Speed Date Review: Night Resurrected by Joss Ware

Posted March 14, 2013 by Felicia S in 2013 Read, 3.75 Wine Glasses, Reviews / 10 Comments

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Speed Date Review: Night Resurrected by Joss WareFormat: eBook
Night Resurrected by Joss Ware


Date Read: February 26th 2013

Genre: PNR, Romance
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His family lost forever in The Change, Wyatt is a man with nothing left to lose. But just when he thought he'd never feel anythig again, Remington Truth came into his life. Knowing the bold beauty would face unimaginable dangers on her quest to safeguard the mysterious crystal in her possession, he joins her on her journey, never expecting her to find a way past the wall he's built.

Remy's a woman with everything at stake. While protecting the powerful crystal that is her family's secret legacy, she dares not trust anyone. Yet once she recognizes the ravaged heart beneath Wyatt's stony facade, she's willing to risk it all. Together they battle the forces of darkness, their very survival at stake.

Until Remy is forced to make a terrible decision that could destroy them...and the rest of the world

More Information:
Series: Envy Chronicles #1


Also by this author: Night Forbidden
Also in this series: Night Forbidden

Speed Date Review: Night Resurrected by Joss Ware

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Night Resurrected by Joss Ware

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Read for Review (Edelweiss)
Overall Rating: 3.75
Story Rating: 3.50
Character Rating: 4.00

NOTE: If this was NOT the end of the series my rating would go up a tad (4.00 or maybe 4.25) as I still have a few loose ends I would have liked tied up!

Speed Date Review

First Date: Wyatt, you rip out my freaking heart! I think you out of all the boys are the one that will forever stay with me. You have lost so much and I think you deserve a HEA!

Second Date: Remy you are a spitfire. Gosh girl how have you managed to keep any kind of sanity at all. I am moved by you but part of me questions some of your choices! Also, I think I see a twist coming and I am going to like it 🙂

Third Date: I am on the fence about how I feel about this book overall. I enjoyed the story and characters but as far as I can tell this is the last of the series and in that sense I wasn’t satisfied. If this is another entry in the series then it was pretty darn good!

Dating Status: I would love to continue my relationship with this series. In other words, I want more!

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10 responses to “Speed Date Review: Night Resurrected by Joss Ware

  1. Maybe that’s why there were loose ends — there will be a spin-off series that will tie ’em up? That’d be awesome, especially since you want the relationship to continue. *fingers crossed!*

    Cheers!

    • I am not sure it was the end but her website doesn’t list any future books. It is so hard to rate those because as part of the series it was a pretty good entry—but last of the series, I was frustrated.

  2. amy

    End of the series & loose ends. No! I wonder if they are banking on a spinoff or resurrecting it with a different publisher?

    Mead`s Black Swan series ended with big ol’ loose ends. I’m still crossing my fingers she’ll give me more Eug