Midnight's Daughter

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Penguin, Oct 7, 2008 - Fiction - 384 pages
28 Reviews
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Karen chance has written a paranormal—with bite.

Dorina Basarab is a dhampir—half-human, half-vampire. Unlike most dhampirs, though, Dory has managed to maintain her sanity. Now Dory’s vampire father has come to her for help— again. Her Uncle Dracula (yes, the Dracula), cruelest among vampires, has escaped his prison. And her father wants Dory to work with gorgeous master vampire Louis-Cesare to put him back there.

Although Dory prefers to work alone, Dracula is the only thing that truly scares her—and when she has to face him, she’ll take all the help she can get…
 

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User Review  - jadedlioness - LibraryThing

I honestly did not think I would finish this book because at one point it was reading like a very bad fanfiction attempt. It got better towards the end, although I'm still not too fond of the main ... Read full review

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User Review  - AnotherDarnReader - LibraryThing

The story was great but the narrator ruined it. I didn't realize until it was too late that the narrator was Joyce Bean. I have heard other books with her as the narrator and she butchered those as well. I need to go back and read this book without her voice in my head. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
17
Chapter Three
36
Chapter Four
51
Chapter Five
65
Chapter Six
81
Chapter Seven
95
Chapter Eight
118
Chapter Fourteen
213
Chapter Fifteen
224
Chapter Sixteen
236
Chapter Seventeen
248
Chapter Eighteen
264
Chapter Nineteen
283
Chapter Twenty
304
Chapter Twentyone
319

Chapter Nine
133
Chapter Ten
154
Chapter Eleven
169
Chapter Twelve
183
Chapter Thirteen
198
Chapter Twentytwo
333
Chapter Twentythree
346
Chapter Twentyfour
357
Postscript
370
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About the author (2008)

Karen Chance has lived in France, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, but always comes back to America. She currently lives in Central Florida, the home of make-believe, which may explain a lot.

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