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Night Child by Lisa Kessler


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Also by Lisa Kessler:

The Captain's Curse, May 2023
Pirate’s Protector, June 2022
Pirate's Paradox, January 2022
Pirate's Promise, July 2021
Pirate's Persuasion, June 2020
Pirate's Pleasure, April 2019
Pirate's Passion, November 2018
Magnolia Mystic, August 2018
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New Moon, June 2017
Wolf Moon, February 2017
Blue Moon, June 2016
Ice Moon, November 2015
Harvest Moon, October 2015
Blood Moon, December 2014
Seductive Supernaturals, November 2014
Night Child, May 2014
Night Angel, April 2014
Beg Me To Slay, January 2014
Hunter's Moon, November 2013
Moonlight, July 2013
Night Demon, March 2013
Night Thief, October 2012
Forgotten Treasures, December 2011
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Night Walker, August 2011
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Night Child
Lisa Kessler

The Night series #3
Entangled Edge
May 2014
On Sale: April 28, 2014
Featuring: Muriah La Deaux
ISBN: 1622665465
EAN: 9781622665464
Kindle: B00IWUXWS2
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Romance Paranormal

A psychic gift...
Muriah La Deaux's latest job requires her to locate an ancient codex detailing a prophecy of an immortal birth. But before she can deliver it, her client is brutally murdered. Now a man with chaos in his eyes wants the codex she's hiding.

An immortal child...
Issa is one of the original Night Walkers, a proud protector of the mortal world. Now, when the survival of his entire race rests on protecting an unborn child, Issa is the only immortal strong enough to protect Muriah on a risky mission--locate the lost scrolls that will trap their foe--but his tenuous grasp on his sanity is slipping.

The ultimate sacrifice...
Muriah's headstrong spirit awakens feelings in Issa that are best left buried. But as the battle between love and chaos ensues, sacrifices must be made...

Night Series


23 comments posted.

Re: Night Child

Reading a whole series all at
once is way better than waiting
a year or 2 for each book to
come out.
I went out and bought all of
Lori Fosters books at once after
Dash of Peril came out.
And I had a delicious of 2
weeks of binge reading and happy
I waited this long to read them.
(Christina Linton 4:47pm July 30, 2014)

My binge read is the Lora Leigh Breed series. The books at the beginning of the
series are starting to wear out because of constantly re-reading them.

Lynn A. Reynolds 07/30/14
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Lynn Reynolds 9:36pm July 30, 2014)

I have not read a series all at once. I have read three books in one week when I was real stressed at work. I am not sure if thst is binge reading or not.
Cynthia Cook 9:50pm July 30, 2014)

Yes at times I am that kind of reader. The last one was Christine
Feehan's Sea Haven series.
Pat Freely 11:43pm July 30, 2014)

I like to mix up series and authors. I can't read a bunch in a series back to back; I like variety. When I was a teenager I did read Agatha Christie books back to back and she wrote about 70 or so mystery books. I read most of them over the years.

I don't do Netflix but when I really get into a series I may watch more than one episode On Demand or on DVD (I get them at my library so that's like my Netflix).

No need to enter me in the contest. I can't do e-books.
Michelle Fidler 3:54pm July 31, 2014)

Wow! Great to see so many Binge Readers out there! :)

Pat, I discovered Christine Feehan's Dark Series when Dark
Fire came out and I got so excited when I saw I could go
back and read from the beginning back to back... Fun times!

Lisa Kessler 4:30pm July 31, 2014)

Yes I'm a binge reader and would luv this book
Janna Ward 4:38pm July 31, 2014)

I have binge read several series when the newest book comes out, or just reading books I love again.
Sarah Murphy 4:39pm July 31, 2014)

I binge read a lot of series! And books I love!:)
Marie Andersson 4:53pm July 31, 2014)

Binge reading? Guilty Every time a Lynsay Sands Argeneau or
Pamela Palmer Feral / Vamp City books come out I start from
the beginning to be caught up just before the next release.

And let us not forget Lisa's Moon series. yummy
Cindy Thomason 5:28pm July 31, 2014)

I'm more of an avid reader, but do like to read series books.
Although they may not be in any real order.
Alyson Widen 5:36pm July 31, 2014)

Ha! Thanks for teh shout out for the Moon series Cindy!!! :)
Blood Moon will be out this fall... Can't wait! :)

Thanks for all the comments!!! I hope you're ready to binge
read through the Night Series! :)
Lisa Kessler 2:37am August 1, 2014)

Ha! Thanks for the shout out for the Moon series Cindy!!! :)
Blood Moon will be out this fall... Can't wait! :)

Thanks for all the comments!!! I hope you're ready to binge
read through the Night Series! :)

You guys rock! :)

Lisa Kessler 2:39am August 1, 2014)

I don't own an e-reader, so the thought never crossed my
mind. As far as books go, my reading, as far as my moods go
all over the place, so I like to switch genres. When I
finish one book, I'll completely switch to a different
genre, going from a Romance, for example, to something
either a little lighthearted or a Mystery, depending upon my
mood. If I did own an e-reader, and really liked the Author
a lot, I would probably download all of their books, so that
I could read their books when I'm in the mood for them.
Peggy Roberson 11:08am August 1, 2014)

I guess you would classify me as a binge reader. I prefer to read an interesting series in order without having to wait for months or a year for the next one. What really happens is I will buy a book and then realize it's part of a series, and then have to search for the others or wait for the next one.
Anna Speed 4:10pm August 1, 2014)

goody contest
Kent Cook 4:48pm August 1, 2014)

I certainly am when I find a series that I love. I gobble the books up! When a series becomes one of my true favorites, I will go back and re-read the series in preparation for the next book to be released. I genre-hop in deference to my mood, but I have my "go to" books/authors in every genre.
Sarah Eisele 4:59pm August 1, 2014)

I've never binge read as such, but if I've read a book from a series I've
enjoyed I will buy the rest to complete the series and indulged my self.
Julie Duffy 10:12pm August 1, 2014)

I often binge read if I discover (or finally get to) a series
that's been out long enough to have at least several books.
The most recent one I binge read was Ward's BDM series.
Janie McGaugh 10:57pm August 1, 2014)

I binge-read Laurrell K Hamilton's Anita Blake series..... I actually prefer to do it that way, if it's going to be more than a trilogy. I HATE waiting for the next book to release!
Karen Arrowood 11:39pm August 1, 2014)

I'm a binge reader. I could go days without reading and all of a sudden, I'm in a reading craze.
Kai Wong 11:59pm August 1, 2014)

My Binge Reading was the Szckett Series by Louie Lamore
John Zeiger 3:38pm August 2, 2014)

I'm a binge reader. I just have to figure out if I'm going paper, Nook or
LaGina Reese 3:55am August 6, 2014)

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