Heat of the Night

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Harper Collins, Jan 8, 2008 - Fiction - 256 pages
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He is a vision from every woman's erotic fantasies. Existing in the twilight beneath sleep and consciousness, Connor brings them decadent pleasures, fueled by their sexual energy. But violence and strife now tear apart both worlds, and Connor must embark upon a quest into the mortal realm . . . and into the arms of one intoxicating enchantress.

Stacey Daniels has always been attracted to the wrong type of men—and the muscular, Viking-like champion on her front doorstep is no exception. She can hardly believe the wounded warrior is from another world, a world where erotic dreams are needed to survive, a world of terrible danger that has followed him to her home. Connor finds solace in her passion, but only time will tell if he can defeat the dark foe who hunts them . . . and if Stacey can surrender to the promise he offers with every electrifying touch.

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User Review  - Bonnie H - Borders

Heat of the Night is the followup book to Pleasures of the Night, which - if you read my previous review - you know I loved. This book was just as good. There was a little bit more "world building" in ... Read full review

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User Review  - The_Book_Queen - LibraryThing

Though Heat of the Night by Sylvia Day was written as part of a series, like most romances, it is one that you can read without picking up the first book and not risk getting confused or lost. Of ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

A wife and mother of two from Southern California, she is a former Russian linguist for the U.S. Army Military Intelligence. Her stories have been called “wonderful and passionate” by WNBC.com and “wickedly entertaining” by Booklist, and frequently garner Readers' Choice and Reviewers' Choice accolades. Her work has also been named a finalist for the prestigious Romance Writers of America’s RITAŽ Award of Excellence.

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