Title: Night Angel
Series: Night #2.5
Author: Lisa Kessler
Format: eBook, 96 pages
Published: March 16th 2014 by Lisa's Lair Productions
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Source: Purchased by Reviewer
Sometimes the only way to heal is to love...
When Colin Flynn returns home to Ireland, the immortal Night Walker is not the protector he had once been. Although his flesh has healed, the scars hide a broken spirit.
Juliana Duffy is a survivor. She owns a florist shop and continues to play piano in spite of her deafness. Her prophetic dreams warn her of coming death and show her the faces of two men: one a customer and one a handsome stranger.
After hearing her music, Colin finds himself drawn to this woman who refuses to be defined by her injury. As an ancient enemy emerges and threatens her safety, Colin will need to learn Juliana's secret to overcome his wounds, and regain his strength.
But falling for a mortal could be the greatest risk of all...
This was a captivating addition to Lisa's Night Walker series! Night Walkers aren't vampires though they share some of the same characteristics as well as being Mayan gods AND shifters. All of her Night Walkers stories ROCK!
Night Angel is Colin's and Juliana's story. I'm so glad that Colin has gotten his own story, a tale of healing and love. Colin is our classic tortured hero having returned to Ireland a broken man after an altercation with a night demon. Juliana confuses and inspires him; She's a deaf pianist who is magically gifted and thriving despite the adversities she's suffered. He cannot understand how her disability has not disheartened her as his has him. The mystic emerald isle's idyllic peacefulness provides the perfect setting for the tale. When the picturesque landscape is disturbed by a sinister mythical villain who is preying on the villagers, Colin must find a way to stop him and save Juliana.
I was absolutely enthralled with the chemistry between Colin and Juliana... sexy, sweet and very romantic. Juliana is a very strong, independent woman and I greatly admired her spirit. Colin's despair was palpable as he felt helpless and a fraction of what he had been; My heart went out to him. The Celtic links enhanced the mystery and mystique. Lisa's writing just flows and she engages the reader with every word.
I would highly recommend this story - and all of the Night Walker books - to anyone who loves paranormal romances. Lisa's books are all must-reads for me.