Book Review

MIDNIGHT CRYSTAL
by Jayne Castle

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

2010 Futuristic Romance Nominee

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Castle, aka Jayne Ann Krentz, completes her cross-genre Dreamlight trilogy with a humorous and exciting finale following the descendants of friends turned enemies, Nicholas Winters and Sylvester Jones. As always, Castle has the perfect formula, mixing together the right amounts of sexy fun, offbeat humor and perilous danger.

As the new Ghost Hunter Guild boss of Frequency City, Adam Winters already has his hands full without the added pressure of an ancient genetic twist. Adam seems to be the recipient of the Winters curse, and unless he can find the burning lamp and a powerful dreamlight expert to work it, he’s in danger of turning into a psychotic Cerberus.

Marlowe Jones is running the somewhat struggling Jones & Jones P.I. firm. When Adam requests her assistance in finding the missing lamp, she agrees. She gets more danger than she expected, for they soon find the force powering the recently discovered Underworld may be on the verge of destruction. (JOVE, Sep., 416 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: JOVE

Published: September 2010

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Midnight Crystal

Submitted by hcabm on September 2, 2010 - 11:34am.

This book has several aspects going for it.

The first are two strong main characters. I love a feisty female and in this case the pairing of Adam Winters with her struck just the right note.
Marlowe Jones is a compassionate and strong heroine. She tries to help where she can but is nobody’s fool.
Adam Winters is the ultimate alpha male.

It had elements of danger and intrigue. I also enjoyed the secondary characters in the story.

I found it to be a satisfying conclusion to the Dream light series.