Presenting three beguiling vampire romance from three favorite authors. In Ranney's "A Dance in the Dark", a charming rake of a vampire transforms an unattractive Regency lady into a raving beauty. Faulkner's "Highland Blood" features a vampire laird in a Scottish castle and an American beauty determined to cure the curse that lies upon him. And in Finch's "Red Moon Rising", the lovers are a mysterious cave dweller and an angel of mercy with an equally dark secret.
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I had glanced through the book previously and was drawn by Ranney's 'A Dance in the Dark' contribution. The snatches of it I had read were haunting. It caused me to purchase the book and read all three stories. 'Highland Blood' was okay, not gripping but entertaining. 'Red Moon Rising' drew me in more with the story. But 'Dance' -- ah! It is a hauntingly beautiful story of two desperately lonely, misfit souls who find each other and fall in love. Ranney's story draws you into its magic, watching Louisa, an ugly young heiress, and Douglas, an exceptionally handsome vampire who hides in the shadows, work through their past and their pain to find one another. In the end, neither person changes their situation or facts -- Louisa remains as she is in looks and Douglas remains a vampire. But the two unite in love and create something that is magical. Read it!!