Welcome to the Pre-Squee, a weekly feature here at The Book Swarm and the Bewitched Bookworms. Some books, though they might not be coming out for a few months, need an early squee — we just can’t hold in our excitement about them! Sure, we’ll do full reviews closer to the release date but this feature gives us a chance to share a little bit of our love, whether it be for the story, cover, characters, or whatever. We’re quite flexible in our book love.
Whee!! Another addition to the Elder Races series! I’m a massive fan and the faster Thea Harrison can crank them out, the happier I am. Of course, I’m still waiting for Graydon’s story but I’ll take Julian’s, especially after reading NIGHT’S HONOR and seeing the plethora of sparks between Julian and Melisande. Definitely worth a pre-squee, though it’s not out until May 2015.Midnight's Kiss by Thea Harrison
Series: Elder Races #8
Published by Berkley, Penguin on May 1, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
In the latest Novel of the Elder Races, two souls who have long buried their passions are about to be consumed …
Ever since their scorching affair ended years ago, Julian, the Nightkind King, and Melisande, daughter of the Light Fae Queen, have tried to put the past behind them — and distance between them. But when a war breaks out between Julian and Justine, a powerful Vampyre of the Nightkind council, they find themselves thrown together under treacherous circumstances …
Kidnapped as leverage against Julian, Melly is convinced that her former lover won’t be rushing to her rescue. But when Julian gives himself up to save her, they both end up Justine’s captives. Armed only with their wits and their anger, Melly and Julian must work together to escape. But will they be able to ignore their complicated history, or will the fiery passion that once burned them blaze again?
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