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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday

Stolen Nights by Rebecca Maizel
(St. Martin's Griffin/September 4, 2012)

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.

I read the first book in the series, Infinite Days, a while ago but definitely enjoyed it! Glad the next book in the series will be hitting bookstores this year (though it's a while away)! I wonder what "stranger powers" have been awoken inside her? The last bit doesn't sound that much fun though; hosing between love and a different future is not a choice I would want to have to make!

And on a random note; I wonder if this cover will be shiny too?? :)

(Read my review of of the first book, Infinite Days, here:

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine


Brooke from The Bluestocking Guide said...

Ooh! I'm glad theres a second book. The ending on the first book was rather weird.

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Unknown said...

Oh this book looks good, love the cover. Here's my WOW

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Ashley said...

I'll have to check out the first before this hits shelves. I could eat that cover up. It's an eye catcher :)

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