Book Review

POSSESS ME AT MIDNIGHT
by Shayla Black

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Internal turmoil is hampering the fight against an evil wizard in the third chapter of Black's magical Doomsday Brethren saga. Passions based on sexual desire and anger torment this hero, making a mockery of his name, Ice. The volatile emotions in this tale are truly combustible!

With her brother and leader Bram in a coma due to a magical attack, Sabelle must make some tough choices. The brethren are losing ground, the Doomsday diary must be protected and since it can only be handled by a female, Sabelle is elected.

With Bram's house under attack, Sabelle flees with the man her brother despises, the supposedly insane Ice. Knowing Bram would never let his sister mate with a lower-class "Deprived," Ice has kept his attraction to Sabelle secret, but when he's wounded, the raw emotions can no longer be denied. If they survive, there'll be emotional and political hell to pay.

(POCKET, Nov., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Pocket

Published: November 2009

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