• King of Midnight

  • Midnight Breed, Book 18
  • By: Lara Adrian
  • Narrated by: Hillary Huber
  • Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (55 ratings)

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By: Lara Adrian
Narrated by: Hillary Huber
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As a Breed warrior and the son of the Order's founder and commander, Darion Thorne is an exacting tactician and a lethal combatant, yet nothing can prepare him for the catastrophic act that forces him to step to the helm of the Order as its leader. With their adversaries growing bolder and more brazen with every strike, Darion knows he must take the war to them before it's too late to stop them at all.

Yet of all their enemies, the one most dangerous for Darion is the beautiful, yet volatile, Selene, Queen of the Atlanteans. Determined to recover four powerful crystals stolen from her ages ago, Selene will go to any lengths to have them. When that goal puts one of the Order's own in the crosshairs, she finds herself locked in a personal battle with Darion, a Breed warrior she knows she should despise, yet who stirs an unbidden desire within her.

With the battle lines drawn between them and a diabolical evil on the rise, can Darion and Selene put aside their mistrust in time to save all they hold dear, or will they see the world plunge into a darkness that has no end?

Contains mature themes.

©2022 Lara Adrian (P)2022 Tantor

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OMG it's over!! But what a perfect ending...or is it??
This made a perfect conclusion to the Breed World or new beginning to allies and family!!

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Quite a Conclusion

I wasn’t aware that this was the last book to the series, it was quite surprised to find that to be true. But with that being said, it was the perfect book for completing this series. They can be many other spinoffs of it, but the ultimate goal of the order of breed warriors were finally able to live without war. The crew that fought to save people from rogue vampires, were finally able to live in peace and work on rebuilding lost trust with humans.
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A great ending to a phenomenal series

I ugly cried at the end. Lucan is still the best of the best. I felt like most things were wrapped up nicely. I would like to have touched base with Jenna and Brock again at the end, but that's being nitpicky I suppose. Epic final battle sequence for sure. Dare and Lucan are so much alike in all the good ways. Tegan is his solid loyal self. One of the greatest things about Lara is how she stays true to her characters. I wish this book was 3 hours longer so we could get an epilog on everyone.