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Author: Trinity Tam,Nell Stark
ISBN13: 978-1602822382
Title: nightrise (everafter series)
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (August 16, 2011)
Pages: 288

nightrise (everafter series) by Trinity Tam,Nell Stark



Nell Stark grew up predominately on the east coast of the USA, attended Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, and is now pursuing a doctorate in medieval English literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. When she is not teaching, writing, or teaching in the university's Writing Center, she enjoys cooking, sailing, reading, and any sport that involves running around maniacally. Trinity Tam is an award-winning writer-producer of movies and television. I have enjoyed this series thus far. However, I struggled a bit with this book. Typically, in this series, either Valentine or Alexa is saving one or the other from some heinous struggle against another.

By Nell Stark, Trinity Tam. everafter series Book 1. How far would you go to save your lover's soul? When medical student Valentine Darrow is bitten by a Vampire on her way home to propose to her lover, Alexa Newland, her life becomes a nightmare. She is consumed-both by a craving for human blood, and by an obsession to find her attacker and bring him to justice. Alexa is determined to be everything that Valentine needs, but when Val's appetite outstrips Alexa's ability to nourish her, Alexa risks her life to save her lover

Nightrise is the third book in The Power of Five series, written by Anthony Horowitz. It was published and released in the UK on 2 April 2007 by Walker Books Ltd. It is preceded by Evil Star, released in 2006, and followed by Necropolis, which was released on 30 October 2008. The title refers to a fictional organisation represented in the book. And also it refers to the Old Ones' presence on Earth, and their spreading darkness.

Nell Stark is an award-winning author of lesbian romance. In 2010, everafter (with Trinity Tam) won a Goldie award in the paranormal romance category and was shortlisted for the Foreword Book of the Year award in the horror category. In addition to the everafter series, she has published three standalone romances: Running With the Wind, Homecoming, and The Princess Affair. When she is not writing, Nell works as the Chair of English, Philosophy, and Religious Studies at a college in the SUNY system

I have enjoyed this series thus far. Although both have shown such deep love and commitment for each other, and heroism toward their species, it all seemed predictable. Here are my thoughts. 3 to 2. Not a significant statistic, just something I noted to myself as I was reading. This book is difficult to actually say anything about without going into spoiler territory. Literally, first thing that happens in the book is a series spoiler. Not specifically a book spoiler, but a series spoiler.

by. Nell Stark and Trinity Tam. 2009. iSBN 10: 1-60282-119-4e. iSBN 13: 978-1-60282-119-4e. would not be a victim. Not tonight of all nights-not when the noodles were drying next to the sink and the freshly made sauce was simmering on the stove.

Book 2, Everafter Series - A Lesbian Paranormal Romance. Nell Stark & Trinity Tam. View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Print Length: 240 Pages. Series: Book 2, Everafter Series. Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks . 1 or later and iOS . 3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks . or later and OS X 1. or later. More by Nell Stark & Trinity Tam. The Princess Affair. Running With the Wind. The Princess and the Prix.

Book in the Everafter Series). by Trinity Tam and Nell Stark. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New.

What happens when you lose the one thing you’d give your life to save?When Valentine Darrow loses her soul, she embraces her role as one of the vampire elite. As Blood Prime of the clan of the Missionary, Valentine spends her days transforming an old family bank into the financial capital of the Consortium and her nights painting the town red. Blood red.Alexa Newland believes their everafter to be over. But then a new discovery about an ancient myth kindles her hope that Valentine can be saved. Alexa must trek through the mountains of Argentina to recover a rare flower with mystical powers.Will Alexa succeed in her quest before Valentine irrevocably crosses over to the darkness?
Reviews: 4
Kaghma
"Nightrise," by Nell Stark & Trinity Tam, is the third installment of their, thus far, four book everafter series. I have enjoyed this series thus far. However, I struggled a bit with this book. Typically, in this series, either Valentine or Alexa is saving one or the other from some heinous struggle against another. Although both have shown such deep love and commitment for each other, and heroism toward their species, it all seemed predictable.

Here are my thoughts.

Throughout this book, "Nightrise," I found myself constantly questioning Olivia’s motives. Why was she always hanging around Alexa? Now, that I've gotten through the book, I have an inkling of an idea, but I still think she's going to play dirty. Through Alexa, Olivia learns a lot about the preternatural world.

I found it interesting that Alexa kept her research on the down low and that no other preternatural higher ups like Malcolm or Helen, caught wind of her endeavors. Only Karma & Olivia were her main contacts. The previous books always ended up in Helen's office or something of that nature.

This book seemed to take a long time to get to the real action. Alexa and her friends had quite a bit of prep work that took place before actually saving Val. But, there was hardly any confrontation between Alexa & Val. There was one brief encounter between before the research began, but that was only Alexa spotting Val in a bar. Yes, I get that there was some falling out in the previous book and the point in this book was to bring them back together. I would love to have had more buildup of emotion, perhaps more angst. Perhaps it even needed a bit more sex spread throughout the book.

Although, I loved that Alexa was able to save Val, I didn't care how she underhandedly did it. Do I think if she were open about it that it might have made a difference? I believe so. I believe that the two love each other deeply, no matter what looms over them. Moreover, with that love and commitment, I think that Val may have come to understand and given the choice, would have taken it. Nevertheless, that isn't how it was written.

In my opinion, I think the book ended poorly. The ending is a huge cliffhanger! However, I’m sure it will segue well into the next book, "Sunfall."

Now that I've stated what I didn't like, let me say that overall, I did like the book! I love that Alexa and Val are so strongly in love and committed to each other. Both women characters are very strong willed. In this book, we really see how much Alexa is committed to her mate. Her commitment made a long time ago, when we see her change her whole life to save Val. That’s dedication.

Overall, this whole series is intriguing and fun to read. However, this book seemed a little thin. I would have loved more of Val and Alexa together!
Joony
good book
Dddasuk
For those who may be wondering, Nightrise is not the end of the Everafter series. The last book Sunfall will be put out by Bold Strokes books in May 2012.

I very much enjoyed this series, and feel that Nightrise is the best in the series so far. Stark and Tam write well together and have created a world where vampires and werecreatures tenuously hold to an uneasy alliance, until it is threatened by a powerful Were bent on ending the alliance.

Drama, sex, violence, love lost and found, hope, and destruction are all elements seamlessly woven to create one of the better lesbian super-natural series on the market. This and the previous two books in the series are worth owning.
Aradwyn
In this end of the trilogy many things didn't add up for me. First salvation comes by a discovery which is more than unlikely, when Alexa is looking for the cure the one she hunts just pops up and is willing to go along and then Alexa is kind of betraying Valentine and forcing the cure on her ... come on!