Gorgeous blond nightclub singer Cara Firon doesn't look like a monster. But a twisted killer is leaving a trail of bodies in seedy hotel rooms across town and right now, mysterious Cara is detective Todd Brooke's only suspect.Cara knows it's foolish to be drawn to a man who thinks she's a murderer. She is one of the Others, a race of powerful, paranormal creatures who live among humans. Cara's particular abilities make men putty in her hands - all except the rugged, sexy Detective Brooks.As uneasy trust gives way to mind-blowing desire, Cara and Todd will go head-to-head with a killer whose mission is deeply personal, and who's determined to serve up revenge that's hotter than hellfire, and just as deadly.
Cindy (USA: NV) (2009/12/08):
Excellent read and a direct sequel to Hotter After Midnight. Like its predecessor, it's a paranormal page turner with an action plot. In Hotter, the police captain and the hero tried to keep the hero's human partner in the dark about the supernatural elements. It doesn't really work. In Midnight Sins, Todd Brooks comes face-to-face with the supernatural when the very lovely, very desirable Cara Maloan becomes a suspect in a serial murder case only to learn she is a succubus who has sworn off sex - at least until she meets Todd. Todd can't leave her alone and it soon becomes clear that someone is trying to frame her for the murders.
Todd's efforts at resolving his newly widened world view [his partner is a werewolf, his girlfriend is a succubus, and the victims all seemed to have been killed by a sex demon] add interest to the story line. He may be only human but he is NOT giving up on his partner, NOT giving up on the case, and definitely NOT giving up on his girlfriend.
The murderer is not obvious, the characters are well written, the plot is suspenseful, and the dialogue contains a lot of humor. What more can you asK
Order is very important...
Hotter After Midnight (2008)
Midnight Sins (2008)
Midnight's Master (2009)