All in a Nights Work by Ilana Waters #Review
Posted by brriske
It’s been a tough couple of months for Joshua, a mage. After battling vampires, despots, and demons, he heads to Chicago for some downtime, maybe even a little romance. Unfortunately, fate has other plans.
Joshua and his would-be lover are kidnapped by two vampires and threatened with death. The vampires agree to spare them, but only if Joshua helps find an ancient statue . . . by dawn. But he and his kidnappers aren’t alone in their search. Three other vampires want the statue as well, and not only do they kill those who get in their way, they ENJOY the killing.
It seems this mage just can’t stay out of trouble, even for one night.
***ALL IN A NIGHT’S WORK is a novella of approximately 19,000 words. It is Book 3.5 of the MAGE TALES, but can easily be enjoyed as a stand-alone work.
This was a really great short story that introduces the reader to a world of vamps, mages, witches and other paranormal creatures. It works as a stand-alone novel, and teases you with just enough information to make you want to read the previous books!
As an independent reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock, I give it four hearts only because it was too short to get me emotionally involved in any of the characters. I can see potential for engagement, but it didn’t happen here. Maybe one of the other other books. We shall see!!