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Highland Beast

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  • Posted September 25, 2011

    This Book Sucks.

    I usually love Victoria Dahl...Which is why i bought this book. However i would not reccomend it. I couldnt even get through the first chapter of any of the books in it. Dont waste your money...

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  • Posted October 26, 2009

    Nice Book

    I have been different books by Hannah Howell and found that I like each one of them. They are not all the easy to located but when you do Ihave really enjoyed reading them and theis seriels of the vanpire's is very good.

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  • Posted July 30, 2009

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    These are three enjoyable vampire historical romances starring strong lead characters

    "The Beast Within" by Hannah Howell. In 1513, when Gybbon MacNachton of a clan of vampires rescues Alice Boyd, neither can believe the attraction.

    "The Vampire Hunter" by Heather Grotaus. In 1104 Beatrix is the last white witch in the Highlands, but is accused of the misfortune that has hurt nearby villagers, who soon attack her. Only Alder can keep her safe, but his clan of vampires killed her ancestors a century ago.

    "Laird of Midnight" by Victoria Dahl. In 1595 Finlay, the only survivor of clan Maclain, seeks to kill the vampires who destroyed his family and converted him five decades ago. He has no plans to live after he kills the last vampire until he meets tavern serving wench, Kenna whose life he saves from a deadly assault.

    These are three enjoyable vampire historical romances starring strong lead characters.

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