Friday, September 26, 2014

Review: Blue Twilight (Wings in the Night #11) by Maggie Shayne

Title: Blue Twilight (Wings in the Night #11)
Author: Maggie Shayne
Source: Self- Purchased
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novel
Release Date: March 1, 2005
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

Rating - 4
Sexual - 2

The idyllic town of Endover, New Hampshire, looks innocent. But below its surface a
thirst and a desire both powerful and ancient boil fiercely. When two girls go missing, only one person can delve deep enough to find them - Maxine Stuart, a private investigator who has finally started to believe.

"Mad Maxie" understands why she was asked to help - no living mortal knows as much about the undead as she. But the dark force controlling Endover can see all, and will use Maxine's knowledge against her to strengthen his hold on the town. Not even the influence of Lou Malone, the man Maxie most desires, can convince her to abandon the crusade against a madman's yearning for power...and resurrected love.

This is the first book in the Wings in the Night series where the main couple isn't a type of vampire or vampire-like person.  Instead we have a friend of the vampires "Mad Maxie" and a police detective, Lou Malone, taking the center stage for the romance.  There is still plenty of paranormal types to go around though so don't worry about missing her wonderful vampires.

The town of Endover is just plain weird.  It's residents seem to be under a constant mind fog and even Max and her friends feel some strange dulling effect on their brains.  When the vampire in question targets one of Max's close friends as "interesting" things start to get exciting.  You're in for a good old fashioned vampire hunt - at least at first.

This vampire isn't like anything I was expecting though.  Maggie Shayne gave me glimpses into his life and mind that make him an incredibly sympathetic character that plays looks to play a major role in a future book.  He is devious and cunning and just a little crazy.  He is an amazing addition to the vampires of the Wings in the Night series.

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