Amy Carmichael is a single mom raising
three kids without child support from her cheating attorney
ex-husband. Barely able to make ends meet, the only time she
has to herself is after the kids are asleep. Then she steals
off to her porch with a glass of wine. Itís here she
encounters her sexy and reclusive next door neighbor.
Thereís a reason Aiden Reed prowls
around at night and has replaced his normal house windows
with tinted glass. Heís a several-hundred-year-old vampire.
Part of a vampire police force, heís come to town to track
and kill a rogue vampire. Aiden spends his free time
watching Amy and pining for a life and a family he canít
Add a deranged killer, a Boy Scout
outing, and a lightly touched upon and forbidden practice of
changing vampires into humans. Shake well.
I have mixed feelings about this story.
On one hand, Ms. Cullen created an intriguing vampire story
-- no easy task in the glutted vampire marketplace. On the
other hand, I feel the storyís somewhat short length
detracts from an otherwise pleasurable read. Several plot
points could have been more fully addressed if the story
would have been stretched to novel length. The romantic
scenes are very well written though if you are looking for a
highly erotic piece, you may be disappointed. All in all,
Night Song will satisfy your fang fixation, so
donít hesitate to add it to your vampire or paranormal