- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- November 2016
- Book 5 of Itayu Lake
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ, New Adult, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Adriano has left his coven seeking solace away from the city life—and his cheating ex-boyfriend, Lyle. He comes to Itáyu Lake and discovers a complication he never wanted: Ignacio. Though he never wished to find his mate, Adriano isn't dumb enough to ignore fate.
Ignacio was getting tired of waiting. After months of waiting on this lake, his mate still hadn't showed. A full moon night changes that when Adriano literally drops from the sky and into his arms. He realizes he's got a lot of work to do to convince his mate they belong together, but he's willing to do it.
Instantly, sparks fly between the two. Their relationship is complicated when Adriano's past follows him to Itáyu. In the middle of all this, Hunters have returned to figure out what happened to Butch and what is really going on at Spirit Valley and Itáyu Lake. When Ignacio and Adriano get involved, things turn dangerous—for both sides.
Nov 28, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
123 people found the following review helpful
MIDNIGHT ROMANCE is the fifth book in the Itayu Lake series, and we reunite with Ignacio, the demon who has helped previous mated pairs. This time, it's his turn. His mate is a vampire, and he literally falls out of the sky into Ignacio's arms. Whilst Ignacio could have completed the claiming rite that very night, he waits, mainly because Adriano is delirious, and Ignacio refuses to claim his mate unaware.
Not only do these two have the new bond to complete, but they also have Adriano's old lover, Lyle to contend with. Also, the Hunters are back, determined to find out more about the preternaturals that live peacefully on Itayu Lake. We meet two possible (new) pairs that I hope to hear about very soon - Lyle and Kai, and Shaw and Zhuang. The issue with the Hunters still isn't over, so I look forward to reading more in this series.
Very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, I have no hesitation in recommending this book, although I would also recommend that you start at the beginning, just to get the full impact!
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