Book Info

Author: R.M. Gilmore
Title: Endless Night
Published On: January 10th 2014
Publisher: Mac Gille Mhur
Pages: 221
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Occult & Supernatural, Paranormal, Urban
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WARNING: Extreme use of the F bomb. Reader beware.

The graciously irreverent heroine, Dylan Hart is at it again. With a couple of headless corpses under her belt, Dylan's crunchy exterior has reached maximum density. In The Big Easy, surrounded by ‘vampire’ elite, Dylan finds herself entangled in the underground world of blood and magic at the Endless Night Masque de Sang.

With an unexpected cohort, Dylan begins her descent into what she thinks will be a weekend filled with the macabre romance of the sanguinary community. Leaving behind her familiar city and any ally she may have, it quickly becomes obvious she's alone in a sea of dangers she never knew existed.

When a chance encounter brings a fascinating woman into her world, Dylan is forced to sift through fact and fiction to uncover a much more frightening villain. Voodoo. Who do?

Also by this author: Sacrifice, The Scene (Dylan Hart Odyssey of the Occult, #1)

Mike’s Review

[usr 4]

While I didn’t enjoy this outing of Dylan Hart as much as I did The Scene, It was still a hilarious and creeptastic read! Imagine a mashup of Serpent and the Rainbow with Miss Congeniality and you’ll be in a good starting point for this romp through the Big Easy!

Dylan dazzles the sanguinarian elite with her grace and charm.. oh who am I kidding? She plows through that town with her self-deprecating wit, a bad attitude, and just a little bit of hope that she can salvage something useful from her time in New Orleans. This book was hilarious, occasionally heartfelt, and a great setup for book 3. Make sure you’ve got it ready though because you’ll want to start it right away after this cliffhanger ending!

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