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Embracing Darkness (Silhouette Intimate Moments Series #1355)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Fantastic vampire romance

    Vampire Maxwell Tremayne notices the pretty human female watching the Grant residence when he accosts her. He learns she is Linnett Carroll whose niece Deanna was recently murdered along with his younger brother Anthony. Both believe Nola Grant had lackeys commit the homicides as a warning that no one leaves Nola¿s cult................................ Anthony tells Linnett to go home, but she refuses. Though he fears she will interfere with his thirst for revenge, he figures he can control her better if she is with him. As they begin to work their way slowly towards Nola, surrounded by her minion, Linnett and Maxwell fall in love, but what future can there be between a mortal whose lifespan is decades and a bloodsucker who lives for centuries and more. Besides Nola is not going to sit idly by while her enemies close in on her............................... Readers will enjoy this fantastic vampire romance that starts on a high note when Maxwell comes out of seemingly nowhere (actually from the sky) to confront Linnett. The story line is action-packed as the avenging courageous duo battle the minion of their enemy while also falling in love, an emotion neither feels they can afford at this time if they are going to defeat Nola. Supernatural romance fans will embrace the tense darkness that Margaret Carter deftly portrays because the author enables her readers to easily accept that the undead and other paranormal species live....................... Harriet Klausner

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