Book Reviews of Come Midnight

Come Midnight
Come Midnight
Author: Veronica Sattler
ISBN-13: 9780821769225
ISBN-10: 0821769227
Publication Date: 2/1/2002
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This book has romance and suspense Its about a deal with the devil so to speak. Otherwise known a Lor ApplebyBrand new book.
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After her Irish healer foster mother dies Caitlin O'Brien can no longer remain where she was raised due to the numerous reminders of her beloved guardian. Feeling alone, Caitlin travels the countryside providing solace and healing.

The Marquis of Ravenskeep, Lord Adam Lightfoot asks Caitlin, who has gained a reputation as a healer, to help his son Andrew injured in a carriage accident in which his mother died. Willing to do anything for his son, Adam also signed a pact with the devil exchanging his soul for the life of his beloved boy. As Andrew and Caitlin begin to cherish one another in a child-matriarchal relationship, Adam and his healer also fall in love. Though Caitlin has captured his heart, the devil owns Adam's soul

COME MIDNIGHT is an exciting paranormal historical romance that uses a Faustian twist to provide freshness to the tale. The characters make the pact with the devil seem as if this really happened so that readers believe in the twisting plot that never slows down for a moment and in the authenticity of the key cast members. Veronica Sattler provides an entertaining novel that readers will enjoy while wondering whether the author's immense talent comes from a pact.

Harriet Klausner