Published: January 31st 2020
Publisher: Crazy Ace Publishing
Length: 300 pages
My Rating: 2 stars
Stay in the light, avoid locked doors, and resist silver whispers.
Meet Lynher Aris. Hostess extraordinaire. By night, she entertains the Dark Ones passing through the Night Station: vampires, demons, shifters, and worse. By day, she undermines them all, working with the resistance to unravel their enslavement of the human race.
But Lynher has a dark secret of her own, and with the imminent arrival of Ghost—a vampire overlord few have seen but all fear—she must play her role as the queen of the Night Station to perfection, keeping the resistance and her secret safe, or risk losing everything, including the powerful Night Station itself.
This book felt overly complicated and not well explained in the first place. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic setting that didn’t appeal to me. The main characters had very little development, and I didn’t find them very likeable. I ended up just skimming through the book as it didn’t hold my interest. This was a miss for me.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.