Paris After Dark

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Burned out NY homicide detective, Rachel Chang is on a forced leave in Paris grieving over the loss of her partner, when she encounters a violent attack occurring outside the walls of Cimetiere du Montparnasse. What at first seems like a simple domestic turns into something far greater, when she attempts to stop the attacker and ends up on the wrong side of a set of very sharp fangs. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About Jordan Summers

Jordan Summers finished her first book in 2002. It was a finalist in the ‘Daphne Du Maurier’ contest the same year. Since then, she has won various writing contests and has been published by Kensington Brava, Harlequin Blaze, Tor, and Pocket Books.

She has 31 published books to her credit and has sold over 125,000 ebooks. She is a member of Novelist Inc., International Thriller Writers, Horror Writer’s Association, Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and The Author's Guild. Find out more about her work at jordansummers.com

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: gideon on April 24, 2011 :
really good descriptions, likable characters, good progression. However, a particular description, gave away the "culprit" too soon and immediately. The ending came too quick, and was open ended. Will she be ok with what she has to do now?

I could have done without the "F**K" words.

I think much more could have been done with it.

I'm old fashioned, I read to be taken to exotic places, or look at non exotic places in a new light. I like character driven characters. what makes them tick, why do they chose to do what they do, etc.

I looked at 50+ summaries before landing on this one.

I'm tired of the same scenerios-different book.

I don't like that the majority of them are basically women's porno.

I want to read something and have it stay with me some time after because it seemed so real.

I like when someone makes a male character driven by a moral code, not just blatant lust, like in most of them.

But who am I to judge, I can't get my story off the ground.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Report this book