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When Twilight Burns (Gardella Vampire Chronicles Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2008

    Another great book in this series.

    This is the 4th book in the series and I wasn't disappointed at all. Victoria has recovered from being bitten by a seductive vampire and worst of her she bit him back and was almost turned. She is back home in London and there are vampire attacks taking place in the daytime, Victoria is attempting to solve this mystery along with Sebastian. Max is back and it seems her heart is still divided between the two men. Lilith the Vampire Queen is back in this book and Victoria comes face to face with her again and Lilith is still after Max, the Vampire Slayer, who she held in her thrall for many years. I found at the end of the book, that I am looking forward to the next book in the series

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  • Posted August 10, 2010

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    Just excellent.

    The fourth of five books is a must read. Such a great serie, I had doubt at first but from the first book it was great! You will not be disappointed.

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  • Posted January 4, 2009

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    I've just read the last available Gardella series and like the others I loved it.

    I loved it. From the first book to the last they were GREAT. I can't wait til March is here and I can read the last installment. However I'll hate to see them go.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2008

    continues the level of excellence set by its predecessors

    Following a vicious attack by the dangerous vampire Beauregard, Venator leader widow Victoria Gardella Grantworth de Lacy comes home to recuperate. However, before she can determine whether the odious Beuregard tainted her, she learns of the impossible a vampire attacked a woman in daylight.-------- Apparently someone has discovered a remedy that enables vampires to walk in sunlight. This frightens Victoria as these are deadly foes at night to fight them when they go undetected in the sun is an abomination with odious consequences especially with the Prince Regent¿s coronation coming shortly. Victoria accompanied by friends and occasionally lovers Sebastian and Max investigate to their chagrin all clues confirm Victoria as the prime suspect although others exist such as her deceased husband's heir, a royal, an opera singer and her lover.------------- The latest Gardella Vampire Chronicle continues the level of excellence set by its predecessors (see THE REST FALLS AWAY, THE BLEEDING DUSK and RISES THE NIGHT). The story line remains fresh partly because of its Regency setting, but mostly due to the heroine who not that long ago dreamed of her debut season delayed for the last two years due to the deaths of her grandfather and father as she went from galas to tyro vampire slayer to veteran Venator leader. WHEN TWILIGHT BURNS is fast-paced from the opening vampire assault until the powerful finish, but as always in this excellent vampire wars saga Victoria turns the thriller into a victory for sub-genre fans.------------ Harriet Klausner

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