Prince of Twilight is guaranteed
to delight fans of the long-running
Wings in the Night series, but equally likely to fatally confuse the uninitiated. Shayne keeps things moving quickly,
yet always allows the reader to savor her love scenes.

Five hundred years ago, Vlad Dracul lost his beloved wife, Elisabeta, to suicide. Unable to face eternity alone, he had a portion of Beta's soul bound to her ring, and has sought the descendant who is her reincarnate since then. Using the ring and a ritual will bring Beta back to him, but if Vlad fails to do so before a certain planetary alignment occurs, she'll be gone forever.

Tempest Jones, aka Stormy, is the woman Vlad seeks. His feelings for Stormy are complex, as are hers for him, because Vlad's proximity makes Stormy aware of Beta's presence within her -- and what may come. Soon, Vlad is forced to choose between his past and his future ... if he can't, then Stormy will die along with Beta. (MIRA, Oct., 400 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer