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A ROSE AT MIDNIGHT
by Sylvie Kurtz

Genre: Series

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Nine years ago, Daniel walked out of Christiane's life, leaving her heartbroken and pregnant. Now he's back and issuing dire warnings. Daniel believes Christiane and their daughter are in danger from a crazed old man intent on stealing their soul to gain eternal life. Christiane finds Daniel's warnings hard to believe, until she uncovers a file filled with old sins and future horrors. In A Rose at Midnight (4), Sylvie Kurtz skillfully manipulates the elements of the gothic genre to deliver an appealing mix of rocky romance, dark deeds and chilling surprises.

Reviewed By: Susan Mitchell

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: January 2005

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