Review: Night Resurrected (Envy Chronicles #6) by Joss Ware, Colleen Gleason

May 28, 2015 Review 1

Review: Night Resurrected (Envy Chronicles #6) by Joss Ware, Colleen Gleason

The sixth book in New York Times bestselling author Colleen Gleason's (writing as Joss Ware) award-winning post-apocalyptic paranormal romance series...

"Joss Ware's vision of the future is dark, complex, and highly original." --Nalini Singh

"Brilliantly conceived and executed." --Library Journal

His family was lost forever in the Change, leaving Wyatt with nothing to lose.
But just when he thought he'd never be able to feel anything but anger and frustration, the mysterious Remington Truth comes into his life, confounding him and disrupting his hard shell of protection.

When Wyatt learns that Remy has the most powerful crystal in the world--and that it must be safeguarded from the strangers--he forces the stubborn woman to accept his help.

Remy dares not trust anyone--even the stony Wyatt, who's saved her more than once. But when the zombies are on their tail, with the Strangers close behind, she has no choice but to turn to Wyatt...

She trusts him to keep her safe, but does she dare trust the cold, enigmatic man with her heart?

Title: Night Resurrected
Author: Colleen Gleason, Joss Ware
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Beyond the Night, Embrace the Night Eternal, Night Forbidden, Night Forbidden, Abandon the Night, Night Betrayed
Series: Envy Chronicles
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Beyond the Night, Embrace the Night Eternal, Abandon the Night, Night Betrayed
Published by Avon
Source: Publisher
Published: February 26, 2012
Genres: Apocalypse, Dystopain, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 384
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Remy and Wyatt have had a thing for the past few Envy Chronicle books. Their thing is drowning in hate,need, and habit. Wyatt hates himself. This man is carrying a heavy load of survivors guilt. He hates that Remy makes him notice her. He feels guilty for the way he notices her. Wyatt wants his pre-Change life back. Wyatt puts himself in the center of Remy’s disastrous life because he helps people. Helping others is the one familiar thing Wyatt has in this world gone wrong.

Remy does not understand Wyatt. Her lone way of life has left her with an uncanny ability of reading people. She can’t read Wyatt. She always believes that his scowl is towards her. She does not know what he has brought himself through, the nightmare he has risen into. She doesn’t know the hell is lives with. And of course Wyatt being Wyatt he is not about to share that information.

I enjoyed Night Resurrected. Wyatt was always intriguing. He was the one member of the group that lost the most. He was the man in the most misery. He deserved to be happy in this tumultuous world. He deserved the happily ever after more than the other guys in the series. He just had a longer road to his happily ever after. Remy and her mysterious crystal has had me making some leaping guesstimations for some time.

I was a little disappointed in the sex. It took Wyatt and Remy forever to take that step. It was a step that had building for several books. Everyone knew it was going to happen it was just a matter of when. I know both have complicated traumas in their pasts. I wanted more. This is strictly a selfish disappointment. It does not take anything away from the story.

The ending had a very nice, tight wrap up. I scoured the authors website for information if this would be the last book in the series. I truly hope not. This is such a unique series and I love escaping to this strange vision of Vegas. There are also a few things within this world that I would like to know more about. I can’t say there are many unanswered questions, but I would like more.

Joss Ware


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