July 18, 2006
Rating: 4 Cups
Allison Parker is a resident ghost hunter. After her brother’s death, it became her passion. When she meets the Templars, who are cursed to the dark, she unlocks many secrets.
Sebastian of Rydon has been cursed. After hundreds of years of knowing only blood and death, Allie awakes the spirit in him.
Allie’s fun time is hanging out in the graveyard and watching the spirits rise. Her paths crossed with the Templars after some other vampires thought she would make a nice meal. When the Templars arrived and saved her, she was surprised the medieval vampires had used swords to destroy the others. The Templars are in search of the Daystar, a Druid relic that must not drop into the wrong hands of certain vampires. Sebastian is searching for it but Allie is not helping matters by desiring to nose around Randall Manor, his sanctuary. Others in his household may think she is harmless, but he thinks otherwise. The ghost hunter can stay away. Every time she is near, she sends him into a hunger hard to control. As the two draw closer, neither imagined the delightful and dangerous consequences that would unfold.
Midnight Sun is one biting good read. The dialogue, along with the sparks between Allie and Sebastian is electrifying. Sebastian drips with sex appeal and the chemistry the two shares is exhilarating. All the Templars have a certain air to them that make this story spectacular. Ms. Lyons pens a fabulous cast of characters in this tale of vampires that mesmerizes. Her writing is tight and allows the reader to feel the story as it flows smoothly. She paints a visual portrait that keeps the reader entertained in this page-turner. This is my first book by Ms. Lyons and it promises not to be my last.
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