Happy Book Birthday Night and Day!

For those of you who missed my wonderful interview with Suze, HERE‘s where you can find it. I recommend you check it out. I am also going to recommend you DO NOT read this book or my review until you’ve read the original 19th Year series, because this one is FULL of spoilers about what happened AFTER the ending. OMG! It’s awesome!!! 🙂 ok let’s get to it! 


Night & Day (The 19th Year, #3.5)

Night & Day (The 19th Year, #3.5)

by Emi Gayle 

Something is wrong with Suze. His memory, his magic, even his muscles have all gone mental. If he’s not careful, the underworld’s version of the loony bin may be his next stop.

Not ready to give up the goat yet—if he had one he didn’t eat that is—Suze sets out to stop the mystical mayhem. Unfortunately, this isn’t a fairy tale, and Suze isn’t Snow White felled by an apple waiting for a kiss. Nor is he Prince Charming. 

Nope, he’s just Suze. A destroyer demon stuck without the one person who probably kept him sane for the last eighteen years. Mackenzie Thorne. Or, maybe, just maybe, Mac made him insane, and what was once wrong is now right.

The only thing Suze is sure of—maybe—is that he needs to find the cure. However, with boy wonder memory-less and Mac in California, he’s not even sure where to start.

Of course, once he does figure it out, everything will fall into place like a well designed set of dominoes. Where the path leads, though, is a place Suze never would have expected.

My Review:
Ok, so I need to ask a question first, do any of you know who is on the cover? I do now! I will give you a hint, you will try to figure out who is the narrator the whole damn time. Ok, maybe it was just me, but I was DYING to know who was telling this Suze story. It’s not Suze, or Mac, or Winn, and then I kept going through my head all the characters I’d met, and I still couldn’t figure it out. Just wait! That one little detail may just be the best part of the story. Well, except when you realize WHO the story is being told TO! AND how awesome this story has an impact on all of those characters you loved! It’s also the story to tell you what happened AFTER the end. DON’T read this until you finish the whole 19th Year trilogy. Really, read them first. 
Ok, so what happens when you’re whole life’s work is done. This is what happened to Suze. He’s going through life after Mac. He is also freaking out, because his magic is not working right, he’s sick, he’s not “all there” all the time, and he’s still trying to figure out how to keep the peace with those around him. I loved Suze. He was probably one of, if not my favorite, characters in the whole series. And to see him be vulnerable and a little pitiful is sad. And then there’s the whole life lesson that comes with the story. I LOVED that part too. And who knew, there’s be a tribunal in a short story. Only Ms. Gayle can be so awesome as to throw around some major climax in a short story. LOL And it’s still just as epic! I am so shocked. 
And to tell you the truth, I still cried. I laughed, and I wanted to hug them all. I just love that I still got a glimpse into this world that I’ve come to love so much. This one was written so well. Yes, you will have the mystery of the narrator for a very good part of the story, and I hope it’ll be as awesome for you when that person is revealed. And when it all falls into place, you’ll figure out some wonderful things that have happened and gone on without the rest of us. AWWWWWWWW yes, that’s what I just want to scream because it’s just so awesome! WELL DONE! A FANTASTIC MAGNIFICENT 5 PAWS to the addition of this phenomenal series! Thank you Ms Gayle for giving me even more!!! 
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A HUGE thank you to Ms EMI GAYLE!!! Thank you for the copy to read, Thank you for giving me this awesome story of Suze, and THANK YOU for giving me more!!!   I am thrilled and honored to share this one with as many people as possible! I hope you guys have been checking out this series, I mean seriously it’s one of the best series I’ve ever read! EVER! That’s pretty darn good right 🙂 So go now! 

About the Author:

Emi Gayle

I had a really great bio in my head around midnight one night …. right before I fell asleep and it disappeared into the nothingness of unconsciousness. Bummer. So here’s something less well thought out.

I want to be young again, so I’m kinda sorta living it again. At least on paper. You see, I write paranormal romance. Now, that stuff can get really hot, and really gritty and well … mine does. But! My characters are teenagers, 18 and under. Like I was once … and want to be again.

Why would I want to be a teenager again? Geez. Because! If you met the man of your dreams at 14 was engaged to him at 19 and married him at 20, wouldn’t YOU want to do all that over again? Especially if you were still in love with him? I mean, c’mon! It’s love! That’s why I write, too.

You see… just because you pass a certain age doesn’t mean you forget what it was like to be 14, 15, etc. Actually, because I kinda grew up with my husband, we both still feel like the 14 and 17 year old kids we once were. So that’s where I’m coming from. You might think it’s totally lame, but you know what? That’s ok! Maybe you’ll like my other me instead. ;)

Just in case you missed the first few… Here ya go! Whatcha think? Excited? Want to add them to your Goodreads pile? Just click the image to do so! Or, hover over the menu for more information!

After Dark by Emi Gayle

Day After by Emi Gayle

Darkest Day by Emi Gayle

Happy reading and later gators!


One thought on “Happy Book Birthday Night and Day!

  1. emigayle says:

    Thank you SOOO much! I’m so glad you loved this little extra! It was so much fun to write!

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