Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Review: Summer Night by Lizzy Ford

 Summer Night. A Witchling Novella.  by Lizzy Ford.

GoodReads: Here
Lizzy's Website:Here
Purchase: Here

GoodReads Summary:
Summer’s choice threatens to destroy not only her own life, but Decker’s, too, on the night she falls into the Dark. With both Summer and Decker trapped by their choices, it’s up to Decker’s twin to find a way to make things right.

Beck, the new Master of Light, is forced to step up in his role as the protector of Light. He discovers that sometimes, the protector must come between the Dark and its own Master in order to save them both from being consumed. To save his brother, he must risk everything – even his soul – on the slim chance Summer can redeem herself, if given a second chance. If he’s right, he’ll save Decker from a lifetime of agony. 

If he’s wrong, he’ll lose much more than Decker and Summer, for there will be no one standing between Darkness and the rest of the world.

My Review:
** spoiler alert **

I'm not sure why Lizzy decided to release this little novella between books,  but I'm so happy she did!
Summer night is the bridge between Dark Summer & Autumn Storm, It gives readers a glimpse into what happen that tragic night on the cliff & how summer became autumn.
It's told through Beck & Rania's perspective & gives you a much clearer understanding of both characters & their actions. (I though beck a bit of a Douche before but now I love him!)

"Beck began to realize that sometimes, the protector might have to come between the dark & it's master. No one deserved to handle the horrible duty serving dark alone. Compassion replaced his horror. He didn't know exactly what he had to do, but he knew he needed to do something. He wasn't going to let anyone else suffer." 

If you've read Dark Summer & are planning On reading autumn storm (which how could you not with a cliff hanger like that!)  it's defiantly a must read packed full of info!



  1. I need to pick up these books. Great review Mandy!

    1. Thanks ash! You defiantly need to read the trilogy. :)


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