Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Rapture at Midnight (The Cynn Cruors Bloodline Book 1)

Rapture at Midnight (The Cynn Cruors Bloodline Book 1) by Isobelle Cate 

Book 1 in The Cynn Cruors Bloodline Series 

There is an on-going war between two breeds of immortal warriors who carry human, vampire, and werewolf blood, the Cynn Cruor and the Scatha Cruor. The Cynn Cruor wants to live in harmony with the human race. The Scatha Cruor wants to enslave them. Finn Qualtrough, a Cynn Cruor warrior is on a mission to find Dac Valerian, the leader of the Scatha Cruor responsible for the deaths of many, including his parents. When he pursues three Scatha warriors who can lead him to Dac, he happens upon a woman who awakens a desire within Quinn to claim her as his own. 

She is the very essence of his immortal life. 

Eirene Spence is an insomniac and a computer genius who loves walking in the park at midnight. She stumbles upon the Scatha Cruor and is almost killed until a handsome stranger rescues her. His touch ignites a hunger inside her that only he can satisfy. 

He is her soul. 

By some twist of fate, one of Eirene’s clients is Dac Valerian. She is able to tell Finn and the rest of the Cynn Cruor where Dac is hiding. Now Dac wants her dead. 

Will Finn be able to keep Eirene alive and at the same time fulfill his mission? Will Eirene’s wish to be part of Finn’s life come true knowing that he is destined for someone else? 

*Warning: intended for mature audiences 18+

3.0 out of 5 stars drags, all over the placeMay 9, 2015
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There were a few details that seemed off in this. It irked me as I was reading. At times I felt this story was all over the place. I wondered if I was missing things. It made the story drag for me. But in all, this was an interesting paranormal story but a poor romance I enjoyed the half vamp half shifter aspect. I didn't feel an actual connection between Eirene and Finn though. They were mates, but it just happened, I didn't feel any emotions in it other than sexual chemistry. I would have loved to see more. The end had me interested. I would be interested in reading the next book, to see if maybe the story gets better.
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