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#26: A Gate of Night - Bella Forrest

Welcome back to The Shade...

Derek and Sofia are finally enjoying a well-deserved break. Staying at a resort with good food, sun and sea, Sofia is thrilled to witness Derek's re-introduction to the human world.

They would almost be mistaken for a normal young couple, if it were not for the red-eyed monster lurking in the shadows and watching their every move, waiting for his signal to pounce...


  • Kindle: 3512 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • ASIN: B00IY3GO7S




Recommended reading order:
A Shade Of Vampire (Book 1)
A Shade Of Blood (Book 2)
A Castle Of Sand (Book 3)
A Shadow Of Light (Book 4)
A Blaze Of Sun (Book 5)
A Gate of Night (Book 6)


My review for book 1, A Shade of Vampire
My review for book 2, A Shade of Blood
My review for book 3, A Castle of Sand
My review for book 4, A Shadow of Light
My review for book 5, A Blaze of Sun


REVIEW:
At the end of every book I find myself saying the same thing... I want more! This time was the same result. 
Through all 6 books, you can't help but root for Sophia, this amazing woman, and Derek, this mysterious vampire king, and their relationship. Strange anyone would expect a mortal woman and a vampire to be in love, but you do. You really get pulled into the lives of these two, including everyone and everything around them. Their story, their world, is unlike any other paranormal series I have read. 
Now at the end of this book, I have to say also the most exciting book in the series, I am with my mouth agape and slightly stunned. I don't know how to react. I do know I NEED book 7. I am pretty much going to go crazy until I read it. That's for sure. This 'thing' at the end is stuck to me like glue.
Superb writing in this one. Bella entices the reader with her twists and turns full of action, adventure, loyalty and love. If you haven't checked this series out already, do it. 


5/5

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