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Courting Midnight

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A wonderful Regency supernatural romance

    In 1813 shapeshifting Lucius White believes he has no conscience as he never feels remorse when he dines on blood. During a deluge he meets his splitting image near death Squire Lucas Delavert, who just returned home. Lucius is shocked how close they look like one another, almost as if they were identical twins. Just before Delavert dies, he names White his heir because he hates his living family who he has not seen in years............... Lucius is stunned to find he is attracted to Theodora Becket as he has never cared about anyone. He even lets her mother throw a ball at ¿his home¿ so that he cans spend time with Theodora during the planning stages. They make love, but he erases the memories of that from his Theodora¿s mind. When they are caught in an uncompromising position, they are forced to marry, something neither regrets as they are in love, but Lucius fears that Theodora will disdain him once she learns the truth about what he is and how he deceived her. He also is afraid that his species the Upry will come for his beloved................. COURTING MIDNIGHT is a wonderful Regency supernatural romance starring an amoral individual who gains a soul when he falls in love. Lucius is a fabulous protagonist having no concerns about society except as it interferes with his well being until he meets the courageous Theodora. Their heated scenes augment a torrid paranormal historical tale that will thrill fans of several sub-genres............... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2013

    Geez

    Harriet if you are going to tell the entire plot in your review than put PLOT SPOILER. Im sure you know what that means since you're so good at it. And just so you know, most authors don't appreciate your "reviews" since they reveal all the major plot points and turn readers off.

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  • Posted August 18, 2010

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    Disappointing

    I read Catching Midnight and loved it. I was looking forward to reading about Lucius, his adventures and the rest of the "upyr" in this book. This turned out to be just another regency romance novel. It's not a badly written one, but still pretty boring and true to romance novel formula. It's less about Lucius and the rest of the upyr topic and more about the dithering of yet another boring romance novel heroine. Blech.

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  • Posted March 19, 2009

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    Yumm!

    Sensual, tormenting, vamp with a twist! Holly always provides a healthy dose of eroticism mixed with suggestive humor. I'm hooked.

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