Print Length: 288 pages /Publisher: Entangled: Select Otherworld
Publication Date: September 25, 2017 / Sold by: Macmillan
When artist Brie Lark left her vampire ex and her straitjacket of a hometown to breathe free in New York City, she promised herself two things: she’d never go back to Meiers Corner, and no more vampires. The last thing she expected—or wanted—was to be sent back home on an assignment. But her boss at the FBI needs her undercover on a murder case, working with a black-haired, black-eyed giant god of a man who’s her idea of perfection, except for one thing—he’s a vampire.
FBI Special Agent Seb Rikare is an ancient vampire hardened by loss. He’s cut all emotions to protect himself and leads a deliberately steady, almost sterile life. The brash young woman forced to pose as his lover irritates him, with her jangling bracelets and colorful hair. But as much as she irritates him, he finds himself drawn to her lively spirit and he’s tempted to make fantasy a reality.
This would be my first title ever read by author Mary Hughes. Night’s Caress synopsis is what made me want to read the book.
Night’s Caress is a first-person/third person narrative, with the book based on Brie Lark POV. Right there is what made it so difficult to get into the story. If this book would have just stayed with one narrative maybe then I could have adjusted to the storyline. Therefore, it was a struggle and I only got through two chapters and couldn’t finish the book. Maybe, when I don’t have anything else to read I may come back to this story.
USA Today Bestselling Author Mary Hughes writes steamy paranormal romances and wickedly fun romantic adventures, stories that crackle with action and love. Challenging, smart alpha men—and women not afraid of a challenge. Oh, do the sparks fly when he meets THE woman guaranteed to infuriate and inflame him most.