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THE VAMPIRE NARCISE
by Colleen Gleason

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1803 Paris and England

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This is the most powerful and emotionally intense of Gleason’s trilogy. She has mastered the world of the vampire, making her own mark on the genre. Readers already hooked on the series and those new to the realm will be more than satisfied by this enthralling read.

Her brother’s unnatural obsession has kept Narcise Moldavi a prisoner for centuries. Only one man, Giordan Cale, has ever touched her heart, but after his betrayal Narcise tries to forget him. Giordan, owner of an exclusive London club, has never forgotten Narcise. One night in her arms wasn’t enough. He lowered himself to her brother Cesar’s demands and then lost her. When vampire hunter Chas Woodmore helps Narcise escape from Cesar’s Paris stronghold he brings her to England and back into Giordan’s life. Though Narcise adores Chas she knows there is no real hope for true love with a vampire hunter, and she has never forgotten Giordan’s sweet taste or the passion that sizzled between them. As danger from Cesar and his minions rises so does their desire, but all could disappear in a moment as Cesar draws closer and good must confront evil in a shocking conflagration. (MIRA, Jun., 350 pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: MIRA

Published: June 2011

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