Dark Saint

Dark Saint

by Colleen Gleason

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"Count on Colleen Gleason for a scorching page-turner!" --Jeaniene Frost

"Dark and decadent, sultry and seductive, Colleen Gleason's sexy Draculia series will hold you in its thrall!" --Lara Adrian

"In a world where every third title seems to be a vampire story, it's a pleasure to come across a series that's as unique as Colleen Gleason's. Fresh, unique, sassy, and fun, Gleason's Draculia trilogy is one of a kind...A must-have addition to the bookshelves of vamp enthusiasts everywhere." --Maggie Shayne

The Vampire Saint...
For decades, Dimitri has denied himself the most basic of pleasures in his attempt to free himself from Lucifer's grip. He disdains women, entertainment, and all but the most basic of sustenance in an effort to break his covenant with the devil.

But when he becomes the guardian for two young women--including the beautiful, maddening, and stubborn Maia Woodmore--his life is disrupted and he's forced to face the emptiness from centuries of solitude.

Maia is no fool, and she alone is strong-willed enough to tame the beast Dimitri has become...and to show him love is the most important risk of all.

But when the most potent of danger strikes, can Dimitri put aside his own stubbornness to find love...even at the risk of his own soul?

The Vampire Voss
The Vampire Dimitri
The Vampire Narcise

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149633456
Publisher: Avid Press, LLC
Publication date: 07/28/2014
Series: The Draculia Vampire Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Colleen Gleason is an award-winning, NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author. She has written more than twenty novels, and has been published by Penguin, Chronicle Books, Harlequin, and HarperCollins (as Joss Ware).

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Dark Saint 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
ponykeg More than 1 year ago
Dimitri is my favorite in this series. A tortured soul trying to undo a mistake made amost 150 years prior. He's tall, dark, and handsome and brooding....rich, too!! But trying to break a bond with Lucifer is time consuming, tortuous, and he really doesn't have time to be a guardian to the pesky Woodmore sisters. Fast paced, interesting and I couldn't put it down. The fact that the book refers back to the storyline in The Vampire Voss (aka Lucifer's Rogue and Dark Rogue) give it the ability to be a stand alone book. You don't have to read the others in this series to absolutely adore and fall in love with Dimitri.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
I love stories where the prim and proper, and slightly annoying Miss, gets under the skin of the cool, aloof lord with a deep, dark secret! Maia is the sister of vampire hunter Chas Woodmore. While he's off trying not to get killed by nasty vampires, he has entrusted his sisters to the Earl of Corvindale for safe-keeping. Even though Corvindale is a vampire, he's been trying to break his ties to Lucifer for over a hundred years. He has denied his cravings for so long, but he has an instant attraction to Miss Woodmore that may lead to his undoing...or his redemption. I also liked the idea that this story is happening at the same time as the other two books in the Vampire Draculia series. You get to see the action from different sets of characters in each story.
Mirandasway More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite authors, Colleen Gleason never disappoints. This is the second book in the Draculia trilogy. Interesting twist on the origin of the vampire and his quest for redemption. Thoroughly engaging, dark and sexy. I highly recommend all three books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is book 2 of the series and at least half if not more of it is all from book 1 :-( I love the Author and her stories but don't bother buying this one cause its all the first store with some added bits to the other characters. This should have been a $.99 and not a $5.99.