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Night's Mistress by Amanda Ashley

Night's Mistress

by Amanda Ashley

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Series: Children of the Night (5)

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This is the first have read of Amanda Ashley's books. I was totally impressed with her writing style. Although I would not recommend this for YA reading, the sexual situations and intimate scenes are not detailed enough to call them explicit.

Mara, the Queen of Vampires, takes on a different role in this fast moving, endearing, fantasy novel. The author , cleverly, throws in a different twist to this Vampire novel which is very intriguing. Mara is very torn between major complications throughout the story...torn between two loves - Logan or Kyle. Which would you choose - Logan from her past or Kyle, a more recent lover? The reader will have to decide if Mara is truly evil or if she deserves compassion.

Key points: Power struggle, mystery, romance, family unity, violence, humanity.

The book cover is a great portrayal of the main character and her serenity. The title is fitting, as well. Amanda is very talented in portraying the individual characters and in captivating the reader into the various scenes. The story never drags in the least, yet artfully fluctuates between several supporting characters and scenes.

Because of the terrific writing style, my rating of this book is Five Stars.

Although it contains much intimacy, I still felt it would fit into a PG-13 category, yet, slightly "impassioned" for YA. You be the judge.

The author gifted me this book for an honest review, of which I have given. ( )
  LAWonder10 | Jan 9, 2014 |
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Queen of the vampires the beautiful Mara is despondent over having left Kyle Bowden, the mortal man she loves. Every day, Mara becomes less vampire and more human, slowly losing her ability to protect herself from her numerous enemies. Logan Blackwood, who was her lover many centuries before, reappears and provides a caring safe haven.… (more)

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