Wicked All Night: A Night Rebel Novel Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Set in New York Times best-selling author Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress World, ancient deities are poised to wreak havoc, unless vampires Veritas and Ian can stop them…in this thrilling Night Rebel novel!
A gift from the gods...
Veritas and Ian have finally defeated their worst enemy, but the power it took to pierce through to the netherworld has unexpected consequences. Soon, Veritas is forced to rely on the last person she trusts - a golden deity named Phanes, who seeks far more than a temporary alliance with the beautiful vampire.
Can unleash hell....
But an escape from the netherworld soon pits Veritas and Ian against supernatural beings seeking to rule over mortals once again. Now, they must rally friends and foes alike - if the vampire council doesn’t execute Veritas first. Plus, a wedge between Veritas and Ian threatens to destroy their love. Can they stand together against the unearthly powers about to be unleashed? Or does their love - and humanity - not stand a chance?
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 26 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 23, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #20,292 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#327 in Fantasy Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#380 in Urban Fantasy
#536 in Paranormal Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
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I've long been a fan of the Night Huntress universe and Ian and Veritas do not disappoint in the grandest finale of all! Can anyone really expect less from these two?
Ian and Veritas will have to fight to the bitter end to save their friends and the world from three sadistic gods and it'll take the combined efforts of all their powerful friends to do it!
From Mencheres' telekinesis to Vlads' pyrokinesis 'Wicked all Night' is an intense, wild ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first page to last!!
Every Night Prince book this author wrote had some sort of look ahead, a wrap up, an epilogue. It's really missing here! How about a scene with them finally getting time alone with Silver in peace? On a beach somewhere? And, all Silver does this whole book is fly in circles happily greeting them. I kept hoping he'd have something more to bring to the story, otherwise, why have him at all? ...but more importantly, Veritas never really unifies her selves. You see some improvement, but not full merging. And, she ends up even more afraid of using her full powers. And blaming herself, for again, getting used by others. How does someone THAT old not know how to cope?
There was also way too much teleporting. Sometimes a nice plane ride and an actual visit with a person, like Vlad, is a nice change of pace. I was dizzy from it. It was an easy way out of writing, need someone? Just teleport and bring them in. Vlad and Leila had to work out that issue of not working together to try and protect each other, and Ian and Veritas might have had opportunity to look at that in a deeper way in their own relationship. Now, I know that they needed Vlad's fiery self quickly, but it could have been done better. Or after. The whole epic battle at the end was rushed and again, no wrap up. No thanks. No hand shake with the ghouls. Were they even needed? I don't know. It's not fleshed out. It would have been much better to have a few more pages, at least to be in Veritas' home with Ian, breaking some furniture the way that they like to do.
There were a lot of loose ends not tied up for what was hinted to be the last book in this series of books. Why was Ian such a super powered vampire in the first place? Will Veritas/Ariel ever become one, whole, complete and integrated being? What about her ex, who so clearly loved her...And what really happened to Tenoch? First two books, her "beloved sire" is mentioned so many times. In this one, there is one reference maybe two. It's just never really explained. Why did he commit suicide? Why did she think she could have saved him but didn't? Where does that guilt comes from? Lots of unfinished business. Just a quick fade to black and roll credits.
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