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Twilight Hunger (Wings in the Night Series #7)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2002

    An Erotic Vampire Tale Of Splendorous Lust

    Maggie Shayne is probably the only writer that can keep me entertained from beginning to end, but after reading her books "Eternity" and "Infinity", I must say that I was rather disappointed with my first venture into the vampire series, as opposed to the phenomenal witch series. And while I do admit that the prologue to "Twilight Hunger", which features a lavish vampiress dancing around a demon bonfire while seducing her soon-to-be companion with her dark, mysterious eyes, is a gripping opener at that, soon after "Twilight Hunger" becomes stale with lazy writing and a corny direction in the plotline. The sex scenes are definitely more erotic and the gore is more intense than in previous books by Maggie Shayne, but the characters here have no real depth, nor do they have any personality. I do love the parts when Morgan is reading from Dante's journal, however, which details how his beautiful yet malicious aunt Sarafina transforms him into a creature of everlasting hunger. But other than that and some sweltering lust scenes, I would much rather recommend the aforementioned witch books, including "Destiny" and her short story "Immortal".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2002

    Maggie Shayne?

    I was a bit disappointed with this book. I have read all the previous Wings in the Night series, as they came out. I was rivited by all of them, especially Born in Twilight,if you read no other Maggie Shayne read that one, it was fantastic. Twilight Hunger I felt had to much going on. There were way to many fragments to make this an enjoyable book for me. Also it was very crude and corse, reminding me more of Rosemary Rogers, where I expect it, than Maggie Shayne.It is too bad She felt she had to cram everything into one story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2002

    okay, but not great

    The story is about a Morgan, a screenwriter who discovers very old journals of Dante, a man who believed himself to be a vampire; Morgan believes the man was out of his mind and judging from the age of the journals is probaly dead so she decides to use the journals for a screen play, which becomes a big hit. Through working on the journals she falls in love with Dante even though she believes he is not real. Dante stumbles across Morgan at his old house and is immediately attracted to her, and completely confused of how she knows so much about him so he starts following her to find out. I'll leave the rest to the reader. Though the story was good, the characters were way underdeveloped. The book was okay, but with so many great books out there I would not recommend this book.

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