Elizabeth Davenport loves a good time. She's a rich, twenty-one-year-old vampire embarking on a new career and living the high life in New York City. Her father, famous real-estate mogul Nathan Davenport, will do anything to protect Beth, who is the apple of his eye. One night at an art premiere, she meets Dr. Noah Langston, an OB/GYN for vampires. He's handsome, sexy, and two hundred and fifty years older than her. It isn't long after Beth begins to date Noah that she incurs a stalker. Their budding romance takes a backseat to this menace who is wreaking havoc in Beth's life. He abducts one of her friends and threatens to kill her if Beth won't agree to see him. Now everyone in Beth's life is working overtime to catch this killer who has a sick fantasy that Beth is his life mate. Can Beth catch this killer in time or will it be too late?
About the Author
Lana Campbell is the author of the Forever and a Night vampire romance series. The first book in her series is Forever and a Night. Her second book Dark Experiments came out 5/21/17. Her third book, Deadly Secrets, released 9/30/17. Book four Feral Desires was released on 3/3/18. She loves writing paranormal romance and is an avid reader of it too. From the time she was fourteen Lana always had a romance novel in her backpack and was reading it after school, at school, wherever she could find a few minutes to read. Reading enticed her to write. She wrote her first book in 1995, but never considered publishing anything until much later. She got serious about publishing in 2014 and Forever and a Night came out in 2016. The rest is history. Lana lives in Pea Ridge AR with her oldest daughter, Jessica and a cat named Jenna.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Feral Desires (forever and a night book 4) Okay, this was a new spin on Vampires. It defiantly was not your run of the mill vamp book, and that alone made it quite enjoyable. Elizabeth AKA wild one, along with the vampires like her are very humanized. Although most vampires are empathetic and work side by side with the human, as always, every being has their rejects or their ferals so to speak. The Characters are well put together and likeable, including the rejects, the ones we are not supposed to like. The flow of the book was smooth and easy to follow. I had no issue turning the pages. They only issue I had may have been just me. The ending seemed to be drawn out, but all in all, it was a good book.