Deep Midnight

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Zebra Books, 2001 - Fiction - 478 pages
4 Reviews
THE HOUR WHEN

DREAMS TURN INTO NIGHTMARES...

An opulent Carnivale ball in Venice takes a terrifying turn for book critic Jordan Riley. As festivity turns into frenzy, she is rescued by a powerful man disguised as a wolf. But was what she witnessed really just the evening's entertainment -- or something far more sinister?

...AND PLEASURE BECKONS FROM BEYOND

From a deconsecrated church in Venice to a secret society in New Orleans, Jordan is led on a nightmare journey to the razor's edge of reality. Her mysterious savior is always a shadow behind her. A man whose closeness will both torment and tantalize her as darkness falls -- and an eternal hunger threatens to consume her.

 

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User Review  - TinyDancer11 - LibraryThing

I was unaware that this was in a series of three until after I read it. I was a bit bored through some of it, but overall I was entertained. I'm sure I would enjoy it a lot more if I read the other two! Read full review

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User Review  - EmScape - LibraryThing

This book cribs from The Highlander in the way that the last volume of the series pulled from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. At least the rules of vampirism didn't change again. Actually, this third book ... Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
7
CHAPTER 1
25
CHAPTER 2
51
CHAPTER 3
77
CHAPTER 4
87
CHAPTER 5
111
CHAPTER 6
133
CHAPTER 7
153
CHAPTER 12
253
CHAPTER 13
287
CHAPTER 14
305
CHAPTER 15
323
CHAPTER 16
333
CHAPTER 17
355
CHAPTER 18
379
CHAPTER 19
403

CHAPTER 8
179
CHAPTER 9
201
CHAPTER 10
213
CHAPTER 11
235
CHAPTER 20
419
CHAPTER 21
441
CHAPTER 22
447
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Auteur talentueux et prolifique, Shannon Drake a le privilege de figurer regulierement sur la liste des best-sellers du "New York Times". Apres un premier parcours de comedienne, elle decouvre l'ecriture, et connait une reussite fulgurante: plus de 20 millions de livres vendus, tant historiques que contemporains, traduits en 15 langues et vendus dans le monde entier.

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