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One kiss can seal your fate... Cara DeLongpre wandered into the mysterious Nocturne club looking for a fleeting diversion from her sheltered life. Instead she found a dark, seductive stranger whose touch entices her beyond the safety she's always known and into a heady carnal bliss. A year ago, Vincent Cordova believed that vampires existed only in bad movies and bogeyman st One kiss can seal your fate... Cara DeLongpre wandered into the mysterious Nocturne club looking for a fleeting diversion from her sheltered life. Instead she found a dark, seductive stranger whose touch entices her beyond the safety she's always known and into a heady carnal bliss. A year ago, Vincent Cordova believed that vampires existed only in bad movies and bogeyman stories. That was before a chance encounter left him with unimaginable powers, a hellish thirst, and an aching loneliness he's sure will never end—until the night he meets Cara DeLongpre. Cara's beauty and bewitching innocence call to his mind, his heart—his blood. For Vincent senses the Dark Gift shared by Cara's parents, and the lurking threat from an ancient and powerful foe. And he knows that the only thing more dangerous than the enemy waiting to seek its vengeance is the secret carried by those Cara trusts the most.


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One kiss can seal your fate... Cara DeLongpre wandered into the mysterious Nocturne club looking for a fleeting diversion from her sheltered life. Instead she found a dark, seductive stranger whose touch entices her beyond the safety she's always known and into a heady carnal bliss. A year ago, Vincent Cordova believed that vampires existed only in bad movies and bogeyman st One kiss can seal your fate... Cara DeLongpre wandered into the mysterious Nocturne club looking for a fleeting diversion from her sheltered life. Instead she found a dark, seductive stranger whose touch entices her beyond the safety she's always known and into a heady carnal bliss. A year ago, Vincent Cordova believed that vampires existed only in bad movies and bogeyman stories. That was before a chance encounter left him with unimaginable powers, a hellish thirst, and an aching loneliness he's sure will never end—until the night he meets Cara DeLongpre. Cara's beauty and bewitching innocence call to his mind, his heart—his blood. For Vincent senses the Dark Gift shared by Cara's parents, and the lurking threat from an ancient and powerful foe. And he knows that the only thing more dangerous than the enemy waiting to seek its vengeance is the secret carried by those Cara trusts the most.

30 review for Night's Touch

  1. 4 out of 5

    valee

    Another good read from this author. I'm really enjoying this series. still I don't think I'll ever care much for it because there's just something missing that others I loved had, but I do have this need to keep reading it. This book had a very sweet and cute romance while it shows as a side of vampires all paranormal romance fans love to see. We see all we are use to see, like vampires being weak with the sun and silver, stakes, etc. What I like the most is that the author makes the characters Another good read from this author. I'm really enjoying this series. still I don't think I'll ever care much for it because there's just something missing that others I loved had, but I do have this need to keep reading it. This book had a very sweet and cute romance while it shows as a side of vampires all paranormal romance fans love to see. We see all we are use to see, like vampires being weak with the sun and silver, stakes, etc. What I like the most is that the author makes the characters go through every day situations but we see how they face those while being vampires. I really enjoy this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tilequa

    really good soooo far......I like how there kid got older and ashley wrote about her!!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paige

    This is the first Amanda Ashley book that didn’t wow me. NIGHT’S TOUCH just seemed to drag in places until the plot picked up again. I felt it had too much going on which made the switching point of views nauseating. If you read the books in order, this book follows the baby girl that Roshan and Brenna DeLongpre found at the very end of their book NIGHT’S KISS. Cara never knew her life style was different from others until she finally went to public schools. Not everyone had a bodyguard, or was This is the first Amanda Ashley book that didn’t wow me. NIGHT’S TOUCH just seemed to drag in places until the plot picked up again. I felt it had too much going on which made the switching point of views nauseating. If you read the books in order, this book follows the baby girl that Roshan and Brenna DeLongpre found at the very end of their book NIGHT’S KISS. Cara never knew her life style was different from others until she finally went to public schools. Not everyone had a bodyguard, or was most active at night, or had parents that were allergic to the sun. Still she never looked hard to find the truth. Not until she meets Anton Bouchard and Vincent Cordova at the Nocturnal club does her world start expanding. Between the two men, Cara can’t get Vincent out of her mind. Turning Anton down, she and Vincent’s feelings heat up quickly. A year into his vampire life, Vincent knows he shouldn’t get close to Cara, but before he knows it, she’s everything to him. He’s surprised to learn she lives with Vampires and they come to an uneasy truth not to out the other. Anton might have struck out with Cara, but his mother’s plan for revenge is not over with. After killing her lover Anthony, Serafina’s waited all this time to strike. Anton drops the ball on Cara’s parents by spilling the beans to her. Roshan is quick to share the buck by outing Vincent as well, but Cara doesn’t believe him. After some time apart, Cara does eventually let her parents back in. Meanwhile, Vincent still isn’t telling. They face two attacks from the Bauchard’s and only on the second one when Cara watch as Vincent’s wounds heal does she put it together. Weeks apart separate them as well, but her love for him won’t die and soon they are back on track. Ready to permanently make a part of life, wedding plans are made and soon they are husband and wife. Their bliss is interrupted by her bouts of sickness and a positive pregnancy result from the doctor sends Cara home in a haze. For the next month’s Vincent watches with worry, while taking Cara’s away, over the baby’s development. Although they were surprised, it was with the birth of identical sons, not of vampire baby fangs. Motherhood took some getting use too and a final attempt against them finally ends the threat to their lives from Bauchard. I defiantly think the book jumped around too much. Vincent wasn’t the typical vampire that Ashley writes and I found it hard to connect with him.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    A smooth and natural transition from Night's Kiss, the first book in this series, but with more of the same faults. This sequel really plods. People get up, sit down, get up, eat, sit down, talk, walk, sit down, talk, etc. etc. When the story gets too tedious the author throws in an exclamation mark or two, which only emphasises the monotony. The action in the story is totally predictable, even the 'twists' being telegraphed pages beforehand. For all that, this book is eminently readable, thanks to A smooth and natural transition from Night's Kiss, the first book in this series, but with more of the same faults. This sequel really plods. People get up, sit down, get up, eat, sit down, talk, walk, sit down, talk, etc. etc. When the story gets too tedious the author throws in an exclamation mark or two, which only emphasises the monotony. The action in the story is totally predictable, even the 'twists' being telegraphed pages beforehand. For all that, this book is eminently readable, thanks to Ms Ashley's skill as an author -- a print version of an episode from a TV series, one that you enjoy watching to the end but forget within minutes. I think I'll draw the line with this book in the series and move on to other authors, other books.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kate Cardenas

    Cara DeLongpre wandered into the mysterious Nocturne club looking for a fleeting diversion from her sheltered life. Instead she found a dark, seductive stranger whose touch entices her beyond the safety she's always known and into a heady carnal bliss. A year ago, Vincent Cordova believed that vampires existed only in bad movies and bogeyman stories. That was before a chance encounter left him with unimaginable powers, a hellish thirst, and an aching loneliness he's sure will never end—until the Cara DeLongpre wandered into the mysterious Nocturne club looking for a fleeting diversion from her sheltered life. Instead she found a dark, seductive stranger whose touch entices her beyond the safety she's always known and into a heady carnal bliss. A year ago, Vincent Cordova believed that vampires existed only in bad movies and bogeyman stories. That was before a chance encounter left him with unimaginable powers, a hellish thirst, and an aching loneliness he's sure will never end—until the night he meets Cara DeLongpre. Cara's beauty and bewitching innocence call to his mind, his heart—his blood. For Vincent senses the Dark Gift shared by Cara's parents, and the lurking threat from an ancient and powerful foe. And he knows that the only thing more dangerous than the enemy waiting to seek its vengeance is the secret carried by those Cara trusts the most.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Violet

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. wow. another great one from amanda ashley. atleast i loved it. cara and vincent they were so made for each other. so much is happening in this book. she finds out her parent were vampires and she didnt know that. alot to take in. vince is too. but he kept that from her. afraid she couldnt handle it. they evil people in this story got what they deserved. yeah cara had alot to deal with. but it all turned out good in the end. and she had twin boys. that was awesome. he was a vampire. they dont kno wow. another great one from amanda ashley. atleast i loved it. cara and vincent they were so made for each other. so much is happening in this book. she finds out her parent were vampires and she didnt know that. alot to take in. vince is too. but he kept that from her. afraid she couldnt handle it. they evil people in this story got what they deserved. yeah cara had alot to deal with. but it all turned out good in the end. and she had twin boys. that was awesome. he was a vampire. they dont know how that happened. but it did. well i knew it was coming. but it was still very cool. awesome story.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bronwyn Rykiert

    I enjoyed this story, it is my first vampire story for awhile and it was worth it. Cara DeLongpre has been brought up with vampires for parents, though she does not find out until she is 22 and she is not happy about it. At the time she finds this out she is also dating a vampire but Vince is reluctant to tell her his story. This I found frustrating and the fact that he left town twice because he did not want to tell her. Cara does not know it for some reason her parents doen't figure it out early I enjoyed this story, it is my first vampire story for awhile and it was worth it. Cara DeLongpre has been brought up with vampires for parents, though she does not find out until she is 22 and she is not happy about it. At the time she finds this out she is also dating a vampire but Vince is reluctant to tell her his story. This I found frustrating and the fact that he left town twice because he did not want to tell her. Cara does not know it for some reason her parents doen't figure it out early enough but there is someone out for revenge on this family and Cara is their initial target.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Missyb

    absolutely love Cara & Vince together. Much better then the first book in the series (about her parents). Mara is mysterious and a great character, she plays a bigger role in the next books in the series. The story has the typical parent over-reaction/preotectiveness to their daughter falling in love with a guy, and/but them realizing he's a vampire, yet she doesn't know that he or her parents are vampires. Nice twist at the end, and a happy ending. absolutely love Cara & Vince together. Much better then the first book in the series (about her parents). Mara is mysterious and a great character, she plays a bigger role in the next books in the series. The story has the typical parent over-reaction/preotectiveness to their daughter falling in love with a guy, and/but them realizing he's a vampire, yet she doesn't know that he or her parents are vampires. Nice twist at the end, and a happy ending.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Djina

    This book was really thrilling! After reading the first book of the series, this one brought it up a notch. Brenna and Roshan's daughter grow up to be an adult and although overprotected by her parents, decides to explore The Nocturne. There she will meet Anton (Anthony's son). Returning the next night, she'll stumble upon Vince which will stir her emotions. She knows he's the one. However, Anton has other plans for her. This book will bring you sadness, joy, laughter and more! Bonne lecture!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Marie-Josee Larouche

    A beautiful transition from Night's Kiss! Picks up right where it left off. A thrilling,fun, and exciting novel! With lots of surprises and twists. Love it to bits! (P.S - Sorry for such a short review and comment, my computer is really bad, I wrote a nice long review only for my computer to restart and lose everything, and I don't have the patience to retype everything right now.)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    This was a great story, it had the perfect mix of romance and mystery and the characters are so likeable. I especially loved the ending of the book, what a sweet surprise! I've really enjoyed this series so far and can't wait to read more.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    My Night Series: 1. Night's Kiss 2. Night's Touch 3. Night's Master 4. Night's Pleasure Other Misc. Series: 1. Shades of Gray 2. After Sundown 3. Desire After Dark Everlasting Series: 1. Everlasting Kiss 2. Everlasting Desire

  13. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Ushman

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this book. I think its a good continuation of the first book. The idea of Vince being able to have children because he was made by the oldest vampire and that he is young is an appealing idea. I was just upset that Frank died, I linked him. Overall this book was good.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Over 500 pages and I read it in an afternoon! Great vampire love story. Light and fresh, minus the gore.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Haylie

    An awesome sequel to Night's Kiss! i loved Vince, he was so sweet and caring to Cara! even though he was stupid to leave her not once but TWICE!!!! Absolutly loved it!!!!!!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    DaNela

    *BIO*

  17. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Not bad. There was nothing to make it really stand out. There was some good parts in it. Wasn't awesome, but better than watching tv.

  18. 4 out of 5

    iomai

    An amazing book filled with romance, drama, revenge, and lies. With every page you turn a new surprise is found. READ IT!!!!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Regina Morris

    I enjoyed this series by Amanda Ashley. It was the first set of books I read from her, and I'll be reading more.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Once again I liked Amanda's book. She is a good writer and I will be looking for more by her.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rachael T Bailey

    it was sweet adventure for cara with all those vampires around and she doesn't know it yet.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Raina

    Ok, this book was totally cornball, yet I really enjoyed it. It was light and fun story about a woman who was adopted as a newborn and raised by vampires. However, she was never told that her parents are vampires. They always wanted to tell her but never really found the right time. When she starts dating and subsequently falls in love with a man who happens to also be a vampire her parents begin to worry. The plot thickens when, around the same time, she also meets and casually dates another ma Ok, this book was totally cornball, yet I really enjoyed it. It was light and fun story about a woman who was adopted as a newborn and raised by vampires. However, she was never told that her parents are vampires. They always wanted to tell her but never really found the right time. When she starts dating and subsequently falls in love with a man who happens to also be a vampire her parents begin to worry. The plot thickens when, around the same time, she also meets and casually dates another man (unbeknownst to her, he is her father's mortal enemy) and he reveals to her that her parents are both vampires, however, there is a bit of a twist! This is Amanda Ashley’s second book in her DeLongpre Vampires series. It takes place 22 years after the finale of Night’s Kiss, which is the first book in this series. Since it holds several similarities to it's predecessor in that there are vampires, good witches, bad witches, crazy witches, and a of course a damsel frequently in distress, you can read it as a stand alone novel or part of the series and not feel that you are missing out.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    As the sequel to 'Night's Kiss', which I hadn't read, this book was pretty good. It touched base enough on Cara's parents' past that it didn't give you the 'lost, what the hell' feeling. I thought Cara, though naively innocent in the beginning, becomes a strong women with a mind of her own. She is thrown for a loop, a couple of times, but thinking it over, she comes to terms, which is nice. When she makes up her mind, it sometimes wages war with her heart, and her heart wins. Sort of a cliche, ye As the sequel to 'Night's Kiss', which I hadn't read, this book was pretty good. It touched base enough on Cara's parents' past that it didn't give you the 'lost, what the hell' feeling. I thought Cara, though naively innocent in the beginning, becomes a strong women with a mind of her own. She is thrown for a loop, a couple of times, but thinking it over, she comes to terms, which is nice. When she makes up her mind, it sometimes wages war with her heart, and her heart wins. Sort of a cliche, yes, I know. But the way it was written, it went well with the story. Vince was a great male character. His common sense and his heart wage a war as well, and though he tries to do what he thinks is best, I'm glad his heart won as well. I truly believe that Cara and Vince were meant to be together - and against all odd, they are. You can feel the sparks coming off between them. A few surprises from the regular vampire novel, slight differences, which were nice to see. A sense of danger and purpose, enough action to entice the reader, well played out. A good book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Biz

    latest book from one of my favorite Vamp authors I was honestly disappointed in this book. I LOVE all her other books, but this one read to me as something that was quickly written, and felt more like a fanfic sequel to its first book, rather than an official sequel. It was predictable, badly written (Sorry Madeline, but I calls em as I sees em) and really... turned me off her books. Which is sad, as she's one of my favorite authors. This book felt to me like an unplanned sequel that a publisher i latest book from one of my favorite Vamp authors I was honestly disappointed in this book. I LOVE all her other books, but this one read to me as something that was quickly written, and felt more like a fanfic sequel to its first book, rather than an official sequel. It was predictable, badly written (Sorry Madeline, but I calls em as I sees em) and really... turned me off her books. Which is sad, as she's one of my favorite authors. This book felt to me like an unplanned sequel that a publisher insisted on being written so she spit one out quickly just to shut them up. At least I hope that's what the case was.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bitten_by_Books

    In Amanda Ashley’s second book in her DeLongpre Vampires series, we are introduced to the next generation. This book takes place 22 years after the finale of Night’s Kiss, the first book in this series. As in the first book, we meet some vampires, some good witches, some worse witches, a couple crazy witches, and a damsel frequently in distress... For the entire review please go to the Best Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Review site on the web, Bitten By Books  for the review of Night's Touch in it' In Amanda Ashley’s second book in her DeLongpre Vampires series, we are introduced to the next generation. This book takes place 22 years after the finale of Night’s Kiss, the first book in this series. As in the first book, we meet some vampires, some good witches, some worse witches, a couple crazy witches, and a damsel frequently in distress... For the entire review please go to the Best Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Review site on the web, Bitten By Books  for the review of Night's Touch in it's entirety. You won't be sorry.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    What was I thinking! I borrowed this from the library and it was nothing more than a glorified Mills and Boons. The story was predictable, the plot was more about Vince and Cara having lots of love sessions and not once did the main character do anything to get herself out of any kind of distress. There was always someone willing to jump in and save the day. This book is great as a pulp read, great if you want a romance with a vampire twist but it is fairly light on everything and just not my cup What was I thinking! I borrowed this from the library and it was nothing more than a glorified Mills and Boons. The story was predictable, the plot was more about Vince and Cara having lots of love sessions and not once did the main character do anything to get herself out of any kind of distress. There was always someone willing to jump in and save the day. This book is great as a pulp read, great if you want a romance with a vampire twist but it is fairly light on everything and just not my cup of tea.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dayna Smith

    The sequel to Night's Kiss, Roshan and Brenna DeLongpre struggle with their adopted daughter Cara. Now twenty-two she still doesn't know her parents are vampires; then she meets Vince Cordova and falls head-over-heels in love. One problem, Vince is a vampire too. She is also being courted by Anton Bouchard the son of her parents' worst enemy. Will Cara be able to handle the truth about her parents and Vince? Will she survive Anton's advances? Will love win out? Another great tale from Amanda Ash The sequel to Night's Kiss, Roshan and Brenna DeLongpre struggle with their adopted daughter Cara. Now twenty-two she still doesn't know her parents are vampires; then she meets Vince Cordova and falls head-over-heels in love. One problem, Vince is a vampire too. She is also being courted by Anton Bouchard the son of her parents' worst enemy. Will Cara be able to handle the truth about her parents and Vince? Will she survive Anton's advances? Will love win out? Another great tale from Amanda Ashley.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Twenty two year old Cara DeLongpre does not realize that her loving adoptive parents are vampires. She does not believe in such things anyway. She would also be shocked to discover that Vincent Cordova, the mechanic she has recently fallen head over heels in love with, is a vampire as well. There is a dangerous enemy of Cara's parents, however, who is well aware of everything, and out for revenge on Cara and everyone she loves.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Okay, no. Heroine was completely annoying, ridiculously naive and sadly helpless. The hero falls in love in just about 5 minutes...but why? Old characters reemerge, but they are boring and for some reason the female is wimpy. Too many happy coincidences and an anticlimactic ending to the antagonist. I'm just not a fan of the writing, which doesn't seem to be improving, and won't be moving on to the next installment.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Yui

    I got curious about Mara with this book but the irritatingly childish and ungrateful., selfish, hypocrite heroine of this book ruined the whole series for me. It was a mediocre read from the start and lousy characters didn't help. even the hero was a jerk and a liar. now these two attitudes some writers can salvage but add in cowardice and it's a straight drop to the crap pile, never to see the light of day so long as I retain my sanity.

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