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Shameful
     

Shameful

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by Amanda Young
 

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On a frigid winter night, vengeance is what he seeks. A love strong enough to melt the ice surrounding his battered heart is what he finds.

Second book in MIA series.

After six years of forced exile and servitude, Shamus Long is finally going home. A grisly discovery upon his arrival plummets Shame into a world of darkness and vengeance that

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On a frigid winter night, vengeance is what he seeks. A love strong enough to melt the ice surrounding his battered heart is what he finds.

Second book in MIA series.

After six years of forced exile and servitude, Shamus Long is finally going home. A grisly discovery upon his arrival plummets Shame into a world of darkness and vengeance that threatens to consume him.

With single-minded purpose, Shame tracks down the Master Vampire responsible for ordering the hit on his family. Upon his arrival, a vicious snow squall postpones his attack on the murderous cartel, forcing him to seek refuge in a small motel on the edge of town to wait out the storm.

There he meets Gail, a shy loner working the night shift. Instant chemistry and a power outage throw them into one another’s arms for a night of scorching passion. When Ty, a man accompanying him, with his own retribution to deliver unto the supernaturals, disappears, Shame grows paranoid and seeks anonymity by following Gail home.

Hot nights of blistering lovemaking, while he continues the search for both the cartel and the man he has grown to consider a friend, put Shame on edge and leave him feeling emotions he refuses to accept.

All of Shame’s secrets come to light when he’s forced to involve Gail. What he doesn’t know is Gail has secrets of her own. Secrets strong enough to rock the very foundation of his beliefs and threaten not only his bruised heart, but his very life.

Warning:

Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex, graphic language, and violence.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781599985176
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
06/26/2007
Series:
MIA , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
231
File size:
814 KB

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Meet the Author

Amanda Young spends her days basking in the sun by the seashore and her nights surrounded by dozens of serenading male strippers whose only desire is to make her happy.

Yeah, right.

In real life, my husband chases away all the hot men, right before asking me what’s for dinner and reminding me to do the dishes for the umpteenth time.

Always an avid reader of romance, I was thrilled when I discovered erotic romance and e-books. For a long while, I toyed with the idea of writing my own but couldn’t ever seem to find the time to do it.

When I found myself unemployed in 2006, I decided that it was high time I gave it a shot. I sat down at my trusty computer and, according to my very patient husband, haven’t moved since.

I love to hear from readers. You can visit my website www.AmandaYoung.org or email me at Amandasromance@aol.com. 

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Shameful 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
j2smith79935 More than 1 year ago
Good paranormal romance involving a vampire hunter, a werewoman, and a vengeful vampire!
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Too many unanswered questions...this book had all the elements of a great paranormal romance. However, more interaction between Shame and Gail outside of sex to make them falling in love would have made the story more believable. Also, they don't talk about her part in the killing of Tremaine, why she is scared Shame will hurt her, that she is half Lycan, or her pregnancy. Also, supposedly humans aren't aware of the paranormal world but somehow her boss is going to be ok with her being full term at only three months??? None of these things were explained enough and yet other inconsequential details were overly detailed...like four pages to describe a trip across a enemies lawn. While I did enjoy this book....it would have easily been 5 stars if these things had been different.
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