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by Donna Lea Simpson

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: 1800s Germany

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Simpson continues the Wolfram saga as a young woman becomes entwined in dark secrets while threads of werewolves myth, greed, passion, lies and deceptions swirl around pulling you into a tightly crafted paranormal romance with gothic overtones. Victoria Holt would be proud.

For two years Melisande Davidovich has felt safe at Wolfram Castle, when suddenly the howling
of the wolves portends danger. Two men arrive, the charismatic Count Kazimir Dimitre Vasilov and Count Gavril Sevastjan claiming her father, once an infamous thief, stole a legendary chalice that holds the key to
a mystery cure.

Though Melisande is concerned
for her father she is completely drawn to Kazimir and begins doubting her father's innocence and questioning the validity of the stories surrounding the Wolfram family werewolves legends. Slowly she is dragged down a dangerous path that will lead to great love or a horrible death as good and evil collide. (Berkley Nov., 390 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Berkley

Published: November 2006

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