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eBook Hunting Midnight (Berkley Sensation) ePub

  • ISBN: 0739438794
  • Category: Erotica
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group (2003)
  • ePub book: 1460 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1739 kb
  • Other: lit txt lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 517


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Series: Berkley Sensation. Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages. ISBN-10: 9780425235997.

Hunting Midnight (Midnight, Published November 4th 2003 by Berkley Books. Paperback, 304 pages. Published by Berkley Sensation. Author(s): Emma Holly (Goodreads Author).

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Издательство: Berkley Sensation. Серия: Bluebonnet, Serendipity, Hope.

Серия: Roaring Twenties From the author of Grim Shadows and Bitter Spirits comes the new Roaring Twenties novel in the series hailed as Boardwalk Empire meets Ghost Hunters, but so much better (Molly Harper, national bestselling author of the Jane Jameson series). Feisty flapper Astrid Magnusson is home from college and yearning for the one thing that’s always been off limits: Bo Yeung, her notorious bootlegging brother’s second-in-command. Издательство: Berkley Sensation. Passions ignite in these all-new stories from four bestselling masters of contemporary romance.

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After he's betrayed by his longtime lover, Ulric-the leader of a pack of shape-shifting immortals-takes to the streets of Bridesmere. It is there that he introduces an innocent young maiden to the sensuous delights of searing passion. But will he grant her immortality, or will he cast her from his life and send her back to the treacherous world beyond the caves?


Raniconne Raniconne
I purchased this book after having it sit on my wish list for a long time. I really enjoy the occasional Emma Holly book, but this series is not for me. It is unbelievably boring. I skimmed full chapters hoping something exciting would happen. The love scenes are tepid at best, which I would be okay with if I were more invested in the mythology. I'm not. I'm bummed I spent almost [$6] for this kindle book, but I won't be returning it for a refund. At least Emma Holly can write well, with minimal grammatical errors or plot deficiencies, but I'm disappointed this series is so dull and I won't be reading any more of it.
Delagamand Delagamand
Setting - England, Bridesmere 1370 --- Enter the world of Emma Holly, an author that will spin you another tale of the Upyr - shape shifting immortals. Upyrs are generally content to stay hidden in their own woods - running in packs and feeding off of the animal inhabitants of the forest. Except, Ulric, leader of the pack, betrayed by his long time lover, has left the safety of the forest and now roams the streets of Bridesmere to see what humans have to offer. Would it be fate then that on these streets he would meet Juliana Buxton, the once dutiful daughter of a successful merchant? Fleeing from a betrothal with a much older and wealthier man, Juliana noticed the aura surrounding Ulric - which in it's own way was unusual for a human to see. Ulric who was in the process of `thralling' a crowd, as would a `pied piper', immediately sensed Juliana and the attraction would be mutual. Learning of her plight he agrees to assist her in an escape, mainly as a step in seducing her, but as the two travel across the land to his domain, Juliana on an erotic journey of her own in which there was no return, would be the one to enthrall Ulric who fought hard against feelings for any woman -- his feelings still raw from so recent a betrayal of the woman he had loved for so long.
In a word - WOW! This is Emma Holly who, in my mind, is rapidly becoming one of the most amazingly sensual erotic writers of the decade! Yes, I read the first book in the series, CATCHING MIDNIGHT, and loved it as I became acquainted with the race of Upyrs. In this sequel, which is easily a stand alone, you will be introduced again to these shape-shifting immortals and be in for the treat of your lives if you like your reading sprinkled liberally with BLAZINGLY HOT and sensually explicit encounters coupled with a beautiful and tender `love' story! What more can I say - the story is solid, the characters are well defined, it introduces you to new characters (Bastien and Emile), brings back some of the older lovable ones, yet still lets you feel the emotions of tenderness that only a beautiful love story can do. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and can only hope to see a continuation with Bastien's story in the very near future. --- Marilyn, Official Reviewer for [...]
Carrot Carrot
Hunting Midnight is a marvelous page turner of romance and sensuality. Very hard to put down.
Vizuru Vizuru
5 stars for the book, author & series
4 stars for the seller
Lli Lli
I read this based on the enthusiastic reviews listed here.
But I've got to say I was veeerrrrry disappointed. Maybe if I hadn't read Ms. Holly's fantastically hot "Menage" first ( which someone here listed as a good comparison--all I can say is--WHAT?!), I wouldn't have found the love scenes here so lackluster. But alas, I was bored. I found the other werewolf/vampire type creatures rather boring too. Sorry to all of you who loved this book. I simply did not.
Talvinl Talvinl
Honestly, I've had the book for over a month and i keep trying to get into it - NOT HAPPENING. I had read other books by Holly and I love the paranormal romances. However, this held nothing in it for me. Try her erotica for a good read. For paranormal - read Sherrilyn Kenyon!
Rageseeker Rageseeker
Emma Holly weaves a wonderful storyline with memorable characters and steamy lovescenes into a delightful read. I recommend this book highly. When you add the other two books it makes for a delightful and entertaining event you will enjoy very much!
Hunting Midnight by Emma Holly is a beautifully written historical erotic paranormal romance. There aren't many authors in this exclusive niche, so I was curious to see how her story compared to others I've read. I wasn't disappointed, though it wasn't as compelling a read as I like. The hero, Ulric, felt two-dimensional for the first half of the book but won me as a worthy alpha-male by the end. Juliana was resistant to his wolf's thrall, though not entirely immune, so I found this young virgin's eagerness to spread her legs and then leave town to traipse hundreds of miles through 1370 English countryside to the wilds of Scotland with a complete stranger a bit unbelievable. The author uses magic and destiny to later explain why they seem to act against all common sense, and in some moments, against their natures; but it's not clear during the meet and the getting-to-know-you period. Ms. Holly is, as I mentioned, a truly talented writer and she pulls you into the experience of this story with the characters, which is what kept me reading. There are enough surprises and interesting twists on established lore to make this a book worth checking out. It is a true romance, so the HEA will leave you satisfied with the ending.