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Shadows In The Night: In The Night Series - Book 2 Kindle Edition
Cinead MacVicar yearns to be free of his need to drink blood. So when his search for an escape leads him to a fairy-pool cave, the conflicted fiend is enthralled by its magical inhabitant’s offer to change him back into a human. But as the metamorphosis begins, his peaceful hamlet falls under attack from a roving band of bloodsuckers.
Refusing to abandon the innocent villagers to a fate worse than death, Cinead’s fear and rage only increase when his guerilla rescue attempt unveils the gang leader as his vampiric sire. And even after his surging mortality places him at a deadly disadvantage, he vows to put his own life on the line for one shot at exacting revenge.
Will Cinead’s secrets nail him in a coffin for eternity?
Shadows In The Night is the spellbinding second novella in the In The Night Series of supernatural fantasies. If you like tormented heroes, deep-rooted friendships, and powerful conjurings, then you’ll love C. McIntosh’s fanged fairytale.Buy Shadows In The Night to drive a stake through wicked hearts today!
- ASIN : B09XKTMK5N
- Publication date : April 8, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 3161 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 129 pages
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The story revolves around Cinead and Leo, great friends and vampires. However, one is feeling a bit discontent with everything. This is where the plot thickens. The beginning of the story lags a bit, but it also provides much-needed information. The story covers vengeance that has been lingering from book 1.
There was a slight plot twist that I really loved; it added a little dimension to the story. And I adored the epilogue. I also loved that there wasn’t a romance component to this story. It would have just seemed out of place. I enjoyed the connections that were created through Cinead, but it would have been nice to know a little more about the village. Readers probably get more about the village in book 1. Overall, I enjoyed this story, but you definitely want to read this in order…