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Old Sins, Long Shadow

Old Sins, Long Shadow

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by P. G. Forte
Living forever is hard, but loving forever? That's damn near impossible.

Children of Night, Book 2

1856, New York City. Moments after Conrad Quintano drives his life-mate away, heartache and guilt descend around his heart like a pall. Convinced that Damian's hatred is as permanent as the scars Conrad has inflicted on him, Conrad steels himself for an eternity of

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Old Sins, Long Shadow 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MJ_Keith More than 1 year ago
Those along with many others came to mind when I'd finished this book. This story hit the mark for me on so many levels. Why surprising? Because I've never read a m/m story but the blurb pulled me in with the promise of strong emotion and a bit of mystery. Conrad and Damian are the epitome of wounded and tortured heroes. Each so very full of strength, compassion, and love, yet they are flawed and full of remorse. This holds true for a few of the other key players in the story as well. But my favorites in the book were Conrad and Damian (as well they should be as the heroes). As a reader, I was literally pulled into their emotional turmoil. Sucked along for the ride. When the blurb promises emotionally damaged vampire heroes, trust me when I tell you the author delivered. Now, seeing as I picked this book up without having read the first one, I was not at all lost in reading this book. It was very easy to follow along. Ms. Forte does an excellent job of giving you just enough to enjoy the read, but leaving enough out to make me want to go back and read the first book. And I most definitely will.