Title: Night’s Surrender
Author: Amanda Ashley
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Amanda Ashley is one of those rare birds – a California native. She’s lived in Southern California her whole life and loves it (except for the earthquakes). She and her husband share a home with a fluffy Pomeranian named Lady, a tortoise named Buddy, and a wild sparrow named Tweety.
Amanda and her alter ego, Madeline Baker, have written over 50 books, many of which have appeared on various bestseller lists, including the New York Times List, the Waldenbooks Bestseller list, and the USA Today list. Not bad for someone who started writing just for the fun of it.
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She had heard that, in another year or so, those would be obsolete and man and computer would communicate with thought waves.
His voice, deep and whiskey-rough, moved over her like a caress.
She had intended for her reply to be saucy and flirtatious; instead, it emerged as a husky whisper. What was there about this man that she found so irresistible? It was more than his devastating good looks, more than the rich timbre of his voice. Something primal within him called to something wild and untouched within the deepest part of her being in ways she recognized but didn’t understand. She was meant to be his, she thought, as he was meant to be hers.
It wasn’t until Nick had put her in a cab and she was on her way home that Abbey stopped to wonder how he knew her middle name.
Review of Night’s Surrender
Review (4 Stars): I’m very sad that this is the last book in the Children of the Night series and I have to say that this story is my favorite out of all of them. Abbey was an aspiring actress who had decided that acting wasn’t for her and was looking for a job when she met Nick. Nick has spent most of his life alone, when he learns that the person who made him, has regained their humanity and plans to find her when he meets Abbey. These two are great together and you could see the attraction from the moment that they met one another. I enjoyed the storyline between these two characters and discovering whether or not he was just using Abbey to get to her godmother. They learned so much from one another and I understood the dilemma that Abbey went through deciding if she would take the “dark gift” or not.
Night’s Surrender is a great addition to this fabulous series and even though this book can be a stand alone, I recommend that you start with the first one, Night’s Kiss. I know that you will enjoy this series as much as I do and spending time in this interesting vampire world.