His blood calls to her . . .
Discover a realm where anything is possible. Where peril and passion collide. Where a woman is tempted by a man she wants but can never have. A man she could destroy with just one kiss. Discover THE HUNGER...
Beatrix Lisse, Countess of Lente, is the toast of London and the most fascinating woman in Europe. She has been fascinating men for a thousand years, for Beatrix was born vampire. Over the years, she has tried everything to fill her life with interest or purpose: social and spiritual causes, creating and collecting priceless art, controlling empires through her consorts. She has sipped from countless strong male throats, and indulged in passionate sexual affairs. But she has never let herself truly love another. Now she is bored, jaded, and ultimately weary. There is nothing she desires. . .
John Staunton, Earl of Langley, has the reputation of being the most debauched man in England. What no one knows is that Langley is cultivating his worthless reputation in order to conceal his real activities as a volunteer spy for his government. Over the years he's been very successful, but killing and deceit has become a trap. His life is missing some vital spark.
Beatrix and John are attracted to each other in London, and they can see through each others' deceptions. But when they discover each others' true secrets, and when Beatrix accidentally contaminates John's blood, turning him into a vampire, they must overcome past scars and fears to defeat Asharti. And, together, they must find new purpose for their lives and an eternity together. Intense and sexy, The Hunger plumbs the depths of the human soul.
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"Second in Regency Vampires"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted November 25, 2006
Susan Squires has a new vampire trilogy going for St.
Martins. The first, THE COMPANION, was a knock out of a
story that took you into sweeping locales and into the dark
realm of the vampire. The second book in the series is out
now, THE HUNGER, and she continues Read more...
"Strong paranormal historical romance"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 25, 2006
In 1811 Earl John Staunton and Countess Beatrix Lisse are
lovers who each keep a dark secret from their companion.
John, known as the most depraved rogue in England, is
actually a spy working for the British Empire trying to
identify who is the force working behind the scenes shaking Read more...