Child of the Night

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Mosaic Press, 2003 - Fiction - 237 pages
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The first volume in a terrifying new erotic vampire series, POWER OF BLOOD, presenting the stories of three very contemporary and very deadly ghouls. Child of the Night -- Carol is in Paris recovering from the end of her marriage when she meets Andre, a mysterious man who tries to seduce her. The story takes a bizarre and chilling twist when Carol sees him murder a man and discovers he is in fact an ancient and powerful vampire.Andre begins to persuade her to hide his existence, and forces Carol to make a sexual arrangement with him in order to save her life - and the life of their unborn child!

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Review: Child of the Night (Power of the Blood #1)

User Review  - SL - Goodreads

I enjoyed the fact that it was not a fairy tale vamp story but there were parts in the story that just lost me and I didn't want to read it anymore. Could be due to the translation I dont know. it ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Night (Power of the Blood #1)

User Review  - Carol Weekes - Goodreads

I loved this book. Nancy Kilpatrick demonstrates why she's considered the 'Queen of Vampire Fiction'; with strong, credible, and original characterization that draws the reader in, I couldn't help but ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Nancy Kilpatrick was born in the U.S. and now lives in Montreal, Canada, with her black cat Bella. She has published 26 books, including 14 novels and 5 collections of short stories, and has edited 7 anthologies.When not writing she spends her time traveling the world, lecturing, visiting castles, cemeteries, ossuaries and mummy museums with her photographer companion Hughes Leblanc.

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