Sara's Review: Bound to Darkness (Midnight Breed #13) by Lara Adrian
Released: July 30, 2015
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 275 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback
Carys Chase is accustomed to making her own rules and letting her heart lead the way—no matter what anyone else has to say about it. A rare Breed female and a daywalker as well, headstrong, beautiful Carys is one of the most powerful of her kind. She lives passionately and loves without limits, especially when it comes to the lethal cage-fighting Breed warrior called Rune. Unbeatable in the ring, Rune exists in a brutal world of blood and bone and death. He’s made his share of enemies both in and out of the arena, and his secrets run as deep and turbulent as his past. A dangerous loner who has survived by his fists and fangs, Rune has never allowed anyone to get too close to him…until Carys. But when the bodies buried in his past rise up to threaten his present, Rune must choose between betraying Carys’s trust or putting her in the crosshairs of a battle neither of them can hope to win on their own.
Three Boundless Stars
I’ve been reading this series for years it seems. It was one of the originally Vampire series I started. I loved it.
Now that it has moved on and it’s approximately 20 years later and we are now dealing with the originally casts kids it’s just weird to me.
I understand the premise behind each story is for everyone to hook up and find their blood bonded mate but I feel like they were just born. I was just reading their parent’s story and now the kids are here and getting mated.
In Bound to Darkness we get Carys and Rune’s story. Carys being Chase’s daughter from the first set of books. Yes I’m thinking of them in two sets. The parents and the kids.
There is the ongoing storyline of the Atlantean’s and the Opus Nostrum. I will be honest I was really having to think back to the last couple of books about what was going on. There was recap but not a lot. I would defiantly not recommend this book as a start to this series.
Overall it was ok. I’m not sure I’m going to continue with this series. It’s lost its magic for me at this point, which is regrettable but I also think I am just burnt out on Vampires.
I will still tell anyone that this is by far one of the most originally Vampire PNR out there and would recommend it anyone looking for this type of book. But for the time being I think I done.