Well, let me start by saying WHERE DO I GET ME A NATHAN??
I was lucky enough to read an ARC copy of this book and I have to say, Lara has done it again! Just when I think these books can't get any better she releases another and then that one goes to the top of my list as favourite Midnight Breed book. This was no exception. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it and Nathan has now overtaken Kellan as my favourite Breed vamp.
When I read the last book, Edge of Dawn, I went into it not knowing how I was going to feel about the skip into the future but Lara really executed it well giving the whole series a brand new feel. Meeting the new generation of the Order was exciting and fresh but we still got to see a little of the original characters that we love so much. Crave The Night was even better than Edge of Dawn. The storyline was solid, the new characters are becoming more familiar and Nathan and Jordana's story was a thrilling ride that I really didn't want to end. There was plenty of action, romance and a very satisfying amount of steam.
And can I just say that Nathan is... well, HOT!
We first met Nathan, Corinne's son, in book 9, Deeper Than Midnight, after he was rescued by Corinne and Hunter from the Order's biggest enemy Dragos who had bred Nathan to be a lethal assassin. I liked his character then, and even though we only saw a bit of him, he was intriguing and I knew his story was going to be an interesting one. The chemistry between Nathan and Jordana felt very real. We got a little glimpse of that at the end of the last book and I was looking forward to seeing where it went. Lara didn't disappoint. She just knows how to write a great 'steamy' love story, and this one was maybe even more sizzling than any of the others. At the same time she manages to keep the storyline of the Order and the Breed moving alongside the romance. I was gripped from the very word go and fell in love with Nathan pretty quickly.
Now all I need to know is WHO'S NEXT?
I can't recommend this book enough, and if you haven't read any of the books in this series yet I suggest you do, and quickly, so that you can hurry up and get to this one!
I enjoyed this instalment so much that if I could give this 10 stars I would!