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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    great romantic supernatural suspense

    Vampire Antonia Stonewright, who was turned in the fifth century, and ghoul Elizabeth Connor plan to open up a top quality crafts store and art gallery in a small Surrey town in England. On business, Antonia visits the hermit-like Potter Michael Langton at his home, but quickly realizes he is not mortal. They fall into each other¿s arms confiding their true natures and accepting the other for what they are. --- Vampire Stella Corvus and her mortal son Sam are coming to visit Antonia and Elizabeth when their vehicle is carjacked with the lad inside. Using her vampiric powers, Stella shoves the man out of her car and drives away. When they reach their hotel, Stella finds a bag of probably stolen jewels in their auto. Stella stealthily gives it to the police with no link back to her or Sam. Still someone tries to break into Stella¿s car, but Elizabeth chases him off. As Stella helps her friends with preparing for their grand opening, a corpse is found at the construction site. While Stella¿s spouse and Elizabeth¿s fiancé believe their venture is jinxed and wants them home before someone they love is hurt, the three females continue to work even though danger lurks nearby. --- KEEP ME FOREVER is another great romantic supernatural suspense in the ¿Forever¿ series. There is plenty of action with enough romance to satisfy readers of both genres. Characters from previous novels play pivotal roles, which leads to a strong sense of continuity as the key cast remain true to their inner essences. Rosemary Laurey affirms that she is one of the best at writing modern day vampiric romantic thrillers. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2006

    Delightful Vampire Tale

    Rosemary Laurey has written another scrumptious vampire tale in Keep Me Forever. ________ Vampire Antonia Stonewright has traveled to England with her business partner and ghoul Elizabeth Connor to set up a craft and artist gallery. She travels to find reclusive potter Michael Langton. After some sassy banter they agree to terms for his work but Michael the man intrigues Antonia. Imagine her shock and delight that Michael is more then just a mere mortal. ______________ Michael Langton has been the towns best kept secret. He keeps to himself and perfects his craft, few know that he roams the countryside at night as the local legend a golden puma. Antonia is different then any women he has ever met, she meets him as an equal on all sides. ________________ Michael and Antonia start a passionate affair but soon troubles outside their newfound relationship start to rear their ugly heads. Antonia friend Stella and Sam come to visit and are immediate car jacked and the thief leaves jewels behind. Next a body turns up at the new craft center. This draws more friends and fellow vamps to the scene. ________________ Keep Me Forever is a wonderful sexy and sassy book. Michael and Antonia dive straight into their attraction and they scorch up the pages. Michael is a perfect match for the strong willed vampire, ghouls and vampires baffle this shapeshifter and his reaction is priceless. It was a treat to revisit with past characters from previous books. Looking forward to more delightful vampires.

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