In Dead of Night, Cat will balance chores at home, a part-time job, and finding the girls that have been going missing. Oh, and the girls? They all bear some resemblance to Cat. Meanwhile she's also trying to convince her brothers (Gray and Trick) that she's just a 'normal' girl--despite the fact that she often takes off at night to spend time with Jesse. Did I mention that she's a Van Helsing? Yes, Cat's from a family of vampire hunters and Jesse happens to be from a family of vampires.
I didn't expect to like Dead of Night quite as much as I did and although there really wasn't much romance in Dead of Night, it still kept my interest. However, I wish that vampires had had more of a presence in Dead of Night. Would I recommend it to you? I think it depends on what you enjoy and if you decide to read Dead of Night, don't forget to read After Midnight first!
Overall Rating: ★★★ and a half.
Dead of Night by Lynn Viehl
Publisher: Flux Books
Release Date: July 8, 2012
* Received for review via published and NetGalley.