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DIVINE NIGHT
by Melanie Jackson

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Not to be read quickly, Jackson's latest is closely connected to the two previous Divine stories. The action moves quickly, but there are slower intervals that include stories within the story. Still, this is an excellent addition to this series.

Author Alexander Dumas bases his stories upon his own life -- a life that started in 1802, and is renewed every 50 years. His latest story is also his hardest to write, about the death of the woman he loved at the hands of his enemy, St. Germain. Now, in partnership with Harmony, a psychic and activist, Alex is determined to put a permanent end to St. Germain, even though stopping him may be harder than he ever imagined. (Love Spell, Dec., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Love Spell

Published: December 2007

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