THE IMMORTAL HUNTER
Sands picks up where The Rogue Hunter left off. Once again she creates a wonderful hero who is truly to die for and
an interesting, strong and intelligent heroine. There's plenty of action, some humor, a continuing mystery, just enough sex and more characters
whose stories are eagerly awaited.
Decker realizes that Dani is his life mate, but all she can think about is finding her sister. The rogues appear to be no-fangers -- vampires who never developed fangs and who were thought to have been destroyed centuries ago. The stakes get higher as the rogues' desire for Dani and her sister increases to a sinister level. (AVON, Apr., 368 pp., $7.99)