The three Haliday sisters are not afraid of mummies. Nor of silly ancient Egyptian curses. Get real. This is the twenty-first century! Besides, anthropologist Gemma, historian Gillian, and archaeologist Josslyn Haliday spent their childhoods sharing their sleeping tent with mummies and telling each other stories of fantastic shapeshifters and vampires, as they accompanied their Egyptologist father on his digs…ever since the fateful day their mother mysteriously disappeared into the sands of Egypt twenty years ago.

Brave, modern women all three, it would never occur to any of them to fear the dead…or the living dead.

But that is all about to change…

The Immortal Sheikh…

Sheikh Shahin Aswadi—the harbinger of death, a ghostly figure who rides the wind in the form of a powerful black hawk. No mortal has dared approach his hidden oasis encampment for nearly a century. They are all terrified by the ruthless legend of al Shahin.

All but intrepid anthropologist Gemma Haliday. Determined to find her missing sister, Gemma has foolishly disregarded the dire warnings of local villagers…and walks straight into a trap Shahin has laid for her.

He takes the beautiful mortal captive, determined to use her, then gift her to his vampire lord, Seth-Aziz, as a blood sacrifice.

But one taste of Gemma’s lips and he knows he must possess her for fully and for all time. And he wants her to burn for him as he burns for her, with a desire as hot and vast as his desert home.

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy

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Shadow of the Sheikh
(Immortal Sheikhs: Book 2)
by Nina Bruhns

Silhouette (Nocturne)
November 1, 2010
Available: November 1, 2010
ISBN #0373618476
EAN #9780373618477
288 pages
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Other Books by
Nina Bruhns

Vampire Sheikh
Lord of the Desert
Night Mischief
The Forbidden Enchantment
Ghost Of A Chance
Sweet Suspicion
Sins of the Father
Sweet Revenge

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