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Angel at Dawn

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Five hundred years ago, Grace Gladwell had captured Christian Durand's heart and then abandoned him in his darkest hour. Seeing Grace again after all these years has sent Christian reeling-even though she seems to remember nothing of the medieval soldier, he wants her more than ever. But is Grace merely a pawn of the vampire queen who has set her immortal sights on Christian?

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Overview

Five hundred years ago, Grace Gladwell had captured Christian Durand's heart and then abandoned him in his darkest hour. Seeing Grace again after all these years has sent Christian reeling-even though she seems to remember nothing of the medieval soldier, he wants her more than ever. But is Grace merely a pawn of the vampire queen who has set her immortal sights on Christian?

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A 496-year-old vampire goes to 1950s Hollywood in this spicy paranormal tale. Handsome bloodsucker Christian Durand (familiar from November 2010's Devil at Midnight) is reunited with his long-lost lover, Grace Michaels, by his maker, the evil vampire queen Nim "Naomi" Wei. Naomi is now an ambitious director of B-movies and determined to make her vampire subordinate a star. Grace remembers nothing of her magical erotic encounters with Christian centuries before, and as other figures from his past are mysteriously drawn to the film studio, Christian struggles with his memories as well as his difficulties as a novice actor. The marathon sexual encounters between Grace and Christian are sizzlingly hot, but the story suffers from its dependence on the previous book, and the connections with the events and characters of Christian's past are never fully integrated or resolved. (Jan.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425239650
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/4/2011
  • Series: Novel of the Upyr Series , #5
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Emma Holly lives in Minnesota where the winters are long and people will use any excuse to warm up. According to Emma, humanity’s best inventions are hot showers, the printing press, coffee, chocolate, and bicycle shorts for men. She can be reached at emmah@wavetech.net or P.O. Box 2591, Minneapolis, MN 55402-0591.

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    This direct sequel to The Devil at Midnight is an engaging Upyr romantic suspense fantasy

    In 1956, B movie Hollywood director-producer Naomi "Nim" Wei is in Two Forks, Texas with her assistant Grace Michaels producing I Was a Teen-Age Vampire. Nim and Grace visit nearby rancher Christian Durand to ask him to take the lead role. Both being Master vampires, though she is more experienced, Christian yells at Nim no way that is until he sees the visage of Grace. Five centuries ago his Grace died, but now he stares at his Grace, who works for the "Witch of Florence". He agrees to the film only if Grace coaches him though she betrayed him.

    Grace is confused by her reaction to Christian as she wants him in a way she never felt before. He knows Nim works fate like a master concerto, but wonders what is going on even as he wants Grace to remember her treachery though he still loves her. However, someone wants Grace dead and Christian assumes this is Nim with another of her convoluted diabolical plots.

    This direct sequel to The Devil at Midnight is an engaging Upyr romantic suspense fantasy that vividly brings to life 1950s American when B-horror moves and Joe McCarthy found Communists in very pot and around every corner. The story line is fast-paced from the first time Christian saw her face in centuries until the final altercation with the killer. Although series fans need to read The Devil At Midnight to better understand references in Angel At Dawn, Emma Holly provides a charming spoof of her saga and the Eisenhower Era.

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