• Dark Nightingale

  • A Katie Bishop Novel, Book 4
  • By: Luanne Bennett
  • Narrated by: Whitney Dykhouse
  • Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Three vampires walk into a tattoo shop.

Some people would welcome their long-lost family. But when your father is a ruthless, ancient vampire, it’s best to run in the opposite direction. 

Emmaline is a demure witch with a heart of gold. She’s also more powerful than all of Blackthorn Grove’s witches combined. After 20 years of exile enforced by the coven, her father, Adrik, has come back to Savannah with his clan to claim his daughter. He’s hell-bent on taking Emmaline back to his house of vampires in New Orleans. 

Katie Bishop is determined to protect Emmaline and send the vampires back to Louisiana, but Emmaline may not be the only one who needs protecting. There’s something inside Katie that could make Adrik want to possess her, too. 

What is Adrik really after, and why is he no longer afraid of the coven? The race is on to figure that out and to stop the trail of bodies the vampires are leaving all over town. 

Dark Nightingale is the fourth book in the Katie Bishop series. 

©2019 Luanne Bennett (P)2021 Luanne Bennett

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Good story but the main character is Irritating

So now we are on the fourth book of Katie‘s adventures. And I’ve noticed a pattern she quite often is too stupid to live, yet she does. Her character flaw is that she won’t rely on her friends when she should and gets too cocky and independent. If you’re into the story like I am you’re already screaming “don’t be so dumb”. Hopefully she actually grows as a person as the series continues. It’s always aggravating when the characters don’t grow personally.

The narration was flawless as ever. She really makes the story come alive.