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White Nights is the second and last novel of the second cycle of the Blue Bloods series by Melissa de la Cruz, and the sequel to Vampires of Manhattan.

Synopsis Edit

Oliver Hazard-Perry, once leader of the Coven, is now a broken man and enlists the help of his friends Jack Force and Schuyler Van Alen to redeem himself and search for his lost love, Finn Chase, who has disappeared into the sophisticated streets of Stockholm. Meanwhile, back in the city, venators Ara Scott and Edon Marrok's investigation into a surge of Nephlim (those dangerous half-human, half demons) activity has come to a dead end. As quickly as they arrived, the Nephilim have all mysteriously disappeared from New York. Where did they go? And does the answer lie in the hidden caverns and remote glaciers of the Scandinavian peninsula? 

As the sun stretches summer days into white nights, the loyal crew encounters its most devastating trial yet, one that brings everything they believe into question and everything they love into danger.

About the story Edit

Notes Edit

  • Melissa de la Cruz was forced to abandon the series due to her inability to wrap up the story, but because of high demand, the first unedited draft of the novel was released. All proceeds will go out to Yallfest.
    • Unlike the rest of the series, the novel was published mainly as an e-book thanks to a partnership with Amazon. A handful of physical copies were issued nonetheless.
v - e - t Blue Bloods Universe: Novels
Blue Bloods series
Novels
Blue BloodsMasqueradeRevelationsThe Van Alen Legacy
Misguided AngelLost in TimeWolf Pact (#1, #2, #3, #4) • Gates of Paradise
Vampires of ManhattanWhite Nights
Short stories
"Mr. Darcy Requests" • "The Last Meeting" • "Shelter Island" • "The Venator's Tale"
"Just Another Night in Suck-City" • "Always Something There to Remind Me" • "Ring of Fire"
Miscellaneous
Keys to the RepositoryBloody ValentineBlue Bloods (Graphic novel)
Beauchamp Family series
Novels
Witches of East EndSerpent's KissWinds of Salem
Triple MoonDouble Eclipse
Related
Diary of the White Witch (prequel) • Witches of East End (TV series) (S1, S2)

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