Midnight Gamble

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Against the uninhibited decadence of 1920's New York where bootleg liquor flowed until dawn to the sound of hot jazz and rolling dice, day-walking vampire, Frederica Lavoy is sent to bring her immortal love, the exotic and mysterious Eduard D'Arcy to meet her father's justice for crimes against humankind. But it it justice that waits, or vengeance, as an age-old enemy begins to manipulate both hunted and huntress? In this game of cat and mouse, the stakes are not just life and ...
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Overview

Against the uninhibited decadence of 1920's New York where bootleg liquor flowed until dawn to the sound of hot jazz and rolling dice, day-walking vampire, Frederica Lavoy is sent to bring her immortal love, the exotic and mysterious Eduard D'Arcy to meet her father's justice for crimes against humankind. But it it justice that waits, or vengeance, as an age-old enemy begins to manipulate both hunted and huntress? In this game of cat and mouse, the stakes are not just life and death, but the immortal soul.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781893896147
  • Publisher: BelleBooks
  • Publication date: 5/1/2000
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2000

    Exciting 2nd book in this best-selling vampire romance series!

    Against the glittering decadence of 1920's New York where bootleg liquor flowed until dawn to the sound of hot jazz and rolling dice, daywalking vampire Frederica Lavoy is sent to bring her immortal love, the mysteious and exotic Eduard D'Arcy to meet her father's justice for crimes against humankind. But is it justice that waits, or vengeance, as an age-old enemy begins to manipulate both hunted and huntress. '4 1/2 Stars! A Top Romance Pick! Mesmerizing! Readers will want to sink their teeth into this hypnotic and compelling tale. A sizzling vampire mystery with bite. Hard to put down and seductive . . . kept this reader completely enthralled. All I can say is -- more!' Kathe Robin, Romantic Times 'Illuminatingly rich and enriching. Nancy Gideon is one of the best supernatural writers on the market today!' --BookBrowser/Midwest Book Review/Book Wire 'Look out, Buffy! A great book with both drama and the development of an earth shattering and beautiful romance!' --New-Age Bookshelf Nancy Gideon is a best-selling author who also writes for Silhouette Books. As Dana Ransom, she's a 'Career Achievement in Historical Adventure' winner and as Rosalyn West, she's won a HOLT medallion. 'Magnificent imagery! Gidone's stories transcend the genre with action, adventure, mystery, horror and romance. Fun, fast-paced reads comparable in style to Dean Koontz.' --Midnight Scribe Review

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