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TIED WITH A BOW
by Kimberly Frost, Eileen Wilks, Virginia Kantra, Lora Leigh

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Anthology
Sensuality: HOT

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In need of paranormal chills and sexy thrills for the holidays? Look no further than this sizzling anthology from a bevy of hot authors. With novellas set in the past and present, each author brings their own unique supernatural world to life. Danger and treachery ensure plenty of heart-pounding pleasure!

Kantra kicks things off with “Upon A Midnight Clear” which charts the fateful meeting between a young victim of the French Revolution and a fallen angel — and the resulting aftermath. Next up is Frost, who introduces a new world of muses and vampires in “First Light.” Years after finding a strange ring and suffering from eerie nightmares of a battle between supernaturals, Kate Devane finally meets dangerously attractive Nathaniel in the flesh.

Wilks serves up “Human Error” as lupi Benedict agrees to spend the Yule with his new mate Arjenie’s family. Upon arrival they discover something evil is circling the family’s magically protected lands. Leigh delivers a sizzling new tale of Breed Mates with “An Inconvenient Mate.” Coyote Breed Malachi certainly never expected to discover his mate while at an important meeting with the Navaho Nation Council. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Nov., 352 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: November 2011

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