Book Review

by Larissa Ione

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

RT Rating

The exceptionally entertaining Ione kicks off a sexy new vampire series that explores their struggle for survival and independence. In this world, humans have kept vampires as slaves, but times are changing and vampires are rebelling — with violent consequences. Ione does what she does best: deliver paranormal romance with a sexy and dangerous bite!

As a child, Dr. Nicole Martin loved her vampire nanny, Terese, but during an uprising, much of Nicole’s family and Terese were killed. Nicole now works at the Daedelus corporation, hoping to find a vaccine against vampirism — and possibly wipe out vampires completely. Riker of the Moonbound clan is haunted by the death of his mate Terese. When a visiting vampire from another clan is kidnapped by Daedelus, Riker knows they must rescue their guest or his clan will be slaughtered. Discovering Nicole while breaking into the compound proves fortuitous, since she is an ideal hostage. But Riker doesn’t count on being attracted to a mortal enemy. (POCKET, Oct., 400 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: POCKET

Published: October 2013

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4 Stars

Average Rating: 4 Stars
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LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of Bound by Night

Submitted by MichelleLOlson on October 3, 2013 - 11:00am.

Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Chelle:
*eARC received from Edelwiess

I love delving into the imagination of Larissa Ione, and having a new world and new characters to get lost in was amazing. Did I love it as much as Demonica or Lords of Deliverance, no, but did I thoroughly enjoy it? Absolutely!!

Bound by Night has alpha males with attitude & snarkiness that we've come to know and love from Larissa, strong females, a world built on intricate history, a story rife with tension, emotion and drama... It was all there and more. Plus I absolutely loved how Larissa drew on her Native American roots with Vampires, when we generally only see that with Weres & Shifters.

All in all, my first impression thoughts here, I really enjoyed Bound by Night and will certainly be looking forward to the coming books of the series - there was so much opportunity set up in book one for some truly incredible characters' stories, it will be a joy to take their journeys when the time comes.

Definitely recommended and I am certainly looking forward to August of 2014 for Chained by Night, Hunter's book.