Eternal Kiss of Darkness: The Night Huntress World Series, Book 2 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Eternal Kiss of Darkness: The Night Huntress World Series, Book 2 by Jeaniene Frost

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An immortal war has been brewing in the darkness … and now one woman has stumbled into the shadows.



  • I can't even comprehend how Frost pulls it off. There are so many vampire "romance" authors out there, but most of them either lack the ability to create sexual suspense (opting for explicit content instead) or struggle to depict consensual encounters. They also tend to overlook the need for substance between the steamy scenes, like character development or problem-solving. This book diverges slightly from its predecessors in the series by focusing more on character exploration and development rather than intense action. It's refreshing to see a female character who isn't portrayed as weak and actually takes initiative in enjoying sexual encounters. Despite a slow period in the middle, where the story mainly revolves around Kira adjusting to her new life, I still found the overall plot enjoyable. However, since we've already delved into this world through the previous books, it feels somewhat repetitive to introduce yet another newcomer vampire. Additionally, there are some sections solely dedicated to sexual content, which I usually prefer to have a purpose. Nevertheless, it's still a solid four-star story and far surpasses other vampire "romance" tales, apart from JR Ward's exceptional works (which you should definitely check out if you haven't already). The narration is satisfactory. While Bones's accent may be peculiar, all the voices are distinct and consistent, making it easy to identify who's speaking at any given moment.
  • I thought the concept of the story was fantastic. However, I found Mencheres to be overly formal and his lack of humor made the idea of being intimate with him quite dull. It's a shame for Kira because Mencheres is so rigid. The cover of the book also bothered me. Mencheres is described as an Egyptian man with long, dark hair. Clearly, the guy on the cover does not match that description, and he's not attractive either. This is a sticking point for me because I dislike the generic covers that publishers often use for such popular books. With that said, the plot of the book was compelling, and I don't regret buying it. It's an alright purchase, but I want to caution others that the romantic scenes are just average.
  • The story wasn't too shabby, enjoyed it most when Bones wasn't in the picture. The male narrators weren't anything special, but Bones' voice made me want to skip ahead. It's a shame, really, because I'm sure Bones and Cat had an intriguing story, but I was put off by it during the preview.