Gideon: The Nightwalkers [Jacquelyn Frank] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. They’re called the Nightwalkers–proud, ancient beings who. Gideon is the second in the Nightwalkers series by Jacquelyn Frank, the first being Jacob. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t read the first book in the series when . In Frank ‘s seductively crafted universe (introduced in last year’s Jacob: The Nightwalkers), demons aren’t the clawed horrors of myth (unless.

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Nightwalkers Series by Jacquelyn Frank

At the end of the book, there’s a kind of crescendo as the Nightwalkers fight against the evil humans to protect themselves, but mostly this book is a little slow in action with rather long passages where Gideon and Magdalegna talk about Imprinting with each other and talk to each other telepathically, talk to their relatives, and generally don’t do a lot. She was the peace and the light that would keep him from burdening himself with the heavy weight of taking a life, no matter how justified it was.

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Gideon (Nightwalkers, #2) by Jacquelyn Frank

Bella was getting hurt, Noah was thinking, Jacob was with Bella, Corrine was attacked… I mean, are vrank kidding me? Bella and Jacob feature pr After a slow, rocky start the first chaptersthis second book in the Nightwalkers series really takes off and doesn’t slow down for breath. Lovely story, enjoyed it a lot. I did like Legna though, probably more then Gideon, she was a good character and I liked that she wasn’t scared to tell off all the strong alpha males surrounding her.

Their embrace was nothing more than a heated kiss, but still, he went into self-imposed exile for the better part of a decade.

Sorry folks, I can’t stand the woman. Though Magdelegna’s kin raise hell over the May-December romance at years old, Magdelegna is barely an adultthe pair’s breathtaking sex scenes raise more. I see that she hasn’t lost anything from her selfish and spoiled being. I still love Noah. Ok so this book was not as good as Jacob’s book, but it was still a good read.

The changes started nine years ago. There were times throughout the novel when Legna irritated me in some way but I still love her; I liked her in Jacob and now I love her.

Calls her a child and there by Pissing her off to no end and then he exiled himself for almost 9 years. All in all, though, it’s a good book. Giedon has silver eyes, hair of about the same length, and he ties it back with a leather thong.


He is too intellectual for that. She was center, focus, and everything moral that would guide his actions.

I enjoyed the first book, Jacob, well enough to read the next one at least, and I’m very glad I did because I loved Gideon. View all 4 comments. I loved how Gideon gradually started to feel emotion after living without it for so long, and how Legna helps him to communicate with others and realise when someone is reaching out to connect with him. Or, should I say, who the main characters are supposed to be.

In Frank ‘s seductively crafted universe introduced in last year’s Jacob: A single animal of any species imaginable was the first.

If you can get past the repetition and the overly dramatic inner monologues, the story itself is fantastic. Now, with necromancers threatening his people–and Magdalegna nearly their victim–Gideon must face another truth.

Nightwalkers Series

The repetitions remain, alas. And Legna must come to terms with her past in more ways than one.

Gideon as well fell flat for me.

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