Book Reviews of Embrace the Night

Embrace the Night
Embrace the Night
Author: Amanda Ashley
ISBN-13: 9780843943788
ISBN-10: 0843943785
Publication Date: 1/2005
Pages: 441
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 95 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Gabriel has lived in darkness for over 300 years. His loneliness seems unending until he finds a fragile beauty locked away in an orphanage.

Sara has always been alone and it seems she will always be so until the night she is visited by a mysterious man. He is beyond her dreams but his eyes are filled with pain.

Together they banish the loneliness that has tormented them both, but Gabriel keeps many secrets and Sara feels she must know them to understand her new love.
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Helpful Score: 3
Amanda Ashley has created a wonderfully memoriable book. I have enjoyed all of her Vampire books because the Vampire is not an evil being who kills for pleasure as well as need. Her vampire heros are all tortured souls that have consciences. Gabriel is that vampire.
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Helpful Score: 3
Although not the best vampire romance I've read - and I have read alot! - it kept my attention (I read it in one sitting) - and the story was sweet. The vampire - a tortured soul looking for the one woman who will see him as a man and not a vampire - who will ease his loneliness. The book did have a little twist in it that added to the story. It was a good read and I recommend it if you are looking for a quick and sweet read this summer!!!
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Helpful Score: 2
Vampire romance about a lonely vampire searching for the one woman who could love him.
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not much of a plot. More of a love story with an incidental vampire subplot.
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Helpful Score: 1
A fun book to take on vacation and read in the plane. A good way to loose yourself for a few hours and forget your problems.
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Helpful Score: 1
One of the earlier vampire romances, it's enjoyable, but lacks originality.
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A creature doomed to wander the earth in eternal darkness, he searched the ages for someone to share the endless night of his existance. An angel of purity and sunlight, she feared the mysterious stranger.
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Amanda Ashley is capitiving writer.
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Great book.
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Very enjoyable.
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I have always liked Amanda Ashley and this book is just another in her long list of well written books.
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MASTER OF DARKNESS, MISTRESS OF LIGHT... A creature doomed to wander the earth in eternal darkness, he searched the ages for someone to share the endless night of his existence, for that one woman who would recongnize the man within the monster,,,, An agel pf purity and sunlight, she feared the mysterious stranger whose eyes promised endless ecstasy even as he whisperd dark secrets she dared not believe..They were two people longing for fulfillment,braving the danger of a love like no other. Alone, they faced desolation and despair, together, they would share undying passion, defy eternity, and EMBRACE THE NIGHT
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Very good combination of romance with a great vampire tale.
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Acreature doomed to wander the earth in eternal darkness, he searched the ages for someone to share the endless night of his existance,for that one woman whp would recognize the man within the monester.
An angel of purity and sunlight, she feared the mysterious stranger whose eyes promised endless ectasy even as he whispered dark secrets she dared not believe.
They were two people longing for fulfillment, braving the danger of a love like no other. Together, they would share undying passion, defy eternity...
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paranormal vampire romance
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excellent
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Another great book. Love and vampires.
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Although this book initially seems to be the typical suffering, angst-ridden vampire meets and falls in love with innocent girl story... this book has some unusual twists that make it different from most vampire novels.

The vampire really truly does try to resist his need for the girl. Allowing her to develop a fulfilled life of her own before claiming her. This makes her choices even more meaningful in that she gave so much up to be with him.

This is the only vampire book where the vampire actually lives with his mortal wife through her mortal life and death. Where she ages normally and dies while he remains "forever youthful" yet he loves her to the end. Most stories give this as only an option that is just not acceptable to most vampires and often not acceptable to their loves as well. Again, evidence that the characters in this book are stronger than most. She holds to her wish to remain mortal and her respects that.

The final twist is one I will leave for the reader to discover as I have spoiled enough of the plot!

One of Amanda Ashley's better works. I recommend it to anyone who loves romance, historical, modern and vampire types.
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I liked this book alot. amanda ashley is a great writer and I have read almost every one of her books