Reviewed by Sandy Wolters
Guest Reviewer for the Paranormal Romance Guild
He’s a powerful immortal warrior. She’s his human mate that’s torn from his grasp the night before their wedding. Hundreds of years pass as he mourns the only woman his heart will accept.
Let me preface this review by stating that I have not read book 1 in this series. The author did a wonderful job for those of us that do not get a chance to read series books in order. The only thing I felt lacking was a better explanation of the type of supernatural character the book deals with. I thoroughly enjoyed the fact that the author didn’t go with the ordinary paranormal being. I feel certain, though, that was probably dealt with in the first book. I will tell you, the book ends in a cliffhanger but the storyline and characters in Forever at Midnight came to a conclusion so the reader doesn’t feel cheated in any way. As a matter of fact, the ending gives you something to look forward to in the following book.
This book was a fast paced read and lots of fun. I enjoyed how the storyline and characters came together. The fight scenes were intense and so was the loving. This book was right up my alley. The only criticisms I have are at points I was taken aback by the lead male’s thoughts regarding the circumstances the woman he’s pined for all of these years had to survive. There was a bit of redundancy in areas. But when you’ve got such a great plot and characters to lose yourself into, these are small criticisms that any reader can overlook.
Kudos to Ms. Cate! I recommend this book to all of those that enjoy a good read about alpha males and the women they love.