Lord Devlin White, Duke of Winterbourne, is the last in a long line of powerful witches who assist the Demon Lord of London in keeping control of the nightwalkers living amongst normal men. With all but one of his siblings gone to the new American colonies and his proud family line all but ended, Devlin is kept from gloom and despair only by his unusual ward, Midnight. Neither alive nor dead, sustained by magic and a bond to Devlin, and confined to the night, Midnight is happy to spend his life by Devlin's side - though he longs for the day that Devlin sees him as more than a ward. But the powerful magic that raised him from the dead is desperately sought by someone who will stop at nothing to obtain the secret of Midnight that Devlin would die to protect....
©2011 Megan Derr (P)2015 Less Than Three Press, LLC
I have really enjoyed all 3 books and would welcome another 10 in the series.
Ms Derr's imagination is awesome and don't know where she gets her inspiration but please don't stop writing
The narration was quite good even though I was initially put off by the English accent( find most seem slightly contrived)
Mr Jake did an excellent job with the voice various characters
"Excellent 3rd book in this series!"
At first I was slightly upset that the fabulous Paul Morey did not narrate this book also, but once I realized that an English accent was required for this installment, I was simply blown away by Mr. Jake's performance. Excellent range of voices and the perfect cadence for all the MC's and supporting characters. Well done to you both, Ms. Derr and Mr. Jake.
"Best of the series!"
This has always been my favorite of the series so I was very happy to see the audio book finally come out. The narrator does an excellent job and really enhances an already great story. Very well done. You won't be disappointed!
Instead of world building Megan Derr achieved deconstruction of the world without creating anything to replace what was taken away. Instead she used all sorts of gobbledygook she made up that had no basis folktales or modern paranormal literature. There story is entirely void of substance, I found it entirely unmemorable and actually boring.
Megan Derr's book Dance with the Devil on the other hand is lots of fun and a true gem I rate with five stars and recommend..
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