Audiobook Review: The Night Is Forever by Heather Graham

Posted April 28, 2014 by Felicia S in 2014 Read, 4.25 Wine Glasses, Audiobook, Reviews / 18 Comments

Audiobook Review: The Night Is Forever by Heather GrahamSource: Audiobook Review, Provided by Brilliance

Format: Audiobook

The Night Is Forever by Heather Graham
Narrator: Luke Daniels
Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins

Date Read: March 2014

Genre: Romance, Suspense

A Ghost Rider in the Sky?

What happened here, on a historic ranch outside Nashville, during the Civil War? And what's happening now?

Olivia Gordon works at the Horse Farm, a facility that assists patients with mental and physical recovery; her specialty is animal therapy. She's always loved her job, always felt safe...until now.

People are dying, starting with the facility's founder, whose body is discovered in a ravine on the property-site of a massacre in 1862. And before every death, Liv sees a horse and rider, wearing a soldier's garb, in the night sky.... Warning? Omen? Or clue?

Liv calls in her cousin Malachi and his Krewe, an FBI unit of paranormal investigators, to discover the truth. New Krewe member Dustin Blake knows they need Liv's involvement in the case, yet he's worried about her safety. Because he and Liv quickly become more than colleagues...and he doesn't want to lose her to the endless night

More Information:
Publisher: Brilliance Audio, Harlequin MIRA
Series: Krewe of Hunters #11

Also by this author: Phantom Evil, Blood on the Bayou: A Cafferty Quinn Novella
Also in this series: Phantom Evil

JUST A NOTE: Read It File It is for books that I have read that I need to keep track of. The reviews will be super short (think tweet longer length) but will serve the purpose of getting the books into UBB for tracking purposes πŸ™‚

Listened for Review (Brilliance)
Overall Rating: 4.25
Story Rating: 4.00
Character Rating: 4.50

Audio Rating: 4.50 (not part of the overall rating)

First Thought when Finished: Gosh darn it! I am still in love with the Krewe! The Night is Forever by Heather Graham was an excellent addition to this series!

Read It File It: Nashville, Civil War, Hot Agent, Smart and Caring Woman, Dead General just lending a hand = one intense but sexy Krewe of Hunters book. I really liked Liv and Dustin. They each had such unique skills (which is important in this world) and could feel their connection immediately. The case was strong and the “fringe” was well placed. As always Heather just pulled me and kept me on my toes till the very end.

Audio Thoughts:

Narrated By Luke Daniels / Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins

Luke is excellent in general but the Krewe is where I fell in love with his narration style. His accents, pacing, and general “air” are perfect for this series. Another great job!

Final Thoughts: You should check out the Krewe of Hunters!


FTC Disclosure


Overall Rating
4 / 5
Story Rating
4 / 5
Character Rating
4 / 5
Narrator Rating
4.5 / 5
Felicia S
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18 responses to “Audiobook Review: The Night Is Forever by Heather Graham

  1. This is one of my favourite series (made all the better by Luke Daniels’ narration) Have the latest on pre order. Love the Krewe πŸ™‚

  2. I haven’t read but a couple of Heather Graham’s offerings but I always enjoyed them. Looks like I need to step it up a bit in this department.

  3. Not listened to a lot of books with mail narrators but I do like Heather Graham’s books so I might need to try the Krewe in audio. πŸ™‚

  4. Oh you sold me with a Luke Daniels narrative. I like the Civil War part too. I just read my first Graham and thought it was creepy good!

    • It really is a good series that you don’t have to read in order. I jumped in on like book 6. I have skipped around since. They are all stand alone in a sense that the case is solved in each one. Some characters are in each but the main couple will have just met πŸ™‚

  5. Great review Felicia. And I guess if the hero is a paranormal investigator I don’t have to worry that he is a non-believer like the ones I recently read.

    • Oh yeah, he totally believes. He has no problem at all. I am trying to think which one in Krewe books he didn’t believe–I think it was the San Antonio one.