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His immortal embrace.
Howell, Hannah.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Kensington Books, [2003]

Physical Description:
344 pages ; 21 cm
The yearning / by Hannah Howell -- Bitten / by Lynsay Sands -- Stranger in the night / by Sara Blayne -- The awakening / by Kate Huntington.
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Stranger in the night.

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Central Library FICTION Adult Fiction Central Library

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Darkly handsome and dangerously seductive vampires offer women their eternal love, in four all-new romantic tales: "The Yearning," by Hannah Howell, "Bitten," by Lynsay Sands, "Stranger in the Night," by Sara Blayne, and "The Awakening," by Kate Huntington.

Author Notes

Hannah Dustin Howell is a bestselling American author of over 40 historical romance novels. Many of her novels are set in medieval Scotland. She also writes under the names Sarah Dustin, Sandra Dustin, and Anna Jennet. She writes the popular Highland Brides series, the MacEnroy series, and the Wherlocke series.

(Bowker Author Biography)

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Library Journal Review

Dark and sexy vampire romances are now all the rage, and this trade paperback collection of four novellas features a wide array of styles and historical settings. Veteran writer Howells's "The Yearning" takes readers to 15th-century Scotland with a tale of vengeance, a witch's curse, and a heroine brave enough to set things right; in Lynsay Sands's "Bitten," a young woman is rescued from a shipwreck only to learn that her savior is not quite human; Sara Blayne's "Stranger in the Night" tells of a young antiquarian searching through the ruins of an ancient manor and finding more than the treasure she seeks; and in Kate Huntington's "The Awakening," an orphan rushing to the estate of her ailing aunt learns that the mysterious stranger she encounters along the way is not only her aunt's longtime companion but also something far more ominous. Sensual, dark, and mesmerizing, these stories should appeal to fans of such authors as Christine Feehan. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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