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A Touch of Midnight by Lara Adrian0.5
Kiss of Midnight by Lara Adrian1
Kiss of Crimson by Lara Adrian2
Midnight Awakening by Lara Adrian3
Midnight Rising by Lara Adrian4
Veil of Midnight by Lara Adrian5
Ashes of Midnight by Lara Adrian6
Shades of Midnight by Lara Adrian7
Taken by Midnight by Lara Adrian8
Deeper Than Midnight by Lara Adrian9
A Taste of Midnight by Lara Adrian9.5
Darker After Midnight by Lara Adrian10
Tempted by Midnight by Lara Adrian10.5
Edge of Dawn by Lara Adrian11
Crave the Night by Lara Adrian12
The Midnight Breed Series Companion by Lara AdrianRelated
Kiss of Midnight / Kiss of Crimsom / Midnight Awakening / Midnight Rising / Veil of Midnight by Lara AdrianOmnibus 1-5
Kiss of Midnight / Kiss of Crimson / Midnight Awakening / Midnight Rising / Veil of Midnight / Ashes of Midnight / Shades of Midnight by Lara AdrianOmnibus 1-7
Kiss of Midnight / Kiss of Crimson / Midnight Awakening / Midnight Rising / Veil of Midnight / Ashes of Midnight / Shades of Midnight / Taken by Midnight by Lara AdrianOmnibus 1-8
Midnight Breed: Books 1-9 by Lara AdrianOmnibus 1-9

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