Knight Stalker [NOOK Book]

Overview

A centuries old vampire, or is he? Bliss St. Clair comes upon the man of her dreams as his lethally sharp teeth are biting into another woman's neck. He's a vampire. But he can walk in the daylight, a cross doesn't harm him, he's not dark and brooding, merciless or tortured. He's a charming bad boy with a rakish sense of humor and a wicked smile that heats every nerve ending in her body.

And he wants her. Not for the blood that runs in her ...
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Knight Stalker

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Overview

A centuries old vampire, or is he? Bliss St. Clair comes upon the man of her dreams as his lethally sharp teeth are biting into another woman's neck. He's a vampire. But he can walk in the daylight, a cross doesn't harm him, he's not dark and brooding, merciless or tortured. He's a charming bad boy with a rakish sense of humor and a wicked smile that heats every nerve ending in her body.

And he wants her. Not for the blood that runs in her veins, not for the essence of her soul which makes her a perfect candidate to enter his world. He wants her because the passion she arouses in him sets his heart and his soul on fire.

Now, Cadan Gaelan must protect the woman his heart has chosen from the menace of his world. The Dark Knights would tear her from him and use her for their own evil plans . . . unless he can convince her to accept him and the secret of his vampirism.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419925795
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/12/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 84,384
  • File size: 148 KB

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  • Posted August 29, 2010

    WARNING!!! RIP OFF!!!

    OK. FIRST, I AM A HUGE LORA LEIGH FAN, BUT WHEN I PAY $7.12 FOR A 78 PAGE BOOK..IT KINDA TICKS ME OFF! SHAME ON YOU BARNES AND NOBLE!!! THIS IS EXACTLY WHY SOMETIMES I WISH THAT I HAD GONE WITH THE KINDLE...U GET A PAGE COUNT BEFORE U BUY! LORA LEIGH DIDN'T DISAPPOINT WITH THE STORY....BUT THE PRICE IS PLAIN AND SIMPLE HIGHWAY ROBBERY!

    26 out of 28 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 13, 2011

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    Very Hot Story, But High Price

    This was a very hot story as is all of Lora Leigh's books. I enjoyed it. Of course, when I bought it, I didn't know how short it was. I bought it because of the author, because I love vampire stories and because I read an excerpt from it. I enjoyed the story, but I agree that it was too short for the price charged. I don't know why there is such an outrageous price for this one story. Later I found out it is part of an Anthology entitled Manaconda. The Kindle price is $7.12 as well for the ebook. Per Amazon's website the print book contains 220 pages. New, the print book is $12.99. It can also be purchased used.

    10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 19, 2011

    Overprized!

    I enjoy reading Lora Leigh's book. As a matter of fact I think I have all of her books. But when I was searching for this? Gosh! $7... for 78 pages? Oh no! How can you buy something this expensive when I can buy Harlequin books books for $3...and have way more story written. Shame on B&N.

    10 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 15, 2011

    i agree...total rip off

    big fan of author....but over seven dollars for 78 pages?? i am really disappointed.

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 15, 2011

    what does it say about lora leigh to allow this?

    Way over priced for the amount of pages. i am a lora leigh fan but this makes me think twice about another purchase

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2011

    Thanks

    These reveiws saved me from making a bad purchase.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2012

    not recomended

    it was pretty good but not worth 6.99 i was thinking it would be like a 300 or so page book 200 the most but it wasnt even 100 and that sucks wish we were able to get my money back.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2012

    Waste of money

    It was an okay read but not worth $6.99. Wish I could get my money back.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 6, 2011

    Strange

    I love Lora Leigh. She has this insight to male sexuality and express it with such bare, straight forward, raw emotion that you can't help but be stunned & excited. Her books aren't just erotic they are primal sexual energy and high octane drama. This story left me flat though. It was just a little too strange for me but I'm still a fan.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2013

    Part five! #onthetoilet (JKJK)

    Rootkit's mind was at war with itself.
    On one side of the battle, her concience debated, 'You could be saving the lives of all the Clan if you go out there and find the source of that rustle!' The opposing thoughts fired logic,like this: 'It's probably nothing! Do you want to endanger your apprenticeship, and possibly your life? If it is anything, let the warriors see what it is.'
    Usually, Rootkit was a pretty logical cat. She bacically lived because of on it. But, she was a kit. And kits are, well, kits. Rootkit was no exception.
    Silently, Rootkit rose out of her nest. She took a quick sniff of the den to confirm everyone was sound asleep, and set off.
    Stars speckled the black quilt of night. Great, Rootkit thought, all of StarClan is watching me. Just my luck.
    A scent caught Rootkit's nose. RiverClan. Why would a RiverClan cat have to sneak around in its own territory? Rootkit wondered. She continued on.
    In later times, Rootkit remembered this exact moment as the minute her life changed. For in that heartbeat, a more specific scent caught her nose.
    Dustwind.
    There was no turning back now. Rootkit tore through the camp, the wind ripping at her face. She lept the stream with the agility of a deer and raced as silently as she could to catch up with her enemy's father.
    At long last, a flash of a gray tail poked through the foliage. She had caught up with the huge tom, who hadn't noticed her, surprizingly. Then she realized if Dustwind had to sneak away from his own camp, he must have other things on his mind.
    As if in answer, 3 cats emerged from the undergrowth: a ginger tabby tom, a pure white shecat and a puny silver tom. All looked quite evil.
    "Dustwind," the shecat said curtly. Dipping his head, he replied, "Iceclaw."
    "WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DOING?!" An angry, bodiless voice called out. Rootkit lept back in surprize. Who had yelled?
    "DUSTWIND! I AM SICK AND TIRED OF YOUR IDLING! EVERYONE ELSE HERE IS AT LEAST DEPUTY! AND THEN THERE'S YOU!" The voice scolded. Dustwind glared into space. "I'm working on it! I got a plan, Hawkfrost!"
    Rootkit's blood ran cold. She recognized the name. Hawkfrost was in the stories the elders told-he tried to take over RiverClan with an iron paw, but he was luckily killed by his brother Brambleclaw. The fact that Dustwind was on name basis with him was not good.
    "I DON'T CARE FOR YOUR PLAN! GET WORKING! THIS NEEDS TO HAPPEN FAST, AND YOU'RE HOLDING US BACK!" Hawkfrost spat. Dustwind flattened his ears. "Look, I know what you're thinking. You think you can easily replace me. Don't think that. I know for sure no one is willing to devote their lives to helping the Dark Forest rise in RiverClan but me."
    Rootkit felt her stomach drop to the center of the earth and her eyes widen. Suddenly, she felt sick. Her head spun with the knowlage.
    The Dark Forest was coming back.
    And it was better than ever.
    The worst part was that shy, insecure Rootkit was the only one who knew.

    Part six at the big day result six. Are you up to the challenge?
    Yours mewly,
    Rootfower

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2013

    Emergency den

    If in urgent cases. Empire Clan territory.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2012

    Why are the only books i dont have are the ones that are short s

    Why are the only books i dont have are the ones that are short so sad

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2012

    Knight stalker

    Good as is everything lora leigh writes that being said for the first time i am deeply disapointed wayyyy to short and wayyyyy to muchmoney for a story this size if it was the first i had read from her i wld never buy another u r my favorite author so i did not expect this from you hate to be repetitive but rea.y pissed right now

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    Price too high

    Good story, cost too much, not a series. Save your $. Buy the anthology, if you can find it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2012

    Highly Recommend

    I love Lora Leigh's books. She has such a vivid imagination.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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