Never trust a vampire.I might have learned that lesson the hard way. But when I find myself in a vampire-owned bar, I don't have much of a choice. With vampires still trying to assimilate into mainstream society, I've done Lucas King a favor by stopping one of his patrons from draining a human dry in the basement of his bar. A favor he'd prefer to repay in bed than in kind.Vampires and witches have had more than a jaded history, and when witches start showing up dead in surrounding covens, all signs point to something old and powerful. Something that knows the ways of the witches.Something--or someone--like Lucas. What's worse than trusting a vampire? Falling in love with one.
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Dead of Night #1
This book kept me reading continuously until I finished! So so good. Loved the characters and the non-stop action. Can’t wait to read book 2
Best series ever!
This was my first book by Emily Goodwin and it most definitely will not be my last!!
I fell hard for this story and these characters. The world Emily Goodwin created was so magical. Reading this book was like watching a movie play out in front of me. I could picture everything so vividly, while also having the creative space to make the world my own as well.
Callie is such a tough, bada**, women and I LOVE it!! Callie is someone I could picture myself being best friends with. I mean, come on, she’s tough, loyal, loves to read, is a witch, what’s not to love!
And Lucas...my goodness this gorgeous specimen. Lucas is not only attractive physically, but his whole demeanor calls to me. He’s fiercely loyal to those he loves, he’s a gentleman, he’s a sexy as sin vampire with a dirty mouth, and is everything you could want in a man, undead or not.
The chemistry between Callie and Lucas is off the charts. Their chemistry is so strong, so all-consuming, so fierce. Their instant attraction turned into so much more. Their protectiveness and loyalty to one another is breathtaking. To see how they interact on a regular, how they open themselves up after staying closed off for so long is beautiful. But, particularly, seeing how they fill this emptiness in each other they never thought they’d fill is stunning.
I cannot say enough incredible things about this book. I am chomping at the bit for book 2!