Dark of the Moon (Mills & Boon Nocturne)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Dec 1, 2009 - Fiction - 384 pages
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They called him the Enforcer

His iron fist once kept the warring vampire clans of decadent 1920s New York from one another’s throats. But now, outcast from his own kind Dorian Black haunts the back alleys of Manhattan alone...

Until the night he meets reporter Gwen Murphy and feels something stir within him for the first time in centuries. Gwen is determined to uncover the truth about a mysterious gang of blood-drinkers despite the danger, but she never expected to give over her heart to tall, dark Dorian. And now, in order protect Gwen, he may be forced to do the unthinkable...

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User Review  - Taleri - LibraryThing

This book is really boring. It is not one of Susan Krinard's better works. The book is full of assumptions, mistakes and misunderstandings between characters that coagulate to form a huge mess. I recommend that you skip reading this one. Read full review

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Susan makes her home in New Mexico, the “Land of Enchantment,” with her husband, Serge, her dogs, Freya, Nahla and Cagney, and her cat, Jefferson. Susan’s interests include music (just about any kind), old movies, gardening and getting out into nature. She also bakes a mean chocolate cake.

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