Running in the Dark

Running in the Dark

Regan Summers / Nov 22, 2019

Running in the Dark Santiago ChileAfter surviving a vampire turf war in Alaska vampire courier Sydney Kildare is back behind the wheel and working under an assumed name in Chile She doesn t speak the language doesn t

  • Title: Running in the Dark
  • Author: Regan Summers
  • ISBN: 9781426894541
  • Page: 119
  • Format: ebook
  • Santiago, ChileAfter surviving a vampire turf war in Alaska, vampire courier Sydney Kildare is back behind the wheel and working under an assumed name in Chile She doesn t speak the language, doesn t know the city and worst of all has to drive a crappy car.What she does have is Malcolm Kelly, her sort of boyfriend and manager of the city s vampire population But with MalSantiago, ChileAfter surviving a vampire turf war in Alaska, vampire courier Sydney Kildare is back behind the wheel and working under an assumed name in Chile She doesn t speak the language, doesn t know the city and worst of all has to drive a crappy car.What she does have is Malcolm Kelly, her sort of boyfriend and manager of the city s vampire population But with Malcolm preoccupied by bloodsucker business and a gorgeous vampiress from his past Sydney feels alone than ever.But Sydney has than her love life to worry about She s got vamps on her tail, mysterious deliveries that leave death in their wake, and old enemies targeting her to get to Malcolm Turns out he s got a history deadly than she ever imagined, and she ll have to use every skill in her arsenal to stay alive60,000 words

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      • Regan Summers

        Author of the Night Runner series, Regan Summers lives in Anchorage, Alaska with her husband and alien monkey hybrid of a child She can suspend disbelief in the space of a heartbeat, and believes that hard work leads to happiness so long as one can overlook the misery of hard work, that is.


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    1. This review was originally published at Book Lovers Inc.If Sookie Stackhouse has a kick-butt older sister in thermals and hiking boots, it's Sydney Kildare. They are both humans who have just a bit extra, who are making their way, not just in a world where the vamps have come out of the coffin, but specifically in spheres that are vampire-dominated.Oh yeah, and they both have boyfriends who are vampires, although Sookie seems to have ditched both of hers for the moment.The big difference is that [...]


    2. A worthy sequel to Don't Bite the Messenger!As a messenger for vampires, Sydney Kildare is used to danger at every turn. After a brush with death left her fleeing from her job and home in Alaska, Sydney is back to doing what she's great at, running, this time on some unfamiliar turf: Santiago, Chile. Working under an alias, Sydney must make a new name for herself in this new and unknown city but at least she has her boyfriend, vampire Malcolm by her side. With her latest deliveries leaving a tra [...]


    3. Favorite Lines: “He’s what was waiting for me when you turned your back and let your guy throw me out of your club. I don’t know how well you’re acquainted with him, but in my experience, he isn’t very nice” (p. 142, e-galley)I read and enjoyed the first book in Regan Summers’ Night Runners series so much that I’ve read it a couple of times. I’m happy to say I enjoyed the second installment in the series even more.Running in the Dark picks up a few weeks after Sydney and Malcol [...]


    4. I'm thoroughly enjoying this series, despite being a really tough sell on vamps. It's fast-paced, witty, clever and fun. This installment is longer than 'Don't Bite the Messenger,' allowing more thoroughly developed secondary characters and world building. I love the concept of the courier moving oh-so-carefully between the human and vampire worlds. I love the unusual urban settings (Anchorage, AK in the first one; Santiago, Chile in this one), but most of all I love Syd. Such a tough and creati [...]


    5. I'd forgotten the hardback I was reading when I traveled for Thanksgiving, so I pulled out the iPad and started reading this book.And I found myself doing things like standing in the bedroom with only one sock on, because I needed to find out what happened next and couldn't put the book down long enough to put my other sock on. Or reading at 3am, because I just needed to finish the next chapter, and then I could go to sleep.Needless to say, the story is gripping. Lots of action. But what I liked [...]


    6. The Night Runner series is very cool. It's no secret I don't like vampire stories, but Regan Summers hooked me with Don't Bite the Messenger and Running in the Dark continues the attitude and adventure.It's fast-paced and the world building is excellent -- though I did kind of mourn losing the Alaskan setting (very exotic to an Australian all that snow).Sydney is a fantastic heroine and the strong story from her perspective works really well. You won't guess the twists and turns, but you will e [...]


    7. Review originally posted here: thebookpushers/2012/10/29/Publisher: Carina PressPublish Date: Out nowHow I got this book: ARC from the publisher via NetgalleySantiago, ChileAfter surviving a vampire turf war in Alaska, vampire courier Sydney Kildare is back behind the wheel and working under an assumed name in Chile. She doesn’t speak the language, doesn’t know the city and—worst of all—has to drive a crappy car.What she does have is Malcolm Kelly, her sort-of boyfriend and manager of th [...]


    8. I loved Syndey's personality, style and independence in DON'T BITE THE MESSENGER so I was excited when Regan contacted me with RUNNING IN THE DARK for review. I think its pretty important to read book 0.5 before you jump into book 1 as it will give you the background on the characters and their situations. You might be a bit lost if you try to jump into book 1 without the back story.It was a bit hard to read the first half of the book watching Sydney struggle with not having complete control of [...]


    9. This review is from an original post at Http://bookedandloadedRunning in the Dark by Regan Summers was a fast pasted vampire romance with lots of action. The heroine, Sydney Kildare, was clever and unique. Her internal dialog was very entertaining and her overall resilience and spunk was a great recipe for an awesome heroine. Running in the Dark starts out after a major change in Sydney’s life. She has been uprooted to Chili after a disturbance in vampire politics in Alaska forced her to reloc [...]


    10. We first met Sydney Kildare in Don't Bite the Messenger. She is a strong, feisty, take no guff gal who works as a vampire courier. In this installment she has relocated to Chile and is trying to get in the game under an assumed name and without her reputation she worked so hard to build. Once again there is plenty action and plots and sub plots galore and Sydney must keep on top of her game to survive. This was an awesome read that in my opinion was very well written with wonderful world and cha [...]


    11. Running in the Dark is follow up to Don't Bite the Messenger and the start of a new series. I do recommend reading these in order. Vampire Courier Sydney Kildare is now in Santiago, Chile. She doesn't know the language, the roads or pretty much anybody other than sexy vampire Malcolm Kelly. Syd has to start from the bottom at her new job because she can’t call Alaska for references. They think she is dead and it is better that way. Malcolm is busy doing for the Master he owes when crap from hi [...]


    12. Sequel to Don't Bite the Messaenger. Another fast-paced urban fantasy adventure featuring Syd, a courier who works for vampires. This one's set in Chile instead of Anchorage, and has a mostly new set of characters. I enjoyed the developing relationship between Syd and Malcolm, and I liked the new developments with Syd's vampire-resistant power. I'll definitely be on the lookout for book three.


    13. I Love SydneyShe tried retirement. It didn't agree with her.Vampire courier Sydney Kildare survived a turf war in Alaska and retired to Hawaii, a wonderfully vampire-free state. She was enjoying island life just fine (being bored senseless) until the goons of a sucker with a grudge showed up and tried to kidnap her. That's about when she realized the danger was the most fun she'd had since she retired.Now Sydney is in Chile with her vampire sorta-boyfriend Malcolm, who had been sent to South Ame [...]


    14. In the interest of full disclosure, I know Regan Summers from the writing forum, Absolute Write. That said, I would have still bought and loved this book, even if we weren't friends. Running in the Dark is the second book of the Night Runner Series and while you don't need to read Book 1, Don't Bite the Messenger, I highly recommend it. DBtM gives you some of the background for the world Regan has created and it introduces you to the two main characters. Not to mention, it's a well-written, fast [...]


    15. The scenery has changed, but life as a courier for the vampires is just as crazy as ever for Sydney Kildare. She had to flee Alaska, where she had made a name for herself in her profession and now she is starting over from the ground-up in Santiago, Chile. And she's trying to make a go of her relationship with Malcolm, the vampire running the city for his boss. Things aren't going well on either fronts.As the low man on the totem pole, Syd is getting the lowliest jobs and her ambition is riding [...]


    16. How on earth had I not added this to my read shelf and not done a review?? This is so goood!This is the 2nd book in the series and things really amp up. I loved the relationship between Sydney and Mal - the super hot vampire. Like super hot. And you can't blame her for being worried about the stunning woman who seems to be at his beck and call. I'd be worried. And there's more to Mal than she knows - we find out why he's working for the vampire boss that he hates and we learn more about the gorg [...]


    17. While I enjoyed this quick read I would have probably appreciated it a bit more by reading the first novella in the series. I am going to end up going back and reading the first one but it may be a while as my TBR is a bit out of control. Sydney is a courier and the lover of the local head vampire. She's kick-ass and yet vulnerable which was something I enjoyed. She doesn't do a lot of stupid things even though at times you just want to go why?? You know they will gladly kill you but you still p [...]


    18. Unique worldbuilding and a fabulous heroine make this a must read for urban fantasy fans. Syd is one of my favorite UF heroines because she is smart, careful, and courageous. She carefully guards herself from the very risky world she runs in, but when the chips are down, she does what she feels is right.This book is also filled with other wonderful characters. Malcolm, the very hot and mysterious love interest--who is a bit less mysterious by the end of this story (in a good way). And Soraya--we [...]


    19. The action was high, the risk was high, the drama was high. But for some reason I just didn't feel connected to the story. I liked Sydney/Aerin. She's smart, witty and kick ass. And Malcolm was a good hero/boyfriend. The other character's were likable too, my fav's being Micky and Soraya. The bad guys were evil, and the mystery was good. But something that I can't quite put my finger on was missing. I didn't love it so I won't be going back to read the first book in the series, but I liked it en [...]


    20. I'm completely digging this series. Fast paced, with a female protagonist full of clever humor, and containing vampires that are as dangerous as they are sexy. (Not to mention, I have a major crush on Malcolm.)I'd definitely recommend to anyone who likes their paranormal with a darker edge and their vamps to be a little less cuddly!


    21. I think I would have done better with this one had I read the previous novella. Hard for me to grasp the world.Full review to come


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