Bound to Night

Bound to Night

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by Nina Croft
     
 

Waking up after a brutal werewolf attack, telepath Tasha Grant finds herself a prisoner of The Facility, an organization carrying out illegal research into the paranormal. She dreams of freedom, a normal life, and going home, but after eight long years, she believes it will never happen. Her life changes with the arrival of the stunningly gorgeous Jack, the latest

Overview

Waking up after a brutal werewolf attack, telepath Tasha Grant finds herself a prisoner of The Facility, an organization carrying out illegal research into the paranormal. She dreams of freedom, a normal life, and going home, but after eight long years, she believes it will never happen. Her life changes with the arrival of the stunningly gorgeous Jack, the latest unwilling guest of The Facility. Passion flares between them, but Jack refuses to share his body or his mind.

Jack must fight his burning desire for Tasha; he has a job to do—destroying The Facility—plus a very good reason for keeping his distance from for the young werewolf. Only when they escape their prison, does he admit his feelings and accept the possibility of a future together. However, Tasha yearns for a normal life, and Jack is a vampire…

As the past unravels and they uncover the secrets behind Tasha’s attack, she realizes that ‘home’ is farther away than ever. Now, she must decide if that matters when the alternative is an place at Jack’s side…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044500457
Publisher:
Nina Croft
Publication date:
10/14/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
23,164
File size:
255 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Bound To Night 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
arlenadean More than 1 year ago
By: Nina Croft Published By: N.C. Age Recommended: Adult Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Rating: 4 Book Blog For: GMTA Series: Sisters of the Moon #1 Review: "Bound to Night" by Nina Croft was the first in the series: 'Sisters of the Moon.' I found this novel to be as usual one of Ms Croft reads that keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what is coming next. This was a short read but a well written ship of a relations that formed between a vampire and werewolf. Even though this started out as a friendship it becomes so much more. We find that this young girl, Tasha Grant who was 'telepathic' was attacked by a werewolves at thirteen year old and has lived at 'the Facility" for the past eight years in horrible conditions. Over the years had been forced to turn into one, however, this would not happen...not even during the full moon. A vampire named Jack who was also being held at the 'Facility' was Tasha's only friend and would feed on her at night. Tasha even asks Jack how to turn but he refuses to tell her 'how tor turn, fearful that the men will force the truth out of her with the truth serum.' So, Jack with some assistance from the outside escapes and takes Tasha with him and then this story really gets interesting and this is where I you must pick up this good read of "Bound to Night" to find out what Ms. Croft has in store for the reader. How is this to work with vampires and werewolves are enemies? What all does her father have to do with her being attacked in the first place? From the read you will learn more about Tasha 'special abilities, the circumstances of her birth and most of all her fathers secrets. If you are looking for a quick fast paced read with even some paranormal sex romance you have come to the right place for Ms. Croft's "Bound to Night" would be a good read that I would recommend to you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stats: 175 nook pages. Paranormal romance. Adult. Free. Part one of a trilogy. I saw you can buy all 3 nook books in a bundle for $2.99. I thought it was rather unbelievable that Tasha would be so sane after 8 years of torturous imprisonment. I would be totally bonkers. Anyway, super quick, sexy read. I won't be buying the sequals.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is well written but highly innappropriate for anyone under 17.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good read. Reminds me of Christine Feehan's "Ghostwalker" series, but with vampires and werewolves instead psychic humans.
SJCatlady More than 1 year ago
Totally enjoyed this story. Very short, but very good.  Going to get the next two in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautifully written well thought out story. A unique twist to the story. Impressive .L.M.A.
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Was good. Wished it was a bit longer, will look out for the rest of series.
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rascal26 More than 1 year ago
Free book? - Not really! After reading this, I had to go buy the Sisters of the Moon Box Set!
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Not real impressed with the story. It is a quick read and was free so I can't complain on that note.