Veil of Midnight Paperback
by Lara Adrian
Part of the Midnight Breed series
Bound by blood, addicted to danger, they'll enter the darkest - and most erotic - place of all...A warrior trained in blades and bullets, Renata cannot be bested by any man - mortal or vampire.
But her most powerful weapon is her extraordinary psychic ability, a gift both rare and deadly.
Now a stranger threatens her hard-won independence, a golden-haired vampire who lures her into a realm of darkness...and pleasure beyond imagination. A combat-loving adrenaline junkie, Nikolai dispenses his own justice to enemies of the Breed - and his latest quarry is a ruthless assassin.
Only one woman stands in his way, the seductive and cool-as-ice bodyguard Renata.
But Renata's resolve is put to the test when a loved one is threatened and she's forced to turn to Nico for help.And as the two join forces, desire fans the flames of a deeper hunger...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 336 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 20/10/2001
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781849011099
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Review by wyvernfriend
She's a bodyguard, trained and ruthless, she works for the sadistic Sergi Yakut who uses her and abuses her. She has the ability to use her mind to stun people, particularly vampires, an ability that's saved her more than once.He's Nikolai, a ruthless warrior, a man who is atoning for earlier misdeeds, a man who believes in the mission. His mission is becoming derailed by Renata.Add in the young Mira whose eyes reflect people's future and who is treated as a commodity or gaming piece and you have a fairly good cast. And it works fairly well until the end when it seems that misunderstanding and bitterness can be sorted in minutes. I'm looking forward to see what happens with the vampire from Berlin. I also have to wonder if the author saw an antidote to minionising, it seems to be a powerful thing that really the good guys can't do anything about.An interesting story, even if it was wrapped up a little pat at the end.