Larkin Day is a New York city police officer. One night, she and her partner responded to a call on a roof. The call goes wrong and as Larkin’s partner lay dying, she is attacked by a monster. But this isn’t a monster of the human variety. Keaton Knight has spent his life hunting down gremlins. He saves Larkin’s life. And now he faces the challenge of protecting a lady cop and convince her that gremlins were real and not like the ones that had been described in all the fairy tales. But can he keep his feelings about her from distracting him from his duty?
I give Night and Day 3 1/2 tombstones. I have enjoyed most of the works by Dahlia Rose so far. I do think this book definitely has some promise. Its the first paranormal book that I’ve read about gremlins and it was a treat to read about something besides vampires and shapeshifters. While I enjoyed the romance scenes, I think some of the plotline got lost behind them. But I think that Larkin and Keaton are strong characters and I think Ms. Rose does a great job of building the chemistry between them. The romance scenes are well written and definitely yummy.
Her descriptions of the gremlins paint a vivid picture. I definitely would not want to meet her version of a gremlin in a dark alley. I hope that at some point, Ms. Rose might want to write a sequel to this story and tell some more of the adventures of Keaton and Larkin chasing gremlins. If you’re looking for something different from the vampire and shapeshifters so prevalent in paranormal romance fiction, I suggest you give Night and Day a try.
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