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“Evocative, enticing, erotic.”—J. R. Ward, bestselling author of Lover Mine --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
About the Author
Lara Adrian is the New York Times bestselling author of the Midnight Breed series, including the novels Kiss of Midnight, Kiss of Crimson, Midnight Awakening, Midnight Rising, Veil of Midnight, Ashes of Midnight, Shades of Midnight, Taken by Midnight, Deeper than Midnight, Darker After Midnight, Edge of Dawn, Crave the Night, and the eBook novella A Taste of Midnight. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
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Corinne does come off as more 'damsel-in-distress' than pretty much any other Breedmate has before--at least the ones associated with the Order. But after being kidnapped as a teenager, raped and tortured, and losing her son, it's probably to be expected. And all she's been through probably also helps to explain why she doesn't think she can ask the Order for help--even though she's wrong. I do like getting to see what shaped Hunter into who he is and what happens when he and Corinne inevitably hook up.
Not my favorite book in the series, but is still a key element of the overall plot flow even in the face of any deficiencies in plot or characters.
I love the Midnight Breed series by Lara Adrian. In fact, with the exception of Ashes to Midnight which somehow did not hit the mark, the entire series is very entertaining, romantic, and outstanding reads. Deeper Than Midnight was no exception, almost. I loved Hunter. He is one of my favorite alpha males in the series along with Nikolai, Kade and Brock. Corinne was ok. She was a little too damsel in distress for my liking but considering her back story and age, it was to be expected so I didn't hold it against her. The two characters had wonderful chemistry and fit together beautifully. They understood the torture suffered by the other and gave each other what they needed. The plot was good for the most part. Corinne is trying to find her lost son, and of course the couple need to help stop Dragos and his cronies from trying to take over the world. There was too much emphasis given to side storylines which took away from the primary story. While I wish I would have seen more of the relationship development with the characters, at least the side stories were interesting. I probably wouldn't have minded so much if the author would not have rushed the ending.
And she did rush the ending. Reading Deeper Than Midnight feels like you are reading Star Wars II: The Empire Strikes Back. There is no real beginning and definitely no end. This is a stepping stone in the series which happened to have the story of one of the couples mixed in. Even that wouldn't have bothered me if the author would have given us more resolution in the reunion between Nathan and Corinne, as well as a bit more into how the relationship between Corinne and Hunter would progress. Instead, after an entire book looking for this kid, we get an ending where they bearly find him and that's it. I was very dissapointed with how that was resolved or rather left completely unresolved. I hope Ms. Adrian decides to give us more about these relationships in future installments. An update in the next book, a novella, or something! I think the readers and the characters deserve better than what they got.
Chase's story is coming up and I am very anxious to find out what will happen to him. I have an idea as to who his Breedmate will be and am dying to find out if I am right and if she will be able to get that man back in shape! He needs some tough love not a damsel in distress. Also, I would love for this series to get to the point where we get stories on Kellan, Myra and Nathan. These are some very interesting kids and I really want to hear more about them, if the series continues.
While this is not my favorite Breed book, it is not the worst. The series is still great, and I will continue to look forward to future installments.
I do NOT recommend this as a stand-alone novel from the Breed Series; however, as someone who likes to read or watch things in order, I still wanted to know what happened prior to the next book regarding Sterling Chase, aka Harvard -- the next book is what I'm excited about once finishing this lackluster story of Hunter & Corrine.