One With the Night (Companion, #4)



Ebook One With The Night Companion, 4 Author Susan Squires Undercostruction.eu Far From The Glittering Lights And Shallow Bustle Of 1822 London Lies Another World A Realm Of Shadows And Secrets, Where Desire Holds Dominion And Passion Knows No LimitsONE DESIREJane Blundell S Keen Intellect And Wit Have Always Set Her Apart From Her Marriage Minded Peers But Such Differences Are Nothing Compared To The Change That Comes Upon Her When She Is Infected By A Blood Sample In Her Father S Laboratory Suddenly, Her Veins Resonate With A Terrifying, Exhilarating Power Dr Blundell Takes Jane To The Scottish Highlands Where She Collides With The Only Man Who Can Understand Her Hunger And Slake Her Unending Desire ONE DESTINYCallan Kilkenny Has Returned To England From Marrakech, Still Filled With Self Loathing At The Deeds He Committed In The Name Of A Beautiful, Depraved Vampire Now That He Has Tracked Down Dr Blundell In Hopes Of A Cure He Has Also Found A Kindred Spirit In Jane Her Passion And Her Blood Calls To Callan, Fueling A Carnal Need That Shocks Them Both With Its Intensity But Others Have Come In Search Of The Cure, Too For Reasons That Are Sinister And Deadly And To Save Jane And The Rest Of Their Kind, Callan Must Risk Everything Even His Last Chance At Redemption ONE WITH THE NIGHTOne With the Night (Companion, #4)

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  • Paperback
  • 341 pages
  • One With the Night (Companion, #4)
  • Susan Squires
  • English
  • 12 December 2017
  • 0312941021

10 thoughts on “One With the Night (Companion, #4)

  1. says:

    DNF 38% I haven t picked this up in months and thought I d give it another try The main couple finally has sex and then immediately after, there is a Big Misunderstanding I hate this trope No thanks.I didn t feel anything for the main couple either They are both vampires One is the daughter of a doctor who is trying to find a cure for vampirism The other is a roguish highlander type so much WIN potential who despises himself and hate being a vampire and wants to be cured.They lust ...

  2. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews 4.5 stars One with the Night was another great read in Susan Squire s Companion series Once again, I m rather shocked by the somewhat lower ratings for this series Then again, perhaps it has something to do with the fact that she has a penchant for seriously torturing her heroes, sexually and physically Said heroes are also typicallydocile and submissive than most vampire heroes, though I hesitate to call some of them betas However, for the most part, none of Reviewed for THC Reviews 4.5 stars One with the Night was another great read in Susan Squire s Companion series Once again, I m rather shocked by the somewhat lower ratings for this series Then again, perhaps it has something to do with the fact that she has a penchant for seriously torturing her heroes, sexually and physically Said heroes are also typicallydocile and submissive tha...

  3. says:

    When a feisty and independent thinking young woman is infected by the blood of a vampire, her scientist father begins the search for a cure in a time when even drawing blood was suspect With her father wrapped up in science and its study, Jane is left to fend for herself, never knowing the true extent of her powers Sequestered away in the Scottish Highlands, Plain Jane longs for excitement, pretty clothes and a man strong enough to stand by her, not coddle her.Callan, a turned vampire leads When a feisty and independent thinking young woman is infected by the blood of a vampire, her scientist father begins the search for a cure in a time when even drawing blood was suspect With her father wrapped up in science and its study, Jane is left to fend for herself, never knowing the true extent of her powers Sequestered away in the Scottish Highlands, Plain Jane longs for excitement...

  4. says:

    Originally published on Not NowMommy s ReadingOne With The Night by Susan Squires is my first Regency Vampire Romance read and if they are all as well written as this novel, it won t be my last I absolutely loved how the novel started out I was immediately drawn in and wanted to knowabout Callan Kilkenny and what he endured at the hands of the beautiful yet sadistic, Asharti Tramautized and hellbent on seeking a cure for vampirism that has condemned him to a life bereft of peace a Originally published on Not NowMommy s ReadingOne With The Night by Susan Squires is my first Regency Vampire Romance read and if they are all as well written as this novel, it won t be my last I absolutely loved how the novel started out I was immediately drawn in and wanted to knowabout Callan Kilkenny and what he endured at the hands of the beautiful yet sadistic, Asharti Tramautized and hellbent on seeking a cure for vampirism that has condemned him to a life bereft of peace and love, Callan is the type of tortured hero I swoon over If Callan is all things swoon worthy then Jane is all things noble and admirable a truly likeable heroine I adore heroines that are intelligent and don t fit into the neat little boxes that society has carved for them It seems that no one truly appreciates what a rare woman Jane is, her father included The only man who app...

  5. says:

    I hated this one I m starting to see a distressing similiarity in all of this authors books Kind of the Cheryl Holt syndrome What s with all the rape Is this the new sexy If so, I don t want to be part of it.

  6. says:

    The first volume of the Companion series was published, according to Goodreads, in 2002, and One With the Night in 2007, when vampires were already high in vogue in their new version Thus, I was curious to see how the author s vision has changed and whether she was influenced by the new trend.Ms Squires s vampires are modern, but with a flavor of classic and authenticity I liked how they are presented, as well as how she led the game between the extremes offered by the biological predisposi The first volume of the Companion series was published, according to Goodreads, in 2002, and One With the Night in 2007, when vampires were already high in vogue in their new version Thus, I was curious to see how the author s vision has changed and whether she was influenced by the new trend.Ms Squires s vampires are modern, but with a flavor of classic and authenticity I liked how they are presented, as well as how she led the game between the extremes offered by the biological predispositions and free will The parallel with another myth, but clearly of an animal nature, artistically highlights these issues The winner of the game is always another and totally depends on the morality and mental constitution of the player ...

  7. says:

    My reviewJane Blundell is turned into a vampire when she comes in contact with vampire blood Her father, an obstetrician by trade, determined to find a cure for Jane, whisks her off to the Irish countryside with her and sets up a lab.Callan Kilkenny reads an article about vampirism by Jane s father and sets out to find the doctor, hoping in doctor has or is in the process of finding a cure But there are problems The born vampires are determined to stop Jane s father from finding a cure and wh My reviewJane Blundell is turned into a vampire when she comes in contact with vampire blood Her father, an obstetrician by trade, determined to find a cure for Jane, whisks her off to the Irish countryside with her and sets up a lab.Callan Kilkenny read...

  8. says:

    the whole series is amazing

  9. says:

    This review was originally published on Musing BookwormOne With the Night by Susan Squires is part of The Companion series of books.In the wild Scottish highlands of the 1822, Jane Bludell fights an infection in her blood Jane has been infected with Vampirism It gives her strength that terrifies her Her senses of sight, smell and hearing are magnified to a phenomenal level, but she must remove herself from the world of sunlight and food will no longer sustain her on its own She must have blo This review was originally published on Musing BookwormOne With the Night by Susan Squires is part of The Companion series of books.In the wild Scottish highlands of the 1822, Jane Bludell fights an infection in her blood Jane has been infected with Vampirism It gives her strength that terrifies her Her senses of sight, smell and hearing are magnified to a phenomenal level, but she must remove herself from the world of sunlight and food will no longer sustain her on its own She must have blood Jane knows many things, she is an accomplished midwife and sees herself as a scientist, but she has no idea HOW to be a vampire Jane s father is Dr Blundell, a noted research doctor in London was developing the methods of blood transfusion Through accident, a blood sample in his laboratory infected with vampirism breaks and Jane comes in contact with the blood and it infects her Dr Blundell is diverted from his transfusion work to search for a cure to his daughter ...

  10. says:

    Falling off as many series do..

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