Hunt or be hunted . . . A centuries-old obsession stalks a noble family fighting to hide their dark secret from an ever-changing world. Sink your teeth into Nancy Gideon's Touched by Midnight series.
A Reckless Quest . . .
A savage killer stalks the dark streets of turn-of-the-century New York. To keep her father's newspaper afloat, publisher Cassie Alexander chases the story. But what she catches is a madman's attention.
A Dark Deception . . .
When her reclusive neighbor Louis Radcliffe rescues her from an attack, Cassie finds her vow of independence shaken by the strong attraction between them. It's an attraction Louis denies, even as the invalid grandmother he cares for pushes to bring them together--for reasons that will break both their hearts.
An Inevitable Sacrifice . . . .
Determined to hide his secrets from her, Louis soon becomes the cornerstone of Cassie's investigation. He can't allow her stubbornness to place her life--and his immortal soul--in danger. But as much as he tries to keep her safe in his arms, it soon becomes evident that Cassie's become a target. And Louis has no choice but to find out if their love is strong enough to withstand the truth . . . .
"Gripping! Readers are pulled into a whirlwind while surrendering their souls!"-- Gothic Journal
"Darkly sensual and suspenseful Midnight Surrender is nothing short of special! Lovers of vampire romances take notice!"--The Literary Times
"Gideon mesmerizes with this chilling tale. You'll read it and read it again. Superb!"-- Rendezvous
Nancy Gideon is the award-winning author of over fifty-eight novels ranging from historical and contemporary suspense to paranormal, including her Touched by Midnight vampire romance series, with a couple of horror screenplays thrown into the mix. When not at the keyboard or working full time as a legal assistant, she can be found feeding her addictions for Netflix and all things fur, feather, and fin in Southwestern Michigan. For more on Nancy visit and
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Midnight Surrender, Book 3 of the Touched by Midnight Series, Nancy Gideon Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre: Romance, Sci-fi and Fantasy It wasn't until I was maybe a third into this book that I began to get That Feeling - you know, that idea that the characters are familiar, that you're read something about them. due to a crossover on publishing dates I'd failed to see I'd read book two ( but not book one). This story is set maybe 30-50 years later where Arabella, who wasn't a huge character in the last book, is now an old lady. I could see that rather than a book about a connected theme but with individual characters as I'd assumed ( similar to DB Reynolds Vampire series ), it was the characters that were connected. I'd read book two, found it an enjoyable story with some good characters but it failed to really connect with me. My issue completely, not the book, not all books suit all readers. If I'd realised that I'd have passed on this one. To my surprise though I really enjoyed this read, I felt much more familiar with the characters and enjoyed the light historical touches. The connecting thread really is Louis, Gerard and Bianca, and the old age story of passion, lust and jealousy. When that involves vampires of course it can cover generations given their potentially long lives. Bianca still want's Louis for herself, and now Arabella is reaching the end of her life she's back for another try. Of course there's the complication of Louis and Arabella's neighbour Cassie, who has her own difficulties managing her late fathers magazine. Alongside those two issues there's the murders plaguing the City... Its a story of passion and intrigue, of dangers and betrayals, and set in a gentle historical context with the restraints that the era places on single ladies. I surprised myself by enjoying it - its not a can't put down novel, but feeling I had a better knowledge of those involved I was drawn to the story and entertained to the end. Its not a story I'm likely to re read but is a series I'd like to follow to see how everything plays out. Stars: Four, an enjoyable story with a historical touch. ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers If you enjoyed my review I'd love it if you would please click “Like” and if you didn't I'd love to know why, so I can make future reviews more helpful.