After Midnight

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Wheeler Pub., 2005 - Fiction - 439 pages
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A New York Times BestsellerThe eldest and most sensible of the three Cabot siblings, Caroline is naturally concerned that her sister Vivienne has lately been keeping company with the infamous Adrian Kane, Viscount Trevelyan, the enigmatic nobleman whom most of the ton firmly believe is . . . a vampire! Surely it is nonsense. And yet the brooding gentleman is never seen in the daylight. And from their first encounter, Caroline is shaken by a fevered desire for the man that borders on th unnatural.

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User Review  - Aquin - Borders

Teresa Medeiros did a wonderful job with every detail. She drew me in leaving me wanting more. I loved the story line and its characters. I can't wait to get home and start reading The Vampire Who Loved Me. Read full review

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If you like vampire romance...this book is for you. There is a second book to this one The Vampire Who Loved Me by the same authoress that is just as exceptional. I love vampire romance and have quite a collection of them and this rates primo for me. Enjoy!!! Read full review


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Teresa Medeiros lives in Kentucky with her husband, Michael, four cats, & one floppy-eared Doberman.

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