Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Crave the Night by Lara Adrian


Publisher: Delacorte Press
Date published: August 5, 2014
ISBN: 9780345532633
Paranormal romance
Reviewed by Gabrielle

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 3.5 Hearts


All Nathan has known is being bred as an assassin and then the Order.  Emotions are not needed nor are they welcome. Yet Nathan cannot keep them buried forever especially after Jordana kisses him. From that moment on she is all he can think about. Jordana begins to find what she longs for in Nathan. She only knows what is expected of her not what she feels. The two find themselves brought together by fate and trying to decide if it is truly love that they feel and if they are willing to fight for it.

I enjoyed this latest addition to the Breed series by Lara Adrian. She continues to keep the stories fresh and exciting. With each new book I feel as if I am escaping in to a new world. Nathan and Jordana make a great couple. They complement one another very well. We get to see both of these characters grow in this story. Both have fought hard to be where they are now and continue to do so. As their story unfolds we learn much more about their world. There are new enemies to fight and new friends to make. As we continue to visit this world we are treated to the new generation and are also treated with visits from past characters, keeping readers intrigued and up to date on many of the characters that we have grown to know and love in this series. I enjoyed seeing how all the characters grow and live their lives.

I enjoyed the new twists and turns that this author is taking this series on with this new generation. I loved watching Nathan and Jordana open themselves up. Watching their relationship blossom makes for a nice read. While their story is hot the love that these two begin to have shows in abundance throughout their story. This is a fast paced tale full of emotions and actions that will keep your attention from page one and all the way to the very end.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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