Wanderers of the Night

Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
Seventeen year old witch, Lily Bryg, is about to realize there's more to the three realms then she thought. With her now ex werewolf boyfriend weighing on her mind she has to find a way into the realm of the fey to rescue a kidnapped friend. Hot on her heels is Ronan, the evil yet oh-so-sexy king, and a league of faeries she's not sure she can trust. In the end, being a witch might not be enough. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301222773
About Tempest C. Avery

Tempest C. Avery recently graduated from college with a creative writing degree. Along with the Mirror Warrior Novels, she has a trilogy that she's been slaving away at. However, unlike with the M.W's, these books are for young adults. She loves to read and write, and TALK about reading and writing, so if you've read any good books lately, drop her a line! Questions and comments about her work is always appreciated, though try and be gentle. Criticism is great, as long as it's constructive.

If you're interested in checking out more of her work (including a teen fiction series on faeries) visit her wattpad! :)

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Review by: F. Rod on April 29, 2013 :
I just finished the book .

After all its contents could sink in my head I´m ready to give my review.

So apparently the dark king isn't as dark and wicked as he was pictured in the first book. Nothing is what it seems.

The story begins where the previous book left off. They they have to rescue Lennan (Ruarc´s cousin) from Flynn´s court.

A lot happens and when I say A LOT I mean it... you´re gonna have mixed emotions while reading this books. There are love signals from Lily to Connall, to Larkin to Ronan.. This girl is busy.

I will not spoil the book but know something.. I just keep reading to see more of Lily´s/Ronan´s interactions yeii.!!! I think we´re getting somewhere.

I honestly hate the love triangle she has with the Devlin brothers.. She so totally into Connall/Ronan … Larkin is just temporary distraction.. She doesn't know what she wants.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Echoing Star on Dec. 31, 2012 :
Originally posted here: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/463322245

I meant to give this book a 4.9, but it was not possible on Goodreads.

This trilogy is getting amazinger by the second (not sure if 'amazinger' is a word)! I finished this book two days ago but never got the chance to review it because I was too busy lately. I kept reading it until 1 AM because I just couldn't put my phone down. Everytime I did, I would lie there, awake in bed, wondering what would happen next. I ended up getting bags under my eyes but that didn't matter to me.

After reading the first book, I quickly started on the second one, which blew me away. As I was reading, I thought to myself 'This trilogy gets better by the book'! Although there were a few mistakes is spelling, the book was so good that it didn't even matter to me. I kept saying that they next page would be the last but I COMPLETELY lied to myself.

The characters are well developed because the book moves in a nice slow pace that completely shows their development, unlike most paranormal books. I would totally buy the third book if my mother would allow me to (she doesn't like me buying books online so now I don't) because I really want to see how she gets rid of Ronan (although he became one of my favourite characters after this book) and the relationship between the two wolves.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: The Book Diaries on Nov. 13, 2012 :
Wanderers of the Night picks right back up where All That We See or Seem left off. Tempest has added so much more to book 2 that you get sucked right in on page one. Lily is on her quest to rescue Lennan after being kidnapped by Ronan. With Larkin having left Lily, she is able to take a step back and look at where her heart should take her. Should it be with Ronan, Conall or Larkin. I know who my vote goes to but I will keep that to myself. In book one, Lily is just finding out who she really is and what her role is as the Dreamer. Lily is on a quest, a real quest and her first. What I liked most about book 2, Lily is stronger and we get to see her take charge of herself. She is not the timid, scared girl like in book 1. Yes, her love triangle is a strenuous one but oh is it a good one. Here we get to learn more of what role her new friends will play and have played in her former life. Just when you think you’ve got Ronan all figured out, he has blindsided us all. Ronan floats the fine line between good and bad, but you just don’t know which side he will end up on. Tempest has added so much more mystery, action and romance that have made her unique world addicting.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Alana on Nov. 04, 2012 :
NOTE: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

Again, Tempest C Avery has blown my mind. How she comes up with this ever-changing plot that keeps me glued and on the edge of my seat is beyond me.

In Wanderers of the Night, we meet up with The Four for another plot-twisting, mind-reeling adventure in the wake of Lily's wager with Ronan.

They need to rescue their kidnapped friend and overcome Ronan except Ronan can't be trusted and keeps eluding to half-truths that just draws out the hunt! (Nail-biting stuff!)

Amidst all the action, Lily also needs to decide who she really wants to be with. The love POLYGON in this story also adds to the drama... I also love how the stories of Brid, Caer and Ru are woven into this story... I wondered though why the romance between Ru and Arlana isn't brought out in this book... Missed that especially since sparks between the two were brought out in book one...

The book ends on yet another cliff-hanger and I don't know where or how the story is going to end... Tempest C Avery has woven an epic tale and I for one can't wait for the next book!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Stacy on Nov. 03, 2012 :
I received this book free from the author through my Goodreads book club, in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. All thoughts and conclusions are my own.
With "Wanderers of the Night, we pick up with Lily a couple of weeks after the first book "All That We See or Seem" ends. Former friend Keenan has kidnapped sweet Lennan, and Lily has decided to track her and get her back. Larkin left after the battle at Moht in order to go back to his home and put things to rights, after his father was killed by Ronan, the evil King. This leaves Lily alone with Larkin's cousin Conall....and regenerated sparks begin to fly. Seriously, I want whatever this girl has -- she is being pursued by the beautifully evil Ronan, the dark and sensual Larkin, and the generously affable Conall. WTH?
Anyway -- I was completely absorbed in this book, and read it in no time flat! It is very easy to fall into the world that author Tempest C. Avery has created. I LOVE the ending -- it came at the perfect place, and I can't wait to get my hands on the third installment of this series to find out how it all ends. There is a lot going on in this book, and as with the first one, it can be a little overwhelming at times. I would like to see the author do another pass at editing this work, because while no work is perfect, the errors were really distracting -- especially when you are trying to follow a complex plot line. I also found myself with a bit of an "Eww" factor when I would recall to myself that most of these characters are 16 YEARS OLD....yes, I know that 'technically' they are over 300 years old - but in this lifetime, they are 16, doing/acting/conversing as normal teenagers do not. I feel that if the characters were more like 18-19 it would be a little easier to take.
All in all, I am a fan of this series, and I would recommend to anyone 15+. There is some intimacy, but it never goes into "full out" mode - so it is a safe bet :)
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(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Lauren Johnson on Sep. 28, 2012 :
Note: I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

This was a good sequel to the first one. It did a little bit more explaining but there is still so much we don't know, I hope the Tempest Avery has enough time to cover it all in her third book. I love the cliffhangers in both this and the first one, it truly does leave me wanting more, I can't wait for the third book to come out. I liked how we got to see a little different side of Ronan but there is still so much we don't know about him and why the way he is who he is and about the other characters past lives before. I would also like a better explanation on why Cear told Ronan that lily was his soul mate, that is never really that clear. Overall, I loved all the surprises this book brought along and I think Tempest is an extremely great writer and has a very creative ability.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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