Cameo and the Vampire [NOOK Book]

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A vampire's bite tormenting Cameo, she pushes forth on a journey that will find her descending into darkness and at Kyrian's request she is forced into the confrontation she has been avoiding for over fifty years with the undead that made her...

Book 3 in the Trilogy of Shadows
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Cameo and the Vampire

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Overview

A vampire's bite tormenting Cameo, she pushes forth on a journey that will find her descending into darkness and at Kyrian's request she is forced into the confrontation she has been avoiding for over fifty years with the undead that made her...

Book 3 in the Trilogy of Shadows
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013222878
  • Publisher: Claypipe Press
  • Publication date: 10/26/2011
  • Series: Trilogy of Shadows , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,240,383
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Dawn McCullough-White writes dark, urban fantasy and is the author of the Trilogy of Shadows series. Book One "Cameo the Assassin", and Book Two "Cameo and the Highwayman" are currently available in paperback and on Nook. Book 3 "Cameo and the Vampire" is available on Nook.

Dawn lives in Rochester, NY with her husband and son.
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  • Posted December 20, 2011

    It's a Wrap! Great Ending

    Cameo and the Vampire is book three in the Trilogy of Shadows series by Dawn McCullough-White. Picking up where book two left off, Cameo heads back to Opal to try and make sense of what happened at the end of book two and even has a few new scars - thanks to Edel's vampire bite - to get used to. After Opal is badly wounded, Cameo decides to enlist the help of Kyrian - a magical healer she hopes can mend Opal's badly broken hands. During their travels, Cameo realizes that something has changed from the new vampire bite she received and that she is changing although she doesn't want to admit it to herself or her traveling companions. Along with her inner turmoils, Cameo is also left to question where her heart truly rests - and with whom. If you are looking for a quick and unique read, I highly recommend giving the Trilogy of Shadows a try. Not only will you be swept away in the unique world that Dawn McCullough-White has created, but you will be left thinking about the characters long after you have finished reading the story.

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