Noah, the usually in control and stoic
King of the Demons, is uncharacteristically uneasy. Noah is
no exception to the rules that bind all Nightwalkers. He
feels the need during Samhain just like they all do. Lately
his need for his mate is becoming almost unbearable though.
He dreams of her every night but never sees her face. He
doesn’t know who she is, or where she is, but he knows she
is “the one.”.
Kestra Irons has spent most of her life
as independent and in control as possible. Lately her erotic
dreams of an unknown man are rocking her tough façade. With
help, Noah finally meets Kestra but the meeting is nothing
like he hoped. Not only are they surrounded by danger but
also Kestra is fighting him tooth and nail. Noah has his
work cut out for him convincing Kestra that they were
destined to be together as a new threat is poised to destroy
the Nightwalkers. How do you stop a threat that comes from
the inside? It will take everything Noah has, Kestra’s
newfound power, and the strength of each and every
Nightwalker to stop their enemies, again.
From the beginning of the Nightwalker series I was anxious
to read Noah’s story. Noah is everything I
hoped it would be and more! Noah needed a story as powerful
and compelling as he is and he needed a woman to match his
intensity and strength. Kestra fits him to a T. As the
Nightwalkers fight yet another threat, the storyline
continues to remain fresh and thrilling. One of the things I
like most about series novels is the continuation of a great
storyline and revisiting old characters. In Noah,
previous characters play a very big role in the story.
Jacquelyn Franks’ characters come alive on the pages. You
can’t help but feel drawn to each and every one. The
Vampires, Demons, Lycanthropes and more are fascinating and
personable. Noah is engaging, exciting,
enchanting, and erotic. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it
again, Jacquelyn Frank is one hell of a storyteller!