Read “Rises the Night” by Colleen Gleason online on Bookmate – Victoria Gardella is a vampire slayer, balancing her life as a peer of Society with the. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In Gleason’s latest, she returns to the budding Rises the Night: Victoria Book 2 (The Gardella Vampire Hunters: Victoria) – Kindle edition by Colleen Gleason. Download it once and read it on your. Rises the Night (Gardella Vampire Chronicles Book 2) [Colleen Gleason] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As a powerful vampire learns .

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One relationship in particular I’m using the term loosely was so realistic and well-written that I swear I could feel the tension myself. Plus, the evil she tbe has much grimmer implications that give the tale an extra injection of darkness. I ries not telling! And finally, as if all that weren’t enough to cement his uselessness and untrustworthiness, when push comes to shove he sides against Victoria, only to claim her as property more than once.

Max has returned to Italy and no one has heard from him in months. I thought I had found a new series to love and devour, but I guess it is not to be. We also learn that Max was sent to kill Nedas by Lilith herself to break cloleen thrall that she has on him. I just love it! He thhe turned into a vampire within one month of their marriage and is now no-longer part of the undead.

True, but then why is he her love interest? Overall, I rate “Rises The Night” four stars because I always seem to have a hard time getting into these books, but once I do I love them.

That isn’t to say that romance, and even a bit of sex, isn’t there, but it isn’t a necessity. It was really wonderful to get to know some of the other characters a bit better. I can also tell there is a love triangle afoot, and based on what I have read so far in Victoria’s endless dialogues, I think my head would explode if I kept going with this series. Dark Hleason of Magic. He continually shows up when he is least expected. Book 2 in the Gardella Vampire chronicles.


And I couldn’t figure out who was on the same team, but it didn’t matter since they were all too busy keeping secrets and lying to work together anyway. I don’t know WHAT he sees in her besides the fact she is young and has a nice body. But when Victoria discovers that she has been betrayed by one of her most trusted allies, the truth will challenge all of her powers as a Venator – and as a woman. This is the read that is not only creative, original and emotionally and utterly captivating, but you are overwhelmed at how talented and skilled the author is in telling you their story.

Let’s put i 3. Masters of Seduction Volume 2: In the end, Max does what Victoria never saw coming, he kills his mentor and friend Eustacia in order to remain loyal and next to Nedas so he could destroy the Obelisk. Glewson Thoughts Honestly, this was great! Overall, I’m simply enthralled.

Open Preview See a Problem? Rises the Night picks up almost a year after the end of book 1 – that heartbreaking ending. This book reminded me of The Empire Strikes Backbecause it is darker, however, I wish that it was as good as the movie which is my favorite Star Wars movie. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The world broadens some and Victoria is less care free than in the first book. One month after his death, Victoria finds herself wandering the streets of London looking to kill a vampire.

It’s been obvious since the first book geason Sebastian fhe a spineless little worm who runs away at the first sign of trouble, but in this book he ups his game.

Rises The Night by Colleen Gleason

Please review your cart. There is a whole lot of excitement and action spread throughout the book to really keep things moving forward.

No one has heard from Max in almost a year so Victoria relies on aid from Sebastian despite not knowing for certain if he’s trustworthy. She creates a chilling world with the perfect atmosphere of fear and sexual tension.


But there are too many people in the group who may blow her cover and alert the vampires that a slayer is in their midst. That being said, I don’t know why she is so drawn to Sebastian in a way that puts her into some sticky situations, I do understand her distrust of Max, and I don’t understand why she wasn’t more questioning of George. This book is filled with edge-of-your-seat, Page-turning fight scenes, big bad vampires you love to hate and seriously smoldering lead men.

It’s predictable even to Victoria, but in no way does that mean she can trust him. Perhaps that will be your undoing; for now I shall expect to see you every time I turn around. On the other hand, it also opens the floodgates to a whole new set of questions.

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The only one who truly believes in Max, is Eustacia. Just a heads up. In Italy, a powerful vampire named Nedas is amassing the power to control the souls of the dead by co,leen Akvan’s Obelisk. If you haven’t read the first book, there is going to be a collleen spoiler coming up. Ratings and Reviews 1 37 star ratings 1 reviews. While this sequel did attempt to engage a discussion about the humanness of vampires – and whether they deserve to be killed just because of what they are – it still fails to bring the vampire characters within this series to life pardon the pun.

Rises The Night by Colleen Gleason : Book review

She lets nothing stop her, even when something really should. Eustacia introduces Victoria to the Consilium, which is an actual location, a small church, which has a hidden underground gathering area where Venators go to learn, train, and meet. And, what happened to Maxmilan Pesaro? Books by Colleen Gleason.

This book didn’t start out badly, and for a while it seemed like it might be a bit better than the first one.