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Embrace the Twilight (Wings in the Night Series #8)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2004

    Embrace the Twilight (Twilight Series #8)

    This book is a wonderful book. Once you start this book you cant put it down. This is one of the best books that i have read before. All of maggie Shaynes books on the twilight series is wonderful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2004

    Embrace the Twilight (Twilight Series #8)

    this book was a great book and Iwould recomend it to anyone who loves books that are romances and action. It was hard to put the books down after I got into it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2004

    Not her best...

    I've read her other books on this series, and they were much stronger - plot like - than this one. I couldn't get into it. Too slow moving. A bit predictable. Sarafina wasn't a character that I liked right away. Things got better when they had to rescue the young girl.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    vigorous vampire romance

    The enemy tortures Colonel Willem Stone to provide them the names of the American spies inside their training camp. Will denies there are any, insisting technology enables the United States to know their plans. When the pains becomes too hard to consciously handle, his mind vanishes into some other place so that he will not reveal the names of the thirteen people working undercover for America. This place inside his mind looks like an ancient world consisting of Gypsies and vampires. One Gypsy has his full attention as Sarafina is so full of life, but she is changed into a vampire in front of his eyes. Not long afterward, Will regains consciousness in a hospital, but the memories of Sarafina seem so real to him and where he dredged it up from is outside his understanding, but he assumes it is a fantasy. That belief ends when he meets Sarafina and quickly falls in love with her. However, though she loves him too, she does not trust him because he failed her twice as her guardian spirit and she refuses to take strike three especially when he spends an inordinate time protecting the child who may prove the savior or destruction of her kind. EMBRACE THE TWILIGHT is the typical Maggie Shayne magic of taking the impossible and making it seem not only real, but also entertaining as well. The story line is loaded with non-stop action yet the lead protagonists are an intriguing duo and vampires seem like a bona fide species. Fans of vigorous vampire romances will appreciate Ms. Shayne¿s latest achievement that never slows down until the end. Harriet Klausner

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