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- Print Length: 329 pages
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- 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: #494,999 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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*** One thing I can say about reading Norah Wilson - you won't find her subject matter boring! Especially when she makes her characters come fully to life, even if the those characters just might happen to be the undead! Having read the first book in this series, THE MERZETTI EFFECT, I knew where the gist of the story was heading. Hunter vampires like Aiden, were trying to weed out and stop the Rogue vampires who were killing their victims indiscriminately. When Aiden discovered that Sam Shea was having psychic dreams of where the next rogue attacks were going to happen, he had to convince Sam to help and guide him to wherever her sightings took her.
Wilson did a marvelous job of fleshing out Sam with just the right talents that made her character totally believable. At one time the dreams/visions Sam had were her "heads up" as to where to go to get her world renown photographs of violent weather phenomenons, however with Aiden in her vicinity she was having visions of a different sort. When she accompanied Aiden on his rendezvous to catch the rogue vampires, Sam was convinced to work with him. Unfortunately, and to make life interesting Ms. Wilson had to produce some angst and danger which she did in a most remarkable and creative way when Sam and Aiden were caught in a vicious trap by a gathering of rogues. Suffice it to say, I was amazed at how they got out of that one.
Bottom line: Ms. Wilson has created books that I have been thrilled and excited to read. She grabs me on the first page and doesn't let go. So if you're a paranormal fan looking for excitement and some very sensual and steamy love scenes, NIGHTFALL may be just the ticket! AND, if you want Romantic Suspense you just might want to try her Serve and Protect series, which I found to be - Awesome!
Marilyn Rondeau, for [...]
Nightfall tells the story of Dr. Delano Bowen's most trusted friend and vampire hunter Aiden Afflack. Aiden, a vampire himself has made it his lifelong mission to hunt and kill rogue vampires who prey on weak humans, who feeds on their helplessness to boost whatever high it is that they get from preying on the weak.
Samantha Shea is a photographer; the type who captures the beauty that is nature in its most violent forms. Quite accidentally Sam's unerring visions that leads her to the freakish happenstances of nature collides with that of Aiden's presence alerting her to rogue vampire activities which puts her in the path of the too sexy for his own good Aiden.
When Aiden finds out that Sam has an innate ability which lets her hone in on rogue vampires, Aiden finds himself striking a bargain with the woman whose photographs adorn all his properties in the various parts of the world to help him and his mentor in their quest to prevent the nefarious activities of vampires who go rogue.
From the very first moment that Sam lays eyes on Aiden, she can't deny the powerful lure that the sexy vampire is on all her senses. Though Sam would like nothing more than to bury her head in the sand and forget that Aiden and what he does exists, the inherent goodness deep inside of her doesn't allow her to stand aside whilst she has the ability to do something to help.
Aiden has never found himself at the receiving end of a woman who has ever been able to say no to his charms ever since he embraced vampirism more than a century back. But in Sam, Aiden finds a woman who is helplessly drawn to him as he is to her and yet draws on that inner strength to say no until she is well and ready to surrender. Being never one to back down from a challenge and because Sam intrigues him in a way that no woman has in a long, long time, Aiden finds himself in a game of seduction that proves to be as alluring for the reader as it is for Sam.
Aiden and Sam's story is quite different from The Merzetti Effect in the sense that it is less intense in nature. Aiden though a vampire and a hunter of his own species is a pretty charming guy with a heart that believes that the choices he had made which had turned him a vampire are ones that he should be ashamed of, which makes him tortured enough to be that more alluring.
Aiden and Sam together is a heartwarming combination. They tend to have the best conversations and I say this because through each and every single one of them, I found a reason to smile and be completely immersed in their banter even through the most hair raising moments of the story.
Sam's character once again proves how Norah ALWAYS manages to deliver heroines who are so easy to fall in love with right from the very start. The way Sam admits her growing attraction to Aiden without being all coy about it, and how she gives all of herself to him when she realizes the error of her ways were facets of her character that I fell so much in love with.
The romance and attraction between Aiden and Sam which starts out with the I-must-have-you-now type of lust and transforms into a love so tender and beautiful towards the end was one of the best aspects of the story. Though Norah does introduce us to a couple more intriguing characters about whom I would LOVE to know more of, together with the tough and sexy Eli Grayson, sadly there is no indication as to whose story she would publish next in this series.
Though Nightfall didn't turn out to be as fantastic as the first book which still remains my favorite, I still enjoyed this vampire romance immensely and would recommend this to fans of Norah Wilson and fans of vampire romances featuring a sinfully sexy vampire hero who just makes your toes curl in anticipation whenever he is around!
A romance that flows smoothly and is beautiful in its sensuality, Nightfall is a novel that once again proves Norah's ability to never fail in delivering exactly what the reader wants!
Reviewed by: Maldivian Book Reviewer (MBR)