Out Of The Darkness

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Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, has escaped the hangman's noose and fled Paris for Italy with his bride, Meg. But the Phantom cannot so easily escape the demons that haunt him. Self-doubt and despair lead to a quarrel with Meg, who injures herself running from him. Despite his tender ministrations, when she comes to, Meg screams upon seeing the Phantom unmasked. Erik flees. The Phantom's journey takes him back to the sordid carnival-and the trauma-of his youth, to the luxurious home of the cruel and decadent ...

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Overview

Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, has escaped the hangman's noose and fled Paris for Italy with his bride, Meg. But the Phantom cannot so easily escape the demons that haunt him. Self-doubt and despair lead to a quarrel with Meg, who injures herself running from him. Despite his tender ministrations, when she comes to, Meg screams upon seeing the Phantom unmasked. Erik flees. The Phantom's journey takes him back to the sordid carnival-and the trauma-of his youth, to the luxurious home of the cruel and decadent nobleman Don Ponzio and his desperate and beautiful wife Lucianna, and to a battle between the man and the monster within. While Erik finds himself trapped in a complex weave of seduction and violence, Meg, recovered from her injury, is beset by suitors, one of whom is the handsome yet ominous Giovanni. But Meg longs for one man only. Will she draw Erik back to her? Can she inspire the Phantom to love himself and her enough to create a life together? Will Giovanni prove an obstacle to their happiness? Out of the Darkness continues the story of Sadie Montgomery's dark hero, his beloved Meg, and their stalwart friends Raoul and Christine.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595454549
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/2/2007
  • Series: The Phoenix of the Opera , #2
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 1,005,421
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Sadie Montgomery, who lives with her son and husband in Minnesota, teaches literature when not writing stories and romances. Out of the Darkness, second in a four-book series, continues the story, begun in The Phoenix of the Opera, of the Phantom and the woman who dared to love him.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2007

    Sadie does it again!

    The sequel to Pheonix of the Opera is just as magical and passionate as the first book if not more so! I can't say enough good things about Sadie's sweeping saga of the masked genius and his lovely Meg. My only wish is it wouldn't end with book four!!

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