Beth's Review: A Good Night (Night Bound Book 1) by Danielle Devon
Reviewer Request/Kindle Unlimited
Publisher: Emberlore Publishing
Released: July 15, 2016
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Romance
Length: 31 Pages
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A dark and chilling gothic romance.
As the youngest daughter born to the Marquis of Whitney, Isabella knew all too well the tempers of men. She dreamed of nothing more than escaping her gilded cage. Spoke her prayers in the dark, to whatever God or Devil may listen.
Lucien heard his name, not from above, from within. Inside his own mind, deep in his soul, her voice was a whisper. A prayer, a calling, a summoning he could no longer deny.
Was he an angel sent from the heavens to save her? Or a demon cast from the darkness to tempt her?
Don't miss this first story in the Night Bound trilogy!
Two Boundless Stars
I was offered this book in exchange for an honest review. The spelling and grammar were correct and the author is obviously an intelligent person; however, I felt the story was over written. I have a hard time reading this without stopping to need a nap in the middle. It just wasn’t for me. I’m sure there are some people that like short stories that are hard to get into and have an abrupt and empty ending, just not me. I generously give A Good Night 2 Boundless Stars. I will not recommend this or look forward to book 2.