Posted January 29, 2012 by davincikittie in All Reviews

Review Necro: Kiss of Midnight (Midnight Breed #1) by Lara Adrian


Ready for another Review Necro?

After finishing the long-awaited Sterling Chase chapter in Lara Adrian’s Midnight Breed series, Darker After Midnight, I realized there may be some folks out there who haven’t had the pleasure of reading this fantastic vampire series.  This is definitely a series that needs to be read in order, so if you wanna read Darker After Midnight and get all the hype behind the dark-and-tortured Sterling Chase, you gotta start at the top.  =)



From our April 2011 archives, this is my review for the first book in Lara Adrian’s Midnight Breed series.  Here’s what I had to say about it…

Lara Adrian’s Midnight Breed series starter Kiss of Midnight starts off a little slow and has the unenviable task of trying to introduce the readers to this brand new universe, while explaining all the rules, introducing all the new characters, and creating an intense and believable chemistry between the marquee characters.  Kiss of Midnight does achieve that, although maybe with slightly less flair and intensity than Dark Lover.

This series has potential, and having already read #2 (Kiss of Crimson – Dante’s book), I can tell you that the plotlines start to open up more and the stage is set for some serious drama down the line.  In fact, some of the intrigue in Kiss of Midnight was pretty surprising and most definitely gripping.

Lara Adrian will be visiting GraveTells next month, so look forward to seeing her (and maybe some of the Breed warriors too!) in your email updates!  Enjoy the review!




Sue "DaVinciKittie" Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger and reviewer and the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue and GraveTells have won several blogging awards, and GraveTells recently celebrated its five-year anniversary! Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue's editing blog, with tips and tricks for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.