Highland Vampire (Mills & Boon Spice Briefs)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Nov 1, 2010 - Fiction - 90 pages
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On the run from her vindictive family, Natasha Desmond takes refuge at Kilburn Castle, reputed hunting grounds of a deadly vampire—and home to Garrett Kilburn, its sexy-as-sin owner.

Though Garrett seems cold and remote at first, Natasha quickly learns that he's red hot in the bedroom. He seems to know all her secret desires and brings her ecstasy like she's never known before. But at night, Natasha is visited by another mysterious lover. A lover who leaves two tiny wounds on her neck. . . .

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Reviewed at Book of Secrets: "I had fled as fast and as far as I could. I could run no farther than to the edge of the world, here at the northwestern corner of Scotland." And that was the perfect ... Read full review

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A criminal defence attorney for twenty years, Sue Swift always sensed a creative wellspring bubbling inside her, but didn't find her niche until attending a writing class with master teacher Bud Gardner. Within a short time, Sue realised her creative outlet was romance fiction. Since she began writing her first novel in November 1996, she's sold three books and two short stories. The 2001 president of the Sacramento Chapter of the Romance Writers of America, Sue credits the RWA, its many wonderful programs and the help of its experienced writers for her new career as a romance novelist. She also lectures to women's and writers groups on various topics relating to the craft of writing. Her hobbies are hiking, bodysurfing and kenpo karate, in which she's earned a second-degree black belt. Sue and her real-live hero of a husband maintain homes in northern California and Maui, Hawaii. You can write Sue via email at sue@sue-swift.com or at P.O. Box 241, Citrus Heights, CA 95611-0241. And please visit Sue's website at www.sue-swift.com.

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