Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Review - Deeper Than Midnight - Lara Adrian

Deeper Than Midnight (Midnight Breed, #9)Deeper Than Midnight by Lara Adrian

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It has been so long since I delved into the lives of the Midnight Breed. This book had all of them in it, and I loved it for that. I got to peek into what was happening with them. I got to see the joys and the heartaches. And there are plenty of both in this one.

Hunter - yay, Hunter. I am so glad to see his personality surface in this book. I was afraid he was more robot than Breed in the earlier books, and a lot was made clearer in this book how Dragos shaped his Hunters.

I liked Corinne, she's a fighter, and went after what she wanted. I liked her and Hunter together. And I loved the little twists in the plot.

The ending of this left me hanging. I need the next one now because this one just ended - Bam! - like a chapter ending, not a whole book.

I'm excited to read Chase's story, and I really, really hope he finds redemption. I have always liked him and it has hurt to watch him slide. Especially the things he does in this one. Ouch.

A short review, because I liked it and I'm panting to find out what happens in the next one.

If you haven't read this series yet, you must.

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1 comment:

  1. Hunter and Corinne's love story was beautiful, yet so complicated. I love Hunter and the history behind the strong silent deadly man. It left the plot open for the next book; I can not wait to see what happens with Harvard aka Chase. You also got insight into the past characters to still feel connected to their lives and their growth.