Night's Deep Hush

Night's Deep Hush

by Erin Kellison
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Night's Deep Hush by Erin Kellison

Dreaming turns dangerous...

Malcolm Rook and Jordan Lane are on the run from powerful forces that seek their deaths. But they are discovered by someone from Rook's dark past. Under no circumstances will Rook allow this criminal to learn how talented Jordan is in the world Darkside. Instead, Rook succumbs so that she has a chance to survive.

Rook has been abducted and Jordan assumes the worst. She's fallen for him and will do anything to get him back. Alone on the streets, she concocts a plan that will take her into the black market of dreams to find help. An unlikely ally comes to her aid, and together they search and for love, the other for vengeance.

Night's Deep Hush is the fourth installment in the Reveler serial, a hot paranormal romance set in a world where shared dreaming is a new pop culture phenomenon that allows people to indulge their wildest fantasies. But there are also unknown dangers Darkside; nightmares are slowly infiltrating not only dreams, but the waking world as well.

Revel with me.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149821709
Publisher: Fire Flower Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 07/13/2014
Series: Reveler Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 554 KB

About the Author

Erin Kellison is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of the Shadow series and Shadow Kissed series, which share the same world, where dark fantasy meets modern fairy tale. Delve into dreamscapes in her new Reveler series, releasing Summer 2014.

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Night's Deep Hush 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
burns_erin More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC of this book from the Publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. This is book 4 in the Revelers series. I am almost literally about to tear my hair out over these stories. I simply adore them, they feel so fresh and interesting, so much so that I just want to settle down and dig in, but she...just...keeps...dropping...snippets. In addition, while the first story is free, the rest are all 2.99 so this is starting to feel like some awfully expensive snippets. This installment returns primarily to Jordan and Rook. When Rook is kidnapped, Jordan will do anything to rescue him, even teaming up with Vince, the man who once tried to betray her. Kellison has expanded the Reve world once again with this installment. And damn it, I'm still fascinated, still enthralled with what she's building here. While I was expecting this to be Vince's story, it's really more of an expositional piece that furthers the plot arc, world building, and introduces us to what Vince's story will be, and who his heroine is-and heads up she's a terribly interesting anti-heroine (we so rarely see those). The 5th story will be out August 11, and I don't know whether to hope it's the last, or hope for more. In a way, I'll be disappointed if the next is the last story, but honestly, I think I'll be more disappointed if it isn't.
rz06g4 More than 1 year ago
Night’s Deep Hush brings us back to the “OC” (original couple), Malcolm and Jordan. As the overall story of the series continues, Malcolm and Jordan think they’re laying low until they can gather more Intel on the corrupt Chimera and Lambert. But someone captures Malcolm and is forcing him to do a job – rescue an innocent child caught up in the corruption. Jordan immediately goes into rescue mode, and finds help from a somewhat unlikely source – Vince Blackman. Vince is out to get revenge on whoever murdered his father, but Jordan isn’t sure she can trust Vince considering his role in how she came to be involved in the Reveler world to start. Kellison is doing a great job progressing the storyline while letting us revisit the main characters we’ve come to care about. Vince is revisited character, but definitely changed from the man desperate to do anything to save his father. Plus, we’re also introduced to a very important enemy/ally (Enely? Alemy?), which will play a big role in the next book of the series. Another good cliffhanger, but just giving the reader something to look forward to – love this series. Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review
avidreaderGC10 More than 1 year ago
Great story. It is a continuation of the previous books. It can be read alone but the characters have mostly been visited before. It is a little scary to think someone could come into your dreams and worse could kidnap you there. I can't wait to read the next one.
ledLD More than 1 year ago
Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This series is very enjoyable. Good read!
MO_BOOKS More than 1 year ago
green____ More than 1 year ago
Digs in Deeper... Here we have the fourth book in this series. It backs up a little and shows you what happens to Jordan and Rook when they disappeared in book 3. You meet some new characters bad and good. This turns out to be an interesting piece of the puzzle that makes up the Reveler Series. Certain facts unfold, yet more questions come to light. I am really curious about Vince... how things will develop for the next book. It does leave things open. This series has me hooked! I love the growth of the characters... how things are revealed and the little teases that make me want to know more! What a series! * copy gifted in exchange for an honest review.
TammyS32 More than 1 year ago
This is book for in the Reveler Series and they just keep getting more exciting. Rook is kidnapped by someone from his past and Jordan is looking for him and not sure who she can trust. Sleep is your enemy and can kill you. Will Jordan find Rook in time? I am really enjoying this series, I just wish it was a bit longer and included a bit more romance. Looking forward to more.
Hfowler More than 1 year ago
Book 4 in the Reveler series was fast paced, short (under 100 pages), and did not have any dull moments.  I didn't like how it ended though; I felt like the ending was too abrupt. There was not enough of a conclusion. Also, there were no "romance novel" scenes, there was just some passionate kisses, but beyond that it focused on the rest of the plot and conflict. The conflict centers around a new character, Mirren, who kidnaps Rook in order for him to track down her son, who her father has kidnapped. I do look forward to her and Vincent's story. Overall, I liked it, but I wanted more, much more. **Copy given in exchange for honest reviwe**
NPNowlin More than 1 year ago
I feel somewhat like I'm reading through one large book in installments, rather than a novella with a  short but defined beginning/middle/end. I'm not saying it's wrong, but it's a little disconcerting to have every book end mostly unresolved. This book in particular circles back to the original book 1 characters and hints at who is likely the focus of book 5, but it all is taking place in a short amount of space. All of the books are very interconnected and growing increasingly complicated. When the series is finished, I'd recommend reading it in an anthology rather than as novellas for continuity. Copy received in return for honest review.
AngelaJM More than 1 year ago
This is part 4 of the series and reveals a deepening of the plot. It uses and builds on each of the three previous instalments, revealing more information, whilst hinting at further secrets to be unveiled. Part of an original series fans of paranormal fiction will love. Copy gifted in exchange for an honest review.
TeresaBowen More than 1 year ago
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I am enjoying this series. You really need to read these from the first one as they each build on the previous books. In this one we are back with Koll and Jordan.They are on the run as some of the Chimera are corrupt and they aren't sure who they are. Someone Koll worked with before becoming Chimera finds him and takes him to the Dreamscape to help a female find her son. Jordan of course follows later to help him out with the help of a Vince who seems to be linked to Jordan. They work together to help find the child. I don't wish to give to much away so will leave it at that but am really looking forward to the next book as I think I know who this one will follow. The books go really fast and leave you wanting more but are a very good read.
Anne_C More than 1 year ago
On the run from Chimera, Jordan and Malcolm Rook try not to stay in one place too long.  Despite that, someone from Rook's past appears and wants to use him for his tracking talents.   Rook sends Jordan on an errand, to prevent anyone from knowing how powerful her talent is.  When he says no, Malcolm's choice is taken away from him, and he is kidnapped.  When Jordan returns, she is intercepted by old foe Vince Blackwell telling her that Malcolm has been taken.  He tries to convince her he wants to help.   Jordan, of course, doesn't believe him and takes off to try to find a way to help Malcolm.  I love how proactive Jordan's character is.  She certainly doesn't sit around wringing her hands in despair. She is determined to find Malcolm one way or another and, with limited, resources it is interesting how she manages it.  Vince, apparently having a connection with Jordan, tracks her down again, much to her frustration.  Ultimately, she is convinced of his good intentions and partners up with him.  Malcolm is told he must find a child, a child kidnapped by his grandfather, Didier Lambert.  Although pissed off, it's a child in danger on the Darkside.  With the hunt started, Malcolm must find the child and make sure he and Jordan come out of this mess alive.  Night's Deep Hush is Book 4 in the continuation of the Reveler series, and just as exciting as the ones before it.  I am loving this very different world, and waiting eagerly to read more.  Erin Kellison has created something totally unique with the Reveler series, which hooks you in before you know it.   (Copy gifted in exchange for an honest review.)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book 4 and the story is starting to unfurl, adding more dimension to the main characters and introducing other elements for the continuance of an extremely complex fiction. Because of Rook’s reputation as a tracker he has been kidnapped to help find Mirren’s baby, David, who has supposedly been kidnapped by her Father, Didier Lambert. Rook’s concern is primarily for Jordan - and Jordan’s for Rook - and they locate each other in a blackmarket Rêve, Jordan assisted by Vince. Rook continues to look for David, but this presents problems when the “mark”, Murs, suggests to Mirren that Rook would be more useful to Didier than David. Jordan and Vince have to rescue Rook, but when they realise Didier’s arrival is imminent, Vince remains with Mirren, to help fight her Father, and this in itself awakens their lust for each other. In the meantime, Rook and Jordan awake and are left “holding the baby”. The story continues to intrigue me and I look forward to reading the next chapter in this riveting journey into the Darkside. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review. This is the fourth part of a series and must be read in order for you to receive the full benefit.  We return to the two characters who started this series, Malcolm Rook and Jordan Lane. They are on the run from pretty much everyone and stay no longer than 3 days in any one place but it appears that 3 days is too long as Malcolm feels a 'ping' in his head that tells him they have been found. He sends Jordan out alone to get the food in the hope that it will keep her safe. Jordan knows something is up but refuses to become one of those girls so just does as she has been asked.  So, that's the start of the story. What happens to Malcolm? Will Jordan be ok? Let me just say that this story moves along at the same fast pace as the previous ones do... and Jordan is no wilting wallflower! She is not only ok, she is able to deal with Vince Blackman AND find Rook so that she knows what is going on. She also manages to get messages to her sister and Harlen so she is far from helpless which is just brilliant reading. I loved the fact that although this story is about Malcolm and Jordan, we nevertheless see other characters that we have met in the previous books and so keep up to date with them too. Vince is becoming a character of interest so I will be watching him! If you want a Paranormal Romance that doesn't have sparkly vampires or overgrown werewolves, then why not give the Rêve a try?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was great i am really stuck on this series looking forward to the next one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Raonaid More than 1 year ago
Review courtesy of Romance Junkies: Malcolm Rook is an on-the-run ex-Chimera agent. He and his recruit-turned-girlfriend have learned of terrifying creatures preying on revelers in the dreamwaters and the deep rooted corruption in the organization he used to be employed at. Malcolm’s murky past finally catches up to him. An old accomplice forces him to return to the old life of an illegal Reve trafficker to keep his lover safe from both Chimera and the unscrupulous people who wanted Jordan for her unique skills.  Jordan Lane has given up her respectable life and steady job to follow Malcolm on the run. He is responsible for awakening Jordan to her rare talent in the dreamscape, talents most sought after. An unlikely ally helps her escape the abductors who took Malcolm and learns of his abduction. She utilizes the lessons Malcolm taught her to stay clear of Chimera’s radar. Jordan hatches a plan to send a covert message to her sister about Malcolm’s situation and form a way to free her love from the people holding him hostage.  NIGHT’S DEEP HUSH brings us back to the hero and heroine first introduced in book one, DARKNESS FALLS. The novella feels almost like a continuation of their story. I profess I enjoyed returning back to this particular couple and that the book was in their point-of-view as the storyline progresses.  Jordan’s growth personality wise is really pronounced in this story. In the previous two books, we got a sense of the subtle change she will undergo. Jordan is no longer the goody-goody she had once been. It is a great change of pace to have the woman play the role of the rescuer instead of the man. She really shows her loyalty and ingenuity when it comes to the people she loves.  I am glad the author delves deeper into Malcolm’s background. In DARKNESS FALLS, we receive hints of the life he had lead before Chimera and Jordan. And his weakness towards children-in-need makes him more humane and real. My heart melted at the ending scene with him and David.  Vince Blackman’s role in this installment surprised me. I am pleased at how he redeems himself and that the next novella is about him and Mirren, of which I had suspicions. The character who was not what I expected is Mirren. The author painted the woman as a dastardly villain only to prove my assumption of her wrong, that there is a valid reason for what she does.  Now the author did wet my curiosity about the Sandman, and I hope a clue on his or her identity to be revealed in the fifth book.  NIGHT’S DEEP HUSH is an action-packed quick read in a world so new and different that it easily stands apart from all other paranormal books. There are not too many books dealing with the dreamworld, which makes this series so appealing. NIGHT’S DEEP HUSH is the fourth book in the REVELER series and appears the shortest out of the others but in no ways does the shortness detract from the deepening plot. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Night's Deep Hush is book 4 of the Reveler Series. It is best to read the series in order or it could be confusing. This is a creative world in which Reveler's share dreams. The characters are interesting and fun. It reads quickly! I also love Erin Kellison's Shadow Series!
Mich_Mc More than 1 year ago
In this 4th instalment we catch up with Rook and Jordan (the couple we met in book 1) and the over all story arc takes new twists and turns. I really enjoyed this one and with the ending I can not wait for the 5th novella. I love the in-depth world Erin has created and how she keeps adding layers and intricacies to the plot and characters.
KatsNook More than 1 year ago
Night’s Deep Hush is the 4th book in Erin Kellison’s Reveler series and it’s another exciting installment to the series!  With Night’s Deep Hush we continue the story of the original main characters, Malcolm and Jordan.  With the last book, Darksider, we were left with the cliffhanger of Malcolm’s kidnapping.  I don’t want to spoil the story but there was surprising twists revealed here.  Author Erin Kellison does a great job of tricking us and giving that Matrix feel to the story of not knowing what is real or what is a dream.   I really liked seeing Jordan and Malcolm again.  Jordan has become strong and independent. She is also streetwise, thanks to Malcolm’s guidance.  It was great seeing her take charge of Malcolm’s rescue, especially since she is separated from her sister Maisie and Steven Coll.  I also enjoyed seeing another side of Malcolm.  In the first book he was the tough guy, which he still is.  But we get to see a sensitive side of him by how he cares for Jordan.  So it was nice to see Jordan and Malcolm grow closer as a couple. The thought of people invading your dreams is really frightening to me.  I continue to get amazed at how unique this series is. Now we meet more characters and see a change in the story.  I can’t wait to find out what happens next.  This was a short story but it was very entertaining!
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wolfspirit12188 More than 1 year ago
I'am in love with this series. It gets better and better with every book . Erin brings us a new character in which we can relate to and walk through the dreams with . I cant wait to see what book 5 brings us .
tracier More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars Another great instalment in the Reveler series On the run and almost out of time Malcolm Rook and Jordan Lane are trying to get enough evidence to clear their names and bring down those who have corrupted the Reve. When Malcolm senses someone from his past he is only thankful Jordan is not around because Chuck is not anyone he want Jordan associated with. Kidnapped and forced to help Mirren, the daughter of his enemy, Malcolm knows he must find a way out. But when Jordan shows up with Vince Blackman aka the Madman everything changes. Can Malcolm complete what he needs to do and will they all be able to break free or has their luck finally run out. I found myself quickly lost in the pages of Night's Deep Hush and enjoyed every minute of the journey. I would highly recommend you add this to your TBR list.
KahlanMercy More than 1 year ago
Reveler Book 4. This story brings us back to Malcolm Rook and Jordan Lane when Rook is taken by an old acquaintance and a monster.  Still a fugitive of Chimera, Jordan runs into Vincent Blackman and sets up a dangerous, illegal Reve to save Rook. This book will take you back into a world where dreams and nightmares merge, and the people you thought you could trust are the enemy.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Night's Deep Hush, Reveler Series 4, Erin Kellison Review from jeannie zelos book reviews I enjoyed book one, missed the next two but then saw this one. Jordan and Rook are two of my favourite characters so I was pleased to see they are the main feature. They're on the run from Chimera, the organisation that polices Reve, the dreamworld for sale. Sadly though the people involved who are crooked go very high up in the organisation, so finding out who to trust is hard. They get caught, not by Chimera but by someone else who wants Rooks talents for a specific but very dangerous job. Rook is taken, by lucky chance Julia manages to avoid capture, and is out to rescue him. It brings her into great danger though and Rook too is in dire straights, caught in reeve and its dangers. Kept in sleep too long and a person can die, but his welfare isn't the concern of the person who is using him. This is such an unusual fantasy, based around dreams and dreaming. When we think we only use a tiny per cent of our brain capabilities this isn't so far fetched. I'm one of those who always – every time I sleep even if only a nap – dreams very vividly, the impossible seems easy, the unreal is real, and I can fall into a dream I've had before if I concentrate, though the shape of it differs each time. I can really believe in a premise such as this, shared dreaming, and it makes for a great and very different series to the norm. It's quite difficult at first to let go and fall into the story, but to enjoy it and to feel part of it you really need to believe in it I feel, and of course with my dreams I do. Nightmares are powerful things, and the areas and characters here that come from them are very realistic. It's not a horror book though – with my prospensity to get bad dreams from innocuous subjects I avoid those like the plague. Dreams I can do and enjoy – nightmares – no thanks! I avoid any books or films I think will encourage them. It's amazing just what the subconcious mind filters in dreams, things we feel we didn't notice pop up as major events, and so in this book the land of dreams, the Reve, has anything and everything in it. Stars: Four and a half, it's a great read if you are looking for something a bit different from the usual fantasy/paranormal fiction offerings. Arc supplied via /netgalley and publishers.