Wild Nights

Wild Nights

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by Kate Douglas, Sharon Page, Kathleen Dante
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780758214898
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
09/28/2006
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.48(w) x 8.24(h) x 0.86(d)

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¿Camille¿s Dawn¿ by Kate Douglas. Camille seeks escape from the earthly plane while werewolves Tia and Luc reunite on Halloween Eve for a night of carnal sex. However, Camille believes the male shapeshifter may be her avenue to freedom while her beloved Ullrich willingly would do anything for her, his cherished soulmate. --- ¿Midnight Man¿ by Sharon Page. Varkyrian vampiric hunk Michael Rourke like most of his kind can have any female he wants as no mere mortal or bloodsucker can resist their lure. However, he has met his soulmate, Erin Kennedy, who he plans to share an eternity of pleasure with though he fears how she will react when he takes a nip from her neck. --- ¿Night Pleasures¿ by Kathleen Dante. On Samheim Night, master mage Alana MacArdry is on the run from Bryce, an evil earth magician necromancer, who plans to use and discard her, but not before he steals her powerful brooch. She hides in the Pleasure Quarter from his simulacra hoping that fire can contain earth. There she meets fire magician Colin Sheridan. This time she run towards love and passion even as Colin and Alana team up to battle her dangerous enemy. --- These are three ultra heated paranormal romances starring interesting lead characters though the jump on one another¿s bones at first sight will disturb some readers. --- Harriet Klausner