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Veil of Midnight by Lara Adrian
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Apr 10, 2010

really liked it

Veil of Midnight features Niko, the Russian member of the Order. Niko's current mission for the Order is to warn (and protect) an ancient first generation vampire who he believes has been targeted for assassination. This takes him to Montreal, where he meets the cold and prickly Renata - who he soon finds himself thinking about all too much, which is bad for both Niko and his mission since she seems to be blood-bonded to the Gen One vampire Niko needs to protect. Renata completely surprises the "untouchable" Niko by actually laying him on his behind....quite a few times, and for being a "normal" human this is feat! Circumstance throws Niko into the company of Renata and there is plenty of opportunity for relationship development between the pair leading Niko to find out that Renata is anything but cold. Renata's past is revealed along the way which helps to make her a more appealing character than her initial cold-hearted bodyguard appearance would lead you to believe. I found the introduction of Hunter to be superb and am looking forward to his story. However, within this novel, even though I saw it coming, I am sad of the events that happen to a certain friend of the Order. Definitely another good read and recommended across the board.

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