Forever and the Night

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Berkley Books, 1993 - Fiction - 338 pages
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New York Times bestselling author Miller combines her trademark ability to spin a spirited yarn with the deliciously spooky elements of the vampire world. Senator's aide Neely can't resist the erotic charm of reclusive Connecticut millionaire Aidan. But as they become closer, Neely discovers Aidan's dark secret.

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Review: Forever and the Night (Vampire #1)

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I'm giving this book a 4 star rating based on both this time reading it and also the first time reading it. I absolutely loved this book the first time I read it-because of it I've read various other ... Read full review

Review: Forever and the Night (Vampire #1)

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I'm giving this book a 4 star rating based on both this time reading it and also the first time reading it. I absolutely loved this book the first time I read it-because of it I've read various other ... Read full review

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Chapter 1
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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About the author (1993)

Linda Miller was born in Spokane, Washington and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She began writing when she was 10 years old after a teacher praised her for a story she had written. Through a correspondence course, she sold over 30 stories to magazines like True Confessions and True Romance. She sold her first novel, Fletcher's Woman, in 1983. Her first hardcover novels were Pirates (1995) followed by Knights (1996). She has written over 80 contemporary and historical romance novels. She is the author of numerous series including Stone Creek series; Montana Creeds series; The Women of Primrose Creek series; and Springwater Seasons series. In 2007, she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Romance Writers of America.

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