Thursday, February 13, 2014

Carson's Night by Tracy Cooper-Posey [Review]

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Carson's Night (The Stonebrood Saga #1) by Tracy Cooper-Posey
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: November 26, 2013

The Stonebrood Saga
1. Carson's Night - Kindle
2. Beauty's Beasts
3. Sabrina's Clan

Tracy Cooper-Posey
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
It’s August 1977 in New York city and the stunning new Star Wars movie is smashing all box office records.

The weird sculptor Moss Alex Meinhardt lies dead at the foot of an ugly gargoyle he’s half-completed. Natalia Grey’s demon hunter father is also dead and his new partner, the astonishingly sexy Carson Connors, can’t remember how it happened. Carson isn’t sure what role he has played in Natalia’s father’s death, but after one look at Natalia, he does know that guilty or not, he’s doomed.

Vampire lovers, Nick and Damian, have been tracking the Stonebrood clan for nearly a century. When Damian is slashed by one of the clan and barely survives, Nick encourages Tally takes up her father’s sword and her heritage as a demon hunter.

Tally learns that the gargoyles Meinhardt carved have been brought to a life they should not have without the help of dark forces she and Carson must defeat — once the gargoyles have risen. But the night is hours away yet, giving time for Tally and Carson to explore their explosive feelings for each other.

What happened to Carson during the night Tally’s father died and what will happen tonight?

Warning: This story features multiple sex scenes, including anal sex, light bondage and the use of sex toys. Do not read this book if frank sexual language and sex scenes offend you. No vampires or demon hunters came to harm in the making of this book. Gargoyles have been added to the official hunt list, however…
Thoughts on Carson's Night: Vampires, hunters, and demons. Oh, my! I do enjoy a good romp with characters that bring the badassery. As short as this book is, you get a good feel for both the world and the characters in it. And, yes, those characters are full of badassery.

Tally and Carson have immediate chemistry. It hits them out of the blue and it doesn't let go until they indulge themselves. Carson's memory loss of the previous night puts an interesting spin on their relationship. Really, Tally shouldn't trust him and yet she does. She trusts him enough to let him have his wicked, wicked way with her. I must say, Carson does wicked well!

Meanwhile, I am... intrigued by Nick and Damian. The two of them played a big part in making Tally the woman she is in this book. They raised her while her father was out taking down demons and I'm excited to see we'll see more of them in book 2. You can never have enough sexy vampires, in my opinion.

There's a lot of goodness going on here between the vampires and the demon hunters and the sexy times. Book 2 looks like it's going to be an interesting ride. I like interesting rides.

2 comments:

  1. So is Tracy Cooper Posey an author I need to read? You've reviewed her books on my blog too, right?

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    1. I have reviewed a few of her books on your blog. I'll alert you the next time she has a freebie go up and you can see why I'm smitten.

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