Touched by Darkness

Touched by Darkness

by Nicole Leclercq


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Touched by Darkness by Nicole Leclercq


Erin Holland is trying to find her place in the world while keeping her powers and her ghostly companions in check. Being different has taught her to keep her distance from people. For years she has lived without the touch of another until she falls under the intoxicating spell of Hope Acres' lethally seductive master vampire, Dane Lynch, who plunges her into his world of dark desire. But is she really as safe as she thinks in his embrace, or is her passion blinding her?

While under his thrall, she becomes distracted, causing a werewolf to set its teeth in her. When the werewolf genes create a mix of animalistic fire inside her, she fears the arrival of the next full moon.

To make things worse, she is being pursued by a malevolent force. The darkly charismatic Anthony Stratton is tightening his net around Erin while using Dane's shattering betrayal against him to keep him away from her, leaving her unprotected.

But who is Erin's biggest threat? Is it the emerging wolf under her skin, clawing to get out, Anthony Stratton, or the sexy vampire whose touch has made her a slave to his dark pleasure?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781908822475
Publisher: Ragz Books
Publication date: 06/20/2015
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

As a child, Nicole always wanted to be an actress. However, her only shot at becoming the next Meryl Streep was during her one-second appearance in Paul Verhoeven's film 'Black Book' where her shirt got ripped off her body. After that, she decided to focus on her writing career instead.

When she's not writing, she spends her time as crazy cat lady, playing with her cats Buffy and Garfield. In addition, Nicole's hobbies include trying to chase tornadoes (although she still hasn't seen any), fantasizing about villains (isn't Lex Luthor far more interesting than Clark Kent?), and most of all reading stories somebody else wrote.

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