Kissing Midnight

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Kissing Midnight

Something about Edmund Fitz Clare entranced her from the very first moment she saw him in 1922; he looked so young and handsome, that it was a little difficult to believe he was someone’s father. Intrigued with the kindness displayed so openly on Estelle Berenger’s young face, Edmund asked her to look after his little girl, Sally, on her first day of school so she would feel a little more comfortable. Sally comments that her dad is a drinker, but Estelle doesn’t think this story is the truth and wonders why the little girl would lie. . Still, Estelle is still fascinated by Edmund’s beauty and wonders at the red mark around his neck.
 
Ten years later, Edmund’s adopted children, Sally, Graham and Ben are all grown up. But Edmund is more than who he appears, and unfortunately, his adopted son, Graham is a spy who finds out the secret he’s been trying to keep hidden. Now best friends, Sally is amazed that Estelle still has a crush on her dad and can’t understand the attraction. Struck by lightening as a child, Estelle has her own secrets that’s she’s not willing to share just yet. Soon the attraction between Edmund and Estelle becomes overwhelming and they no longer hide their feelings. But Graham feels something for Estelle and he’s willing to do whatever it takes to keep her near.
 
Emma Holly is a phenomenal storyteller and doesn’t disappoint with her latest paranormal offering, Kissing Midnight. She has brilliantly created multi-dimensional characters with a lot to say, and the lead players literally explode on the pages with plenty dynamic interplay. Passionate sensuality, red hot sex and charisma abound throughout this book. Normally, I’m not a huge fan of shape-shifting, but Ms. Holly absolutely convinced me to change my mind so that I was on board from page until the astounding end. Kissing Midnight courageously goes out on a limb in ways that many erotic romances fear to tread. The conclusion will have you going back over what you read to ensure you didn’t miss anything-that’s how surprising the ending is. If you haven’t read the erotic masterpieces of Ms. Holly-shame on you!

Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2009 5.00