Nicole Austin – Scandalous











{March 28, 2008}   Night Rhythm by Charlene Teglia

 

Blurb:

He’s waited centuries for her rebirth. Can he persuade her to love again?

Once, Valentine had everything: Position, wealth, love and happiness. Then tragedy struck. Over the centuries, he has clung to the prophecy that his love will be reborn, but when he meets Lisette, she’s no longer his wife, no longer his love. She no longer remembers their life together.

After a chance meeting with Valentine, Lisa can’t shake the lingering impression he leaves behind—or the odd feelings he stirs. He gives her two gifts: A necklace, and a dream of passion that awakes her memory. But are these memories she can trust?

After all, Lisa isn’t the woman she once was. And Valentine is no longer human.

Nic’s Recommendation:

Night Rhythm is a great addition to Ms. Teglia’s Sirens series. This book initially started out as a short story on her website that thankfully, Ms. Teglia expanded. I’m so glad she did! This is a wonderful tale of the lengths a man will go to for the love of his life. Once I picked it up, I wasn’t able to put it down until I’d finished the book. Valentine is one hot vamp full of interesting ideas. Lisa’s acceptance of her past life happens rather quickly, but then the other band members have introduced her to the things not everyone believes in so she’s well prepared for these new discoveries.

While Night Rhythm can stand on its own, I highly recommend you read the whole Sirens series, which is available from Samhain Publishing! Especially the yummy Vikings in The Gripping Beast.

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Thanks, Nic! I really enjoyed expanding Valentine’s story.

Ah, I miss the Vikings. I have two more Viking tales on the back burner (one of them Harold’s) and I really, really need to get back to them.



Yes, you must get back to the Vikings!



lynn says:

hello..where can I find a papeback or hardback copy of the NIGHT RHYTHM by Charlene Teglia? – lynn



Sorry, Lynn. Its only available in ebook and since its a short story is not likely to go to print unless it ends up in an anthology.



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