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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2007

    Great First-Person Paranormal Romance

    The night before her wedding, Megan's fiance (and her triplet sisters' fiances) come to their house to kill them!!! They were changed into vampires by a stripper, who happens to be the vampire queen. On the same night, they meet their grandfather DarkHeart and Mikhail, a sexy-as-hell shapeshifter who seems to detest Megan from the start.... 1 of the sisters is destined to be a healer, 1 a 'daughter of Lilith' (translation: born slayer) and the other 1 is possibly going to become a vampire (one of the babies was bitten by the vampire queen as an infant, but only one mark was left so whether or not she will change is a mystery) Megan believes she is the one destined to change into a vampire as she realizes her aversion to garlic and desire to kill... Throw in two men she has to choose between and a strip club full of vampires as if she doesn't have enough on her plate. Harper Allen has done a great job with this story. I can't wait to read the other two!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Supernatural romance readers will appreciate this action-packed romantic thriller

    The oldest of triplets by a half hour Megan Crosse begins the walk down the aisle accompanied by her sisters Natashya and Katherine when her long lost thought dead grandfather interrupts the nuptials though she and her siblings agree their respective fiancés fail to get their motors humming. Darkheart accompanied by shapeshifter Mikhail Vosteroff claims his triplet offspring are part of a family of vampire-slayers and are needed right now. He insists one of them is a slayer, another will become a healer, and the third will convert into a vampire. He returned to them because they are in peril from the same creature that killed their mother.---------------------- The wedding is put off over the objections of the groom investment banker Dean as the triplets join their grandfather to fight a local nest of vampires. Meanwhile Megan finds Mikhail stirs her blood while he thinks she is his life mate. However, everyone fears that she is the one who will convert to a vampiress since as a child she was bit by one of the bloodsuckers.-------------------- Supernatural romance readers will appreciate this action-packed romantic thriller starring a strong lead couples and fully developed support players. Readers will believe in vampires, werewolves, and oh my an assortment of other ilk much of that reality suspension comes from the non stop escapes of the heroes, but also because of the amusing dialogue between the triplets and the sensual discourse between Megan and Mikhail. With Tash and Kat to follow, sub-genre fans have plenty to look forward to as Harper Allen provides a terrific opening tale.----------------- Harriet Klausner

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