Guided only by instinct and a strange attraction to a man she's never met, Erin must traverse time and space to save the worlds from her father's oppression.
Upon finding an ancient spell book, Erin Doherty is sent spiraling into a realm that she never knew existed—a place where her father, the male who abandoned her, lives like a king, lording over all, and her brother, Soren Vidar, fights to free the worlds from his oppression.
Escorted by her brother’s oldest friend, Jakob Väsen, Erin is welcomed into the home of the fiercest warriors in Soren’s rebellion. There, she joins the males in their crusade to rid their lives of the tyranny that they have long been accustomed to, and in turn, they vow to keep her from becoming yet another weapon in her father’s never-ending arsenal of magic wielders.
With an increasingly desperate need to avenge her father’s wicked deeds, and an overwhelming attraction to Jakob, Erin soon finds herself immersed in a destiny unlike anything she could have ever imagined.
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I really enjoyed book one so I was into this one at the very first word and it did not disappoint. There were parts at the beginning with the whole gang that I laughed so dang hard I almost cried. Loved it! Please please please tell me there is going to be more to this series!!!! There is adult content.
I loved the first book and loved the second book even more. Characters revisited, new characters added and more about Norse mythology! Can't wait to read the next one!!
Everything PNR should be
As a child I always loved Norse mythology, and this book more than awakens that love in my adult life. The Fire Within the Night is the second installment of the Night Aberrations series and it is a wonderful mix of everything the paranormal romance should be. It has magic, mayhem, betrayal, passion, witty and bawdy dialogue and wonderful characters. Author JD Nelson has woven a spectacular world of her own creation into the existing Norse pantheon, and it is an extraordinary read that I couldn't put down. Having read the first book (which is a good idea if you want to start this series), I was delighted when this one was published and am anxious for the next which will make its debut soon. If gods and goddesses, fairies and giants, and all sorts of magical creatures on your fantasy radar, you owe it to yourself to start this series.