anyone who relishes a good "vampire" love story will enjoy reading about the sexy vampire, Aiden Afflack. As a vampire Aiden indulges in "consensual" feeding during sex, but he's also a successful vampire hunter--out to stop rogue vampires from killing innocent victims. When Sam Shea photographs a real vampire attack, she's thrust into a deadly battle between vampires. Sam's a psychic whose vivid dreams lead her to dangerous places before an event takes place. She makes her living capturing dramatic shots of lightning and twisters. Suddenly her dreams direct her to the sites of vampire attacks. Aiden believes she could lead him to victims before an attack, and he's determined to stop deadly predators. Will Sam risk her life to save innocents? Does she dare trust Aiden, an admitted vampire who makes her blood tingle? She's curious and tempted by the attraction, but she's cautious.
If you're tired of gory vampire stories and relish a steamy romance, you must read this book. There's plenty of suspense and danger, but Sam's not a delicate damsel in distress. She's gutsy and smart. Aiden is not a weak-willed parasite who feeds on society; he deliberately decided to become a vampire to gain the strength to kill them. Together Sam and Aiden could become a team that strikes fear in their enemies. Can they escape the group of evil vampires who decide to track them down? Read this book and enjoy a guilty pleasure of your own. You won't be sorry.
Samantha "Sam" Shea it's a very successful photographer specializing in extreme weather phenomenon. The key to her success...Sam dreams of these weather events before they happen. However, one night Sam is drawn not to twister or meteorite, but to the presence of a vampire. Turns out being near one morphs her weather visions into visions of rogue vampire attacks.
Aiden Afflack is very good at what he does. But tracking and killing the rogue vamps takes time; time their defenceless victims don't have. But with Sam at his side, Aiden can easily pinpoint the rogues before they move on to the next meal. All he has to do is talk Sam into changing her entire life, not so hard for the sexy, charming Aiden Afflack.
All to soon though, the usually loner rogues band together and Sam and Aiden find themselves in situation that neither one may escape.
This book was great. Now that I've had a chance to read more of Norah Wilson's books, I truly see what a great writer she is. The suspence in Nightfall was off the charts towards the end. I was truly scared for both Aiden and Sam. Also, Wilson has a knack for strong female leads that aren't too perfect. Sam and Ainsley both have believable character flaws on top of a level head and strong backbone. And don't get me started on Delano and Aiden. Both are infuriating and selfish and high-handed. Neither of them give either woman a choice. But they are so charming and fall so deeply in love with the girls..it's hard to not forgive them.
I did have one major problem with this book. I was three quarters of the way done before I felt a true plot coming. Yes, they battle rogue vamps and there is plenty of back and forth in the love department, but I felt very little of a true, core problem that's necessary to a satisfying resolution. And even once I got to that vital issue, the nameless, faceless protagonist is hardly even mentioned. I wanted another Janecek; an adversary great enough to equal Aiden, who is basically an army within himself.
Because of this, I felt the ending fell a bit flat. The love between Aiden and Sam was solidified and there were enough new vampires mentioned for another book ( Hopefully? Yes!?!?), but I didn't put down Nightfall with the gusto that I did of The Merzetti Effect. It won't stop me from reading more of Norah Wilson by any means, I just hope the next book is a bit more climatic.