After eons in exile, the naturi have broken their chains and now roam the Earth bent on revenge. It is the sworn duty of Mira, the Fire Starter, to protect the Nightwalker race—though even she may be powerless to withstand the horrific onslaught. As Mira and her brave lover, the vampire slayer Danaus, stand ready to do battle, thousands of winged shapeshifters darken the skies. The war of ultimate extermination has begun, and the battleground is Mira’s home turf.
The humans don’t yet recognize the doom descending upon them. And the Nightwalkers will surely perish unless they unite with outcast naturi who claim to want peace. But these unexpected “allies” are the same demons who have long worked for Mira’s destruction—and in these darkest of days the lines between friend and foe will blur treacherously before the bloody end of all things.
“The ending was very well done and it wrapped it all up the best it could. I think the last two book are the best in the series and I’m sad to see that it is done I would love to see more of Rowe and Nyx , I just got to know them.”
“The best thing about Burn the Night was that Jocelynn Drake didn’t just wrap things up with a cookie cutter ending nor did she try to shove these raw characters into a neat little wrapped box with a bow. The ending is fragile and tenuous, with the knowledge that no peace nor resolution will be permanent due to the nature of all the different species, but at least we do get a small look into a reprieve, however long or short that may be. … Burn the Night is the type of book that deserves to be savored.”
“Bitter because obviously I would have loved nothing more than for this series to never end, but sweet because with it being the final book there wasn’t too much held back.”