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Midnight Soul by Kristen Ashley

4 years ago


Goodreads|Amazon This ending was perfection. I didn't know I was waiting for this novel, but I certainly was. This wrapped up the series and answered all the questions I had floating along in my head from the pervious books. UH. The first 30% of this novel killed me. When I started reading Franka's story I was not a fan. I honestly don't think that anyone was. Until the reasons for why she is the way she is came to light. Then I felt terrible. I realistically understand that as a bystander we don't know all the dark secrets, but this book really makes you think about the ideas you from about people. You don't always know the whole truth. By 50% of this book I loved Franka and loved Noc even more. Both of them had so much healing to do but their journey was everything we wanted and more. Throw a little magic in the mix, and a lot of romance and you are hooked with this book. Everyone gets their answers and love rises above all.

The Synopsis:

Against his will, Noctorno Hawthorne, an undercover vice cop, finds himself embroiled in magic, mayhem and parallel universes. Too late, he meets an amazing woman only to find she’s destined for his identical twin in another world. And things aren’t going real great there. Noc is recruited to help save that world. What he doesn’t know is his destined love resides there. Franka Drakkar wears a mask. A mask she never takes off to protect herself in a world of malice, intrigue and danger. When Franka meets Noc and he discovers her secrets, convinced she carries a midnight soul, having shielded herself from forming bonds with anyone, she struggles with accepting his tenderness and care. When Noc meets Franka, over wine and whiskey, her masks slips and Noc knows it’s her—only her—and he has to find a way to get her to come home with him. And then make her want to stay.