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(The Gods of Night – Book 1)
by Elena Gray
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
PNR, Stand-alone within Series
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Night Visions opens a new world to explore and to love, featuring two rematched souls with secrets of their own. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
What do you do when you inherit a battle with the God of War? You fight like Hell.
Samantha Cade knows a war is brewing and if her prophetic dreams are any indication, it will cost someone their life. Not eager to face the coming conflict, Sam tries everything she can to avoid dealing with it. But, fate has other ideas.
Tossing her lost love, Ian, back into her path is almost more than Sam can bear. Three years after he simply vanished, she can’t be sure she’s ready to open her heart to him again. Even if he’s her best asset when the God of War comes looking to pick a fight.
As Sam races against the clock to avoid losing her own life, she faces a devastating choice: lean on the man she loved and save the world, or risk breaking her own heart forever.
Thoughts on Night Visions
3.5 rounded up
There are a few things to celebrate about this book: emotional connection, shifter mythology and obvious familial love. I adored at that. What I didn’t like? Half the time it made little sense, at least to someone not treated to a (spoiler) talking in her head or mirror. Regardless, you might enjoy it – and it feels like a standalone (for this couple) within a series.
- There is an almost melodic quality to the writing.
- The emotions feel real.
- Eva…. not sure why, but I kinda love her.
- This Girl didn’t question anything…. at least not for long. I mean, seriously?! The guy left you, for 3 freaking years! You sounded like he died! Then bam! He shows up and you just waltz off cross country with him, because, why now? Your brother? Hit the jerk girl. Dang.
- Disjointed and Jumbled.
- Certain facts felt dropped into the narrative without lead up.
Third Person, Multiple POV
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Night Visions
With an intriguing concept, this is a decent read – if a bit disjointed and confusing at times. It wraps and rolls around a plot that obviously stretches out to other books. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published July 25th, 2019
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What are you reading today? Have you read this book yet? How about other books by Elena Gray? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!