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Kensington Publishing Corp., Dec 1, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Traveling alone through Eastern Europe, a young American artist encounters a wickedly handsome stranger. His name? Aramis. Ravished by the burning darkness in his eyes, Elaine bares her body and her soul in wanton surrender to his touch--and drinks deeply of the elixir that marks her as his sexual thrall, a willing servant of his supernatural desires. For Aramis is a vampire. . .

And so is the mysterious Rafael, lord of the Carpathian castle where she and Aramis are welcomed. Both men will become her lovers and together bring her to undreamed-of heights of pleasure. And both men will partner in her ultimate transformation. In their arms, she finds a savagely erotic joy. . .and the dark fulfillment of destiny...

Praise for Kiss of the Wolf

"A page-turner. . .one to savor on a long winter night." --Romantic Times

"Erotic. . . If you haven't read Ms. Hawke as of yet, take a chance on a well-written, no-holds-barred look at the love between a werewolf and a vampire." --Romance Junkies

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User Review  - thewalkinggirl - LibraryThing

At her best, MH writes vivid, lushly detailed worlds with highly erotic but still character driven stories. I have to admit that I prefer her when she's more expansive, but I'll take what I can get ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Morgan Hawke lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is currently under contract for a second novel. Readers can visit her website at

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