Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on July 14, 2013
Through the course of the Midnight Breed series, I have often pondered how Gideon and Savannah met. Truly, I thought they had hundreds of years together rather than just around 40. They seem so solid and down to earth. If you remember the first book, there were three couples. Danika and Conlan, Rio and Eva and Gideon and Savannah. Darkness descended on these couples and Gideon and Savannah survived the storm unlike the other couples. So what makes them tick? How did they meet? What are their secrets? I wanted to know.
Gideon has been around for about 3-4 hundred years. He has seen a lot and tragedy has struck his family. This tragedy has led him to hunt Rogues and join the Order. You see glimpses in the 70’s (the 1970’s is the setting for this story) and the emerging technology that Gideon finds great joy in conquering. But he is also a warrior in the field, which we don’t see much of in the series. A gentleman, protector and fierce warrior when it comes to getting vengeance and protecting his family. When he sees a news story on a brutal murder, he also sees a part of his past and must investigate the one woman who might be able to help him.
Savannah has always had a special power to see the past in the objects she touches. Studying at college, she inadvertently touches a sword that reveals a blond warrior and some even more gruesome events. Gideon’s past. But she also sees the things that go bump in the night that terrify her. When her best friend is murdered while getting it on with a professor, Savannah touches a bracelet of hers and sees what happens. She can’t deny now there are things she never knew existed. Intending to run, she meets a stranger in the library, where they connect over a mural over the wall.
Both seem to sense they are each other’s other half, but dark forces won’t let them move on in peace. Weaving through half truths, Gideon tries to bring Savannah into the Breed world once he realizes she is a Breedmate, but he can’t relinquish his hold to her to a DarkHaven, where she can be educated and protected. As the two discover their love, they must battle in-truthes, enemies of the past and a passion that runs deep into their souls.
This story was well worth the wait to read and I think Gideon and Savannah will always be my favorite couple. There is a sense of peace to this couple, but also a delicious curl of sexuality between the two. There is no need to read the series for this one as it is the from a time long before the first book. Highly recommend to anyone wanting a little action, a lot of love and a little evil to allow good to conquer.
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