Book Review: Stolen Nights by Rebecca Maizel

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The sequel it seems I’ve been waiting years for (because I HAVE been!) is finally hitting store shelves, and Stolen Nights by Rebecca Maizel proves well worth the wait.

stolen nightsThe follow-up to the spectacular saga introduced in Infinite Days continues, as former vampire Lenah Beaudonte is faced with an incredible choice and impossible new challenges.

Lenah Beaudonte should be dead. But having sacrificed herself to save another, she finds herself awakening with strange powers that are neither vampire nor human—and a new enemy on her trail. In her vampire life, Lenah had thought that being human was all she ever wanted; but the human heart suffers pain, heartbreak and loss.

With her new powers growing and the dark force of the Nex after her soul, Lenah faces a choice: between the mortal love of gorgeous Justin, whose passion fed her human soul, and taking a different path to become the mistress of her own destiny, wherever that may lead…

Love, honor, duty, betrayal, choice … each element interplays throughout Stolen Nights for a magnetic and compelling saga that unfolds on each page. As much as Lenah’s character was conflicted between her former evil self and her new human life in Infinite Days, she truly transforms into someone fighting against her own selfish urges and to do the right thing in Stolen Nights.

As gripping as the first novel, if not more so, Stolen Nights is as seductive to readers as Rhode is to Lenah. And it’s worth noting how integral their eternal romance is to the heart of the novel — it oozes into the background of the story at every level.

Stolen Nights culminates in a stunning, heart-breaking conclusion that leaves the reader hankering for more. Luckily for us, it looks as though Maizel has plans to offer us just that — another novel. Stolen Nights is in stores January 29th.

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