Night Angel (Night #2.5) by Lisa Kessler
Synopsis: “Lisa Kessler is an up and coming author to remember!” – Sherrilyn Kenyon #1 NYT Bestselling Author of the Dark-Hunter Series
Sometimes the only way to heal is to love…
When Colin Flynn returns home to Ireland, the immortal Night Walker is not the protector he had once been. Although his flesh has healed, the scars hide a broken spirit.
Juliana Duffy is a survivor. She owns a florist shop and continues to play piano in spite of her deafness. Her prophetic dreams warn her of coming death and show her the faces of two men: one a customer and one a handsome stranger.
After hearing her music, Colin finds himself drawn to this woman who refuses to be defined by her injury. As an ancient enemy emerges and threatens her safety, Colin will need to learn Juliana’s secret to overcome his wounds, and regain his strength.
But falling for a mortal could be the greatest risk of all…
Review: A short, entertaining story that was a bit rushed but still good. I haven’t read any in this series yet, but the concept does sound interesting with classic vampire story traits plus other mythology story traits thrown in, too. I enjoyed the characters and the plot. The conflict wasn’t too complicated and wasn’t over done. This was a novella, so it does have some of those rushed traits, but overall a quick and enjoyable story.