Friday, April 29, 2011

Review Deceptions Of Night by Virginia Cavanaugh

Title:Deceptions Of Night
Author:Virginia Cavanaugh
Source: Requested review
Genre: Paranormal romance- shifter and vampire
Length: Novella
Authors website

Tempers run hot through the members of the Order of Night as Lex tries to settle in as the new Triad vampire. But when a jaguar attacks him in his bed, his life gets turned upside down, and he discovers a new meaning to keeping your friends close and your enemies closer.

Kill the triad vampire or your brother dies. Shayla grudgingly accepts the assignment. But she soon realizes that success is easier said than done as she lies prone, trapped against the floor and secured by the body of one pissed off sexy leech.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend. Lex wants answers, and Shayla wants her brother returned alive. They form a shaky truce as they seek out the man who has both. Fierce attraction pushes them closer as mistrust tears them apart. Deception lays in wait around every corner as they struggle to find the mastermind behind the traitors to the Order of Night. As the tension rises, desire begins to burn with an intensity that threatens to consume, leaving them to question whether they can find what they seek with their lives and hearts intact.


Deceptions of Night is the second book in the Order of Night Book series. If you liked book one, you’ll like book two. The author keeps the same pace with the world and it’s really working well. I loved how the author brings about the way the hero and heroine meet and fall for each other. The growing romance is very good along with the hot heat the author adds between them. I felt like the author could have expanded more in the enemies area. The scenes between the two felt a little rushed. All in all the author has wrote another good book for this series and I am looking forward for the next installment.


“What answer would that be? Why I’m trying to kill you or am I going to show you a good time? Because I would say your body is asking its own set of questions right now,” she bit out, trying to ignore the fact that his movement had only served to bring his pelvis to set more firmly against her ass.

“Har har, lil puddy tat. I assure you that even though my body might have a mind of its own; it doesn't mean that my brain is in my cock. I want to know why you were trying to kill me. But if you’re offering to show me a good time, I might take you up on it, if I can forgive you that is.”

“Dream on, leech.”


  1. Great review - you made me put it on my want to get list!!

  2. Great review! Looks like a great series, adding to my list of books to read!


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