To Love a Vampire [NOOK Book]


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From Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award-winning Harlequin Nocturne author, Lori Devoti, To Love A Vampire is a vampire romance collection to satisfy all of your vampire and shifter cravings: three contemporary short stories, one fantasy novella and a novel that features both a contemporary story line and an historical one.


Alone in a cursed canyon, even a vampire can look safe.

After a car crash that may have taken her friends lives, Rachel Daniels finds herself lost in a cursed canyon. Her only hope to escape the place and save her friends is the man she finds wandering through the night; except Cameron Renault is no ordinary man. He’s a vampire and Rachel’s nightmare may have just begun.


Nancy Bonnelly killed her friends. She was driving the car when it wrecked, and she talked them into driving through the cursed canyon. Now two of them are dead, another is missing, and Nancy is injured and near death herself.

She is all alone until Dorian Renault finds her, takes her to a cave and nurses her back to health.

But what kind of man has the power to bring the almost dead back to life?

A vampire.

And Dorian isn’t any vampire. He’s a vampire fighting a monster of his own, one that lives inside him. He’d given up hope of winning the battle and was ready to die, until he meets Nancy.

Now Dorian has hope: hope that with Nancy by his side he doesn’t have to be a monster after all.

However, unknown to Dorian and Nancy, there are other monsters in the canyon. Monsters who know more about Nancy and her accident than Nancy herself.


Rachel Daniels made it out of the cursed canyon alive. But she was forced to leave behind the man... vampire... who saved her and the one friend she still has hope survived the car wreck that took two others.

Now, back in the real world, Rachel has a choice to make. Does she go back to life as she knew it, forgetting everything she thinks she learned in that canyon, or does she accept that the impossible is true – that vampires are real and she is in love with one?

Cameron Renault knows Rachel doesn’t belong in his world and to keep her safe he’s willing to walk away, but will the rogue werewolf pack that has taken over Crystal City let him?

One Soul to Share

Mermaid, Sarina Neri, is desperate to regain her sister's soul. And she knows who has it – the legendary sea hag, Melusine. But the hag wants something in exchange – a man who can survive life in her realm, deep under the sea.

After decades searching, Sarina has found such a man, vampire Nolan Moore.

Unfortunately, unknown to Sarina, Nolan wants the soul too, for himself.

Who will survive their high seas adventure? The mermaid, the vampire, or will love save them both?

Trust Me

Dhamphir Harry Bisson has been hunting the female vampire who turned his father for over a century. The vampire, who has been building her power by feeding off her own family, thinks her bloodline has run out, but Harry has found one last relative--Lindsey Dennis: beautiful, trusting and the perfect bait.

With no knowledge of vampires, Lindsey thinks Harry is her savior and the key to finding the family she has always dreamed of having.

Will Harry save her? Or will his thirst for revenge cause him to sacrifice the only woman he could ever love?
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"Devoti delivers a tantalizing read." - Eve Silver, National Bestselling Author
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015720921
  • Publisher: Fire & Fangs
  • Publication date: 12/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 370,777
  • File size: 760 KB

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  • Posted June 9, 2014

    Not what I usually read but very good!!  All three are really bo

    Not what I usually read but very good!!  All three are really books. I think One Soul to Share is my favorite, but I want more of the Lost, Found, and Claimed set, Trust Me was a good wrap up to a solid collection! 

    Lost/Found/Claimed appears to be NA, but as is so often true the book should appeal to any reader from YA up.  The others could fall into any reader category.

    Lost, Found,and Claimed are novellas that form one complete story.
    In Lost, we meet Rachel as she is searching for help to rescue three of her friends after a car wreck.  Her rescuer doesn't seem too please with his role as white knight; can a vampire be a white night. Cameron has more serious concerns that saving a group of sorority girls, especially when he figures they are already dead; there is no way a bunch of college women are going to get out of the canyon alive.
    In Found, we discover that the reason the girls are in the canyon is more devious than a frivolous bet to see if a bunch of women are too scared to spend the night in a "haunted" canyon. We also meet Damon, Cameron's brother, who is on the edge of becoming the monster that Cameron fears he has already become.  Nancy has to come to terms with the fact that the man she is drawn to is not what she expects and that he is not the only one with an unbelievable secret.
    In Claimed we encountered even more twists, and the four have to work together to save themselves from Cameron's father and the Vampire Senate.

    In One Soul to Share a vampire needs the help of a mermaid to get a soul for a sea hag who collects them.  The problem is she needs a soul too and will do anything to get it.

    Finally, Trust Me is a story of revenge that crosses purposes with attraction.  Harry, half human half vampire, seeks revenge for a vampire turning his father.  He finds a woman who is apparently the last descendant of the evil vamp, but he is drawn to her.  There is much more to the story than that quick outline suggests.

    Thanks Ms Devoti for the set, I loved it and I will be checking out more of your vampire novels!

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