A woman with secret powers and wishes...
A man haunted by nightmares and his desires...
A slayer without remorse...
When American Alexandra Watson travels to London as Ross Havenwood’s ward, her empathic abilities tell her that shadows haunt Ross and the city that becomes her new home. A killer stalks the streets, and Alexandra dreams of death. She is compelled to shelter a young servant who harbors a deadly secret. Ross challenges a relentless menace to learn the truth while fighting a desire for Alexandra that burns his soul.
Someone is killing prostitutes in the East End, and as Alexandra and Ross draw closer to the identity of the murderer, they realize the executioner knows who they are.
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About the Author
Denise A. Agnew’s life is often described as suspenseful, erotic, edgy, thrilling, romantic, adventurous. Ahem. Oh, wait. That’s what they say about her award-winning novels. Romantic Times Book Review Magazine has called her work “top-notch” and awarded her novel PRIMORDIAL a TOP PICK. Denise has written paranormal, fantasy, time travel, romantic comedy, contemporary, historical, erotic romance, and romantic suspense novels. Living in Colorado, Hawaii, and the United Kingdom has given her a lifetime of ideas. Denise lives in Arizona with her real life hero, her husband. Visit Denise’s website at www.deniseagnew.com. Dark, Deadly Love is Denise’s thirty-sixth published title.
What People are Saying About This
o “ 4 Stars” Romantic Times Book Reviews o “A thrilling new slant to the story of Jack the Ripper. An exciting blend of romance and chilling terror.” Brenda Gill Timeless Tales o “…a gripping, emotional, passionate and well plotted novel. The characters have minds of their own, and are each determined to come alive for the reader. Their interactions with secondary characters only serve to make them more real. Also worthy of mention is the research into the times and back-plot of the novel. While reading, I did a spot of quick looking up of facts, and Denise Agnew was right on point with her facts, even as she used artistic license to give the tale a complete ending…” Michelle Houston, Sensual Romance