Review: Teaching between Midnight and Dawn, by Alexandria Infante

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Denise Alicea

This blog was created by Denise in September 2008 to blog about writing, book reviews, and technology. Slowly, but surely this blog expanded to what it has become now, a central for book reviews of all kinds interviews, contests, and of course promotional venue for authors, etc

Book coverArieanna’s life right now seemed nearly complete. Her career was soaring, she had a family who adored her, and her students loved her. Life was simple and uncomplicated. That is until she met Auron. Arieanna doesn’t know that Auron has been sent by a secret priesthood of Saint Cisadore, and is actually there to protect her, the descendant of Ast’ at all cost. His number one objective is to keep that book from entering the hands of the wrong people, in spite of the fact that it might cause his own death. Although exiled nearly two centuries ago, Auron knows that if that book gets to Jimmy Mann, all hell will break lose. Centuries of war will then spill onto a human battle ground, and the Council will do whatever it takes to keep that from happening. The legend says that Arieanna holds the key to the location of Ast’s infamous book of magick; the only problem is, is that she doesn’t know it.

Abraham Lincoln once reviewed a book by saying, “For those who like this kind of book, this is the kind of book they will like.”  

Teaching between Midnight and Dawn will definitely appeal to a certain kind of taste. This is a book for those who want to graduate from Twilight. Anyone intrigued by the human -werewolf romance theme but who thinks there ought to be some actual sex scenes after all those smoldering glances at each other, has just found the right book.  Readers excited by paranormal romance and who want a story that moves quickly will find this a good novel for that plane ride or lazy afternoon at the beach.

1 comment

Jen 05/02/2019 - 1:27 pm

Hi, that you so much for keeping that book up after all this time! You rock, however, the book has been revamped, and the cover changed since 2011 when it was first published. If you would like the updated cover, we would love to provide it for you. Just hit us up and we’ll get it out to you.
And thank you again so much.

PA for Alexandria Infante
Jen Ipinoaha


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