One With the Shadows

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Macmillan, Nov 27, 2007 - Fiction - 338 pages
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Kate Malone makes her living reading Tarot cards and fleecing society's elite. With no prospect of independence, her own fate looks bleak. But Kate's fortunes change when she steals a magnificent emerald--and is soon confronted by a mysterious stranger. Kate is sure that the striking gentleman's attention is a ruse to retrieve the gem. But his presence awakens her to passions she never dreamed of...and to powers she never knew she possessed.
 
Gian Urbano is bound by honor to retrieve the mystical stone that can drain a vampire's power--and drive humans to madness. The willful, stunning Kate has no idea of the emerald's dark magic, or the lengths Gian's enemies will go to retrieve it. But soon Gian discovers in Kate a desire more compelling than duty--one that could save them both, or lead them to their downfall...
 

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One with the Shadows was a pretty good story, but it didn't resonate with me quite as deeply as the other books in the Companion series so far. For readers who found the earlier books in the series to ... Read full review

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SUSAN SQUIRES is a third-generation Northern Californian whose father almost disowned her for moving south of the Tehachapi Mountains to get her Master’s Degree in English Literature from UCLA. Now she lives a short walk from the Southern California beach with her husband, Harry, a writer of paranormal mysteries and her biggest supporter. Belgium figures largely in her life. She owns two Belgian sheepdogs and an Anglo-Belgian warmblood mare. She has traveled extensively in England doing research for her historical novels. Susan loves to hear from readers. Visit her at www.susansquires.com or write to P.O. Box 479, Redondo Beach, CA 90277.

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