The Vampire's Kiss

The Vampire's Kiss

by Cynthia Eden

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Overview

The Vampire's Kiss by Cynthia Eden

An ancient evil.

An unholy alliance.

An eternal love.



William Dark is a monster—a vampire who feeds on blood and fear.

He is exactly what Savannah Daniels needs.



A year ago, Savannah's twin brother and his wife were brutally murdered. Savannah swore a vow of vengeance against the man, the beast, that killed them. A beast that is now after her. And the only way to stop him is to give up her human life. Can she convince William Dark, the most dangerous vampire on the East Coast, to transform her?



Savannah and William enter into an unholy alliance: he will change her and see that she receives her justice. In return, she must be his companion, his mate, for eternity.



But Savannah soon realizes that there is more at stake than just her life. Because once she tastes William’s kiss, she knows that she may be in jeopardy of losing her heart as well.



Seduction has a dark power all its own. Should she trust a man who claims to have no soul?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780975965399
Publisher: BelleBooks
Publication date: 03/14/2005
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.53(d)

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You want this, don't you, little one? His voice purred seductively, although his lips did not move. You came here for this, didn't you? He began to gently suckle on her neck.

"Yes," she whispered, as her arms lifted to clutch his shoulders and pull him closer to her body. Her eyes were tightly closed.

William drew back slowly, wondering about the woman's motives, about her willingness to surrender to a monster.

Then he remembered what she'd said. "You wanted me to kill someone for you." It was a statement. What he had taken as a jest before suddenly seemed very serious. Who was this woman? And why did she seek the Angel of Death?

"Yes," she whispered again, refusing to open her eyes.

Look at me. The command came unbidden. The full force of his will was behind the order. He would know what the woman in his arms wanted, what dangers she presented to him. Then he would deal with her.

"Who do you want me to kill?"

Her lashes lifted slowly, languorously. Her breathing was ragged. Her chest rose and fell jerkily. "Me. I want you to kill me." Then her hands lifted and she buried them in his hair. She tightened her hold, silently urging his mouth back to her neck. Back to the place where her pulse pounded so frantically.

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The Vampire's Kiss 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
With nothing to lose, Savannah Daniels goes in search of William the Dark. This enigmatic man who has lived for roughly a thousand years is her one hope of revenge and of life. He alone can give her the kiss that will give her eternal life and the strength to avenge her murdered brother. William is sure she does not know what she asks, but Savannah will not be dissuaded, and her quest becomes the catalyst to reignite a dormant war between two brothers who have hated each other for an eon. *** With a fast pace and compelling plot, readers will find themselves drawn into the story and hurrying to the end. Though a bit more detailed insight into this particular version of a vampiric universe might have added interest to the story, nonetheless, there is enough to hold a reader's interest and make them care about what happens to the characters. ***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome though and though
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the whole William and Savannah story line so great love it thank you
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good short story. Something to enjoy on a lazy afternoon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
William is a dark and sexy hero. The story is engaging, with a fast pace--great vamp read!