After Midnight (Cabot #1)
"Our sister is marrying a vampire."
When the ever practical Caroline Cabot first hears those words from the lips of her fanciful youngest sister, she accuses Portia of having a wild imagination.
But when she discovers their sister Vivienne is actually being courted by Adrian Kane, the mysterious viscount rumored to be a vampire, she decides to accept his invitation to a m...more
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After Midnight, the first book in the Cabot series, is a tongue-in-cheek mix of vampire story and historical romance. It’s a delightful blend of surprise plot twists, charming characters, sparkling dialogue and humour.
Caroline has always looked after her little sisters. She's a little too old to get married and their family is on the brink of ruin unless one of them makes a good match. Caroline is unerved by rumors that Adrien is a vampire and wants to see what started these crazy accusa...more
Strongly recommend it. Love this book, and its unexpected end was perfect!
For the past eight years, since their parents’ death, they have been living off the meagre generosity of their toad of a cousin Cecil, with a mere...more
And this is one of it.
The first in the Cabot series, I found this book not as entertaining (albeit just a little) as the 2nd one, The Vampire Who Loved Me.
However, just because I want to know what actually happens in the...more
This was my first Teresa Medeiros novel, but it wont be my last. I picked After Midnight out randomly at the library having heard of the author and while waiting for my dozens of orders to come in. I thought the premise sounded interesting and hoped for a good read, despite the fact I knew nothing at all about the novel. I wasn't disappointed.
Caroline Cabot is the eldest of three sisters. She had to assume the parental role for her sisters when both their parents were kille...more
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To my great surprise I really enjoyed After Midnight. I had expected it to be fun but wasn’t expecting it to be as gripping and entertaining as it was. I really liked it a lot more than I thought I would. It was so much fun it made me giggle and smile from beginning to end.
Before starting I was unsure about the storyline, I didn’t quite like the idea of a romance between a woman and a man her sister was practically engaged to, but it was mostly handled very...more
Caroline Cabot reminds me a lot of Eleanor in Sense & Sensibility - very practical and more mother than sister to the two younger - the beautiful bride-to-be Vivienne (Marianne) and the flighty, fanciful Portia (Margaret). She decides to see for herself if her sister's merely marrying well or if her immort...more
The brooding gentleman inhabits a dark castle and is never seen in the daylight, embarking nightly on mysterious excursions to who knows where. And from the first moment Caroline encounters th...more
After Midnight by Teresa Medeiros is a vampire love story set in the Regency period. It's definitely not a take-off from Twilight! The mysterious Adrian Kane is rumored to be much more than your average viscount. His courtship of the beautiful Vivienne Cabot has her sister, Portia along with the local constable in a frenzy of worry.
Vivienne's sister Caroline dismisses the stories but soon learns that there is lot more than meets the eye with the Kane brothers. Her attraction to Adria...more
You know those books that are totally fun in a distracting and entirely fluffy way? This is one of those books. This isn't a bad thing. In fact, I enjoy being both distracted and filled with fluff upon occasion. I *like* delving into a historical romance and finding whispers of vampires in it. I like sorting through the clues to see if there's any truth in the spiteful whispers of the upper crust ladies and gentlemen of the Ton. Basically, this book was a great dist...more
This is one Historical romance with ...well a bit more. Teresa Medeiros has a certain charm, witt and well she has such talent that when you read one of her books it just draws you in a you dont ever want to leave.
"After Midnight " is about three sisters....
1. vivinenne " whos engaged to a supposed vampire Viscount Kane" and in love with another man ..
2. Carolyn " who is (mother hen) determined to make sure Kane is the best man for her sister and af...more
It is left to Caroline Cabot eldest of three sisters to make sure her sisters are taken care of and find good matches. Portia the youngest is convinced that Vivienne's suitor, Adrian Kane is a Vampire along with most of London ton. Caroline tries to figure out the secret of Adrian but soon finds herself falling for her sister's husband-to-be.
I really really liked this novel! It is what Jane Austen and Mary Shelly would have written if they co-authored a novel. It is witty and sexy and FU...more
Oh, and vampires, of course.
The Cabot sisters are orphans living in Dickensian squalor off the breadcrumbs their father's evil cousin is willing to toss them from his table. Unless her two young siste...more
I am a huge historical romance fan but have never read any paranormal ones and didn't actually know I was until a ways into the book. I have read two Teresa Medeiros books - One Night of Scandal and Yours Until Dawn - and they were both just regular historicals, so I didn't realize she wrote anything else. The book was a great historical romance and for anyone who is put off by the paranormal/vampire aspect, don't be...more
What Caroline doesn't realize is that she could be loosing her heart to her sister's suitor....
Lots of romance, not so much vampire but still a very enjoyabl...more
some authors can't really combine fiction with romance but tersa medeiros did a great job <3 .. it was a page-turner for me :D i coudn't stop reading it until i knew that adrian wasn't a vamp , which i already had a feeling he wasn't :D
great book and i'm definetly searching for portia & julian's book :D <3
She is a seven-time Rita finalist, two-time PRISM winner, and...more
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The music swelled to a crescendo. Although Adrian kept her imprisoned against the muscular length of his body, he gave up all pretense of dancing. “Because I don’t lose my wits every time Vivienne walks into a room. I don’t toss and turn in my bed every night dreaming of making love to her. She doesn’t drive me to distraction with her endless questions, her incessant snooping, her harebrained schemes.” His voice rose. “I can trust myself to protect your sister because I’m not in love with her!”