Night Myst by Yasmine Galenorn, is book one in her new Indigo Court series. It revolves around Cicely Waters, a witch who can control, and her fight against a thing called the Indigo Court. The Indigo Court is made up of the powerful vampiric Fae, who have decidedly become the enemy of all. Cicely must join forces with both the normal Fae and the Crimison Court (vampires) to take down the vampiric queen Myst before she completely destroys the town of New Forest. All the while Ciciley is finding about about her heritage and trying to hang on to her relationship with a Fae called Grieve.I've given this book a 4 out of 5. As the start of a new series it does it's job of introductions wonderfully making them both interesting and informative. Also for a first in the series it puts in a great amount of action and advancement as far as the plot goes. The writing style was to me like a mix of Laurell K. Hamilton and Charlaine Harris. The story is new and refreshing when it comes to paranormal fantasy, it introduced a concept that I have never read before called the Vampiric Fae. There were a few things that irked me to the point of my dreaded eye roll, such as: The tattoos on both Cicely and Grieve which came off as just stupid and also the "dirty" talk which just got plan old as well as stupid after the first few times. Overall Galenorn has done a wonderful job with this book and I thoroughly look forward to the next in the series.