A Review On The Night Sender by Christina Tsirkas

On her 18th birthday, Rose Woodburn is visited by a night sender, just like every of age girl in the court, except, no man is to know about the night senders. But life for Rose is made difficult by the mean girl, Savannah who desperately wants to make Rose’s life a living hell. What Rose doesn’t intend to do is find herself noticing things in a different light. Especially when it comes to the night sender that intends to have her for her special night.

Book: The Night Sender by Christina Tsirkas
Series: Standalone
Publication Date: December 26, 2020
(Thank you to Christina Tsirkas for originally gifting me The Night Sender in exchange for an honest review)
Tags: Adult, romance, fantasy, forbidden
Links: Goodreads | Ebook | Paperback | Hardback | Audiobook
Read: January 22, 2021 to January 24, 2021


Who are the night senders? Where do they come from? Why are they so shrouded in secrecy?

These are the questions Rose Woodburn desperately wants answered.

At midnight on her 18th birthday, Rose, like all ladies of the court, receives a visit from one of the night senders. It is a coming of age rite she has been warned to fear, but Rose, always defiant, is not scared. She’s fascinated by these creatures.

When the visit awakens a part of her she never knew existed, Rose begs her night sender, Roosha, to return. But Roosha, condemned to a life of servitude, is bound by sacred law never to see her again. 

Undeterred, Rose embarks on a mission to uncover the secrets surrounding these mystical creatures and their true purpose—a mission that will reveal far more than she bargained for and forge an unlikely alliance. But can it be trusted?

Obsessed with discovering the truth, Rose finds herself on a harrowing path of self-discovery and drawn into an affair so forbidden, its punishment is a fate far worse than death.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

Spoiler Free Review

Thank you to Christina Tsirkas for originally gifting me The Night Sender in exchange for an honest review

On her 18th birthday, Rose Woodburn is visited by a night sender, just like every of age girl in the court, except, no man is to know about the night senders. But life for Rose is made difficult by the mean girl, Savannah who desperately wants to make Rose’s life a living hell.

What Rose doesn’t intend to do is find herself noticing things in a different light. Especially when it comes to the night sender that intends to have her for her special night.

I gave The Night Sender four stars, quite enjoying myself and the fantasy aspect of this book. It was fascinating to see the history behind the night senders and their purpose as well as the way Rose and her night sender form a bond. I quite enjoyed how even though they were not supposed to be interacting with each other or even communicate with each other after that first and only initial night, they went to great lengths to meet each other. It is such a fascinating thing when you love someone yet it is forbidden.

The Night Sender made me think about Romeo & Juliet in a more positive outlook and I found it so fascinating how both Rose and her night sender were willing to risk each others’ lives for love. Their romance was very heartfelt and I enjoyed the way that they both knew that it was forbidden but their love held true and strong that they were willing to risk it all. Even if it meant getting caught and that Rose didn’t know the circumstances of their romance, their love for each other was amazing.

The Night Sender was a great book, thank you again to Christina for originally gifting me a copy of her book.

I hope you guys have a great day, please like and comment down below if you enjoyed this book as well or if you plan on reading it!

Loves,

Veronica Chen

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