Review: Darker After Midnight by Lara Adrian

Title: Darker After Midnight

Author: Lara Adrian

Series: Midnight Breed #10

Genre: Paranormal

Pages: 417

4 stars – It was really good
4 stars – It was really good

Sterling Chase has been battling bloodlust for a while now. By sacrificing himself for the Order he believes that it will be his last worthy act, at least until he meets Tavia Fairchild. She is something he never expected to find and it pushes him to live. 

Chase’s story has been coming for a while now. He has been struggling with bloodlust for a while now and with each book we have seen him get more out of control. I will admit that I wasn’t a huge fan of Chase before this book but he redeemed himself a lot. Chase’s story is a very emotional one because he has to bear his whole soul to overcome his problems. His story was one of the best redemption stories I have read in a long time. 

Now Tavia was my real favorite in this story. She was such a compassionate woman, which made her the perfect partner to help Chase through his problems. Her background was a fascinating addition to the series and I really can’t wait to see how that will impact future books. Tavia might just be one of my favorite heroines from this series. 

This book is also the conclusion of the battle against Dragos. It was action packed, emotional, and will forever change the world of the Breed. We learn new information about the origins of the Breedmates as well, which was fascinating but sadly the whole story is never told. I can’t wait to start the next book and see how the next generation of the Breed plays out. 


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.5 A Touch of Midnight
#1 Kiss of Midnight
#2 Kiss of Crimson
#3 Midnight Awakening
#4 Midnight Rising
#5 Veil of Midnight
#6 Ashes of Midnight
#7 Shades of Midnight
#8 Taken by Midnight
#9 Deeper Than Midnight
#9.5 A Taste of Midnight

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