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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2009

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    Great Read

    This is the first book I read of Emma Holly's and loved it. I wish I had read Kissing Midnight first, and then Breaking Midnight, and last Saving Midnight..Emma's writing is so different then other authors that write about vampires,werewolves...She just keeps you wanting more and that is what I love about her books...I love the story between Graham and Penelope.
    Emma Holly is a wonderful writer and author...I plan on reading many more of her books...

    Lara Adrian an author who raved about Emma Holly is another great author.

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  • Posted December 22, 2009

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    Another fabulous entry in the series!

    I love anything by Emma Holly and this is no exception. Great story ... a quick pace ... some conflict ... lots of HOT moments and romance. What more can you ask for?

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  • Posted July 21, 2009

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    SAVING MIDNIGHT transports readers to a romantic fantasy alternate depression Era that is bloody great.

    In 1934 the Fitz Clare clan are a family composed of vampires and humans who love and cherish one another deeply; so much so each would die to save one of their bloods. Graham recently proved this premise when his adopted father Edmond was kidnapped by two vampires who demanded he reveal how to create more undead; Graham was changed into a vampire and with the help of beautiful Pen, they rescue Edmond who suffers from post traumatic stress disorder (see BREAKING MIDNIGHT).

    Now his fiancée Estelle asks for help from the vampire that Edmond most loathes in the world. Graham finds he misses Pen and his emotions are all tangled because he needs to see her but refuses to contact her. Pen thought he was interested in her, but when two rogue vamps Li-Hua and Frank attack her at the plantation she now owns, she call Graham's family for help. Graham, his mortal brother Ben and his pregnant wife Sally come to help her. They realize they have to find the artifact that gives the evil vamps more power and even when they do they fear they are in for the battle of their lives as the enemy is stronger than a regular (if there can be such a thing) vampire as they share a mystical bond that exponentially enhances their strengths proving the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Meanwhile Graham and Pen are sharing their feelings for one another.

    Emma Holly's "Midnight" saga is one of the best historical urban romantic fantasies written today (see KISSING MIDNIGHT) as humans and vampires find love with one another. The characters are well defined especially the extended Fitz Clare clan whose philosophy is to cover each others back and neck.. The different vampires have diverse powers, which they learn to use by experimenting as no one can teach a fledgling what to do. SAVING MIDNIGHT transports readers to a romantic fantasy alternate depression Era that is bloody great.

    Harriet Klausner

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