Overview

When one soul dies, another is born.
What happens if the souls collide?


The worst part was yet to come. After the wake, after the funeral, when all the people were gone and it was silent. The silence ...
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Time to Dance

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Overview

When one soul dies, another is born.
What happens if the souls collide?


The worst part was yet to come. After the wake, after the funeral, when all the people were gone and it was silent. The silence afterwards, when everyone else went on with life; that was the worst part.

The echoing, endless silence...


Barcelona (Barr) McKenzie is a grieving young café owner whose husband, brilliant San Diego science professor Bain Morgan, has mysteriously died at sea. When she goes to visit the cemetery, where his casket lies beside her beloved grandmother’s grave, she has no idea that she is about to be plunged into a whirlwind of dark intrigue.

For Sevon Roman, the handsome half-mortal seventh son of the seventh son of the powerful Roman vampire family, is at the beginning of his unwilling transition into the most powerful, divine vampire in 700 years. His six brothers back in Romania are searching for him now, trying to bring him back home to transition safely. Meanwhile, conflicted Sevon just wants to end it all—but he can’t. Why, then, does he allow himself to fall in love with a mortal woman, Barr McKenzie? And why, by the end of the book, is she in such grave danger from him?

Complete with evil CDC doctors in league with the rival Panini vampire clan, out to infect humanity with a deadly virus and destroy the Roman brothers’ dynasty, Melinda Killen’s Time to Dance is a one-of-a-kind vampire epic. Readers have called the book “captivating,” “twisting,” “compelling,” “a page-turner,” and “a well-written, extremely imaginative story.”

Fans of intense paranormal romance are in for a treat with this book, which sets up many of the questions that are answered in the newly published sequel, Tangled in Blood.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149699070
  • Publisher: Melinda Killen
  • Publication date: 6/27/2014
  • Series: Time to Dance , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 301
  • File size: 225 KB

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