Book Reviews of The Night Drifter

The Night Drifter
The Night Drifter
Author: Susan Carroll
ISBN-13: 9780345433121
ISBN-10: 0345433122
Publication Date: 3/30/1999
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 3
This volume of the St. Leger family focuses on Lance, who has the power to spirit drift while asleep. The elements of both plot and character are well developed. This story holds your attention from beginning to end.
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Helpful Score: 3
Sequel to "The Bride Finder." Great fun.
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Lance St.Leger is defying his destiny. The eldest son and heir to Castle Leger, he has returned from the army determined to continue his role as rakehell and black sheep, plagued by an infernal restlessness that cannot be appeased. Perhaps because the St. Leger legacy of strange powers is most pronounced in Lance's own dubious gift. He calls it night drifting--his ability to separate his body from his soul, to spirit into the night while flesh and bone remain behind. And it is on one wild night's mad search for a magnificent stolen sword--the icon of St. Leger power--that he finds her........
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The eldest son and heir to Castle Leger, Lance St. Leger is plagued by an infernal restlessness that cannot be appeased, perhaps because the family legacy of strange powers is most pronounced in Lance's own dubious gift. He calls it night drifting--his ability to spirit into the night while his body remains behind. And it is on one wild night that he finds Rosalind, a young, sheltered widow who mistakes Lance's "drifting" soul for the ghost of Sir Lancelot...
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The eldest son and heir to Castle Leger, Lance St. Leger is plagued by an infernal restlessness that cannot be appeased, perhaps because the family legacy of strange powers is most pronounced in Lance's own dubious gift. He calls it night drifting-his ability to spirit into the night while his body remains behind. And it is on one wild night that he finds Rosalind,
a young, sheltered widow who mistakes Lance's "drifting" soul for the ghost of Sir Lancelot. Lance teases and tempts her, fills her with a yearning her chivalrous phantom knight cannot satisfy. But in this place imbued with both true love and otherworldly magic, a new dire portent vows to come full circle. As a murderous enemy challenges the St. Leger power, Rosalind must tempt magic herself to save her beloved from the cold depths of eternal damnation.