The Awakening

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Macmillan, Jan 21, 2004 - Fiction - 264 pages
88 Reviews
There is a vampire war brewing in the underworld and at the center of it all is Damali Richards, spoken word artist and Vampire Huntress. But she is not just any Vampire Huntress, she is the millenium Neteru. A woman so potentially powerful that the vampire world is about to invoke a bloody battle that threatens to spill over onto her streets in order to posses her. It's just a matter of who will get to her first. Fallon Nuit, a rogue vampire, is one of the most powerful Damali has ever encountered and he has allied himself with the deadly Amanrath demons in order to claim her. But the Vampire Council has plans for her as well. And now an unlikely variable has entered into the equation, an ex-lover now turned vampire with an agenda of his own. And she must risk trusting him once more if they are to survive.
  

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... action packed battle scenes. - Goodreads
I am not too fond of LA Banks' style of writing. - Goodreads
It was a definite page turner. - Goodreads
The long ass explanations! - Goodreads

Review: The Awakening (Vampire Huntress Legend #2)

User Review  - Brittany - Goodreads

I'm giving this a 3. I didn't hate it but I didn't love it. The one thing that really threw me off was how they talked. I felt that it was forced sometimes and that with the whole "hip pop/ganster ... Read full review

Review: The Awakening (Vampire Huntress Legend #2)

User Review  - Jaé Monét - Goodreads

This was much better than the first one. I'm extremely happy about that and I'm hoping that it just keeps getting better. Read full review

Contents

PART II
209
EPILOGUE
258
THE HUNTED
259
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

L. A. BANKS is the author of the Vampire Huntress Legend series. She had a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a master’s in fine arts from Temple University. Banks considered herself a shape-shifter. She wrote romance, women’s fiction, crime and suspense, and of course, dark vampire huntress lore. She lived with her daughter in an undisclosed lair somewhere in Philadelphia.

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