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ELIJAH
by Jacquelyn Frank

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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With the third book in her remarkable Nightwalker series, rising star Frank continues to provide rich evidence that she is a genre giant in the making. Not only does Frank provide multilayered characterization, she also excels at dishing out passion and adventure. You can't go wrong with heroes and heroines like this!

After centuries of fighting,
a new lycanthrope queen accepts
an uneasy truce between the demons
and lycanthropes. That peace is
soon put to the test by an unexpected
twist of destiny. Demon warrior
Elijah is ambushed, leaving him
close to death. Elijah is rescued
by Queen Siena, who hides him
while he heals. To the dismay
of both parties, they unexpectedly imprint on each other, making Elijah the queen's one true mate. Imprinting
is a powerful force and not to be denied, but Siena vows to do so.
Will their mating struggle blind
Elijah and Siena to a new danger? (ZEBRA, Jan., 360 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Zebra

Published: January 2008

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