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THE VAMPIRE VOSS
by Colleen Gleason

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, Paranormal, England, France
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England and Paris

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Gleason sweeps readers into a carefully created vampire world where her mortal and immortal characters reach out and grab readers. As dark and dangerous as any tale of the dracul, this is also a story of the power of love and redemption.

When her brother goes missing Angelica Woodmore and her sisters turn to their guardian, the Earl of Corvindale. Though Angelica has the gift of “sight,” she has no idea of the danger they are in.

Voss Arden, Viscount Dewhurst, returns to England to impart the news that an old enemy is on the hunt for vampire hunter Chas Woodmore, who has abducted his sister. One of Lucifer’s chosen, Voss has become a cold, calculating, manipulative immortal — then he meets Angelica. His lust for her has nothing to do with her blood, but everything to do with arousing his passion and protective instincts. But the truth of his nature and a sense of betrayal thrust them apart until Voss realizes he has the ability to change his future. (MIRA, Apr., 380 pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: MIRA

Published: April 2011

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