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"strong anthology"

Dark Decent by Christine Feehan. Ancient Carpathian hunter Traian Trigovise realizes tracking this cunning vampire won't be easy as Gallent is no fledgling. His belief proved right when the trap is sprung. In Austria, Joie Sanders takes a bullet protecting a US senator and his wife. Many miles apart, a psychic link between the injured duo sends Joie climbing the Carpathian Mountains to rescue Traian, not realizing the danger she is in and the love she will find.

The Star Queen by Susan Grant. On Sienna, Taj Sai believes life would be better for the decimated survivors of her devastated planet if the warlords were eliminated. She blames men like her childhood friend Romijha B'Kah for the destruction of their orb. Romijha joins the woman he loves to save what is left of their failing world.

Sacrilege by Susan Squires. To contain her need to kill, vampiress Magda Ravel has resided in Mirso Monastery for about two centuries. Judging she is ready, Brother Pietr throws her out so that she can prove that she can live among those whom she renounced. In San Francisco, Magda must relearn to live, but still thinks of her mentor back in the European monastery.

Though the Susan Grant science fiction romance tale is different than the supernatural novellas of Christine Feehan and Susan Squires, all three well-written stories will make believers out of readers. The terrific tales are set in the trademark realm that each author is famous for having created. Fans of any of the three authors will enjoy this worthy collection and seek other books by the remaining writers.

Harriet Klausner

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 23, 2003

SUMMARY

For Each,
There Could Be Only One

They came from the darkest places: secluded monasteries, the Carpathian mountains, galaxies under siege. They were men with the blackest pasts—warriors, vampire monks, leaders of armies—but whose passions burned like dying stars. They had one purpose: to find those women who fulfilled them, completed them, and made them rage with a fire both holy and profane. They sought soul mates whose touch consumed them with desire, yet whose kisses refreshed like the coolest rain. And each man knew that for him there was only one true love—and in finding her he would find salvation.

Dark Descent
Christine Feehan

A novella of the Dark: Book 11

Dark Descent tells the story of Joie Sanders, a bodyguard and Traian Trigovise, an ancient hunter, meeting after a battle in a deep cave filled with mystery and wonder. Set in the Carpathian Mountains, Joie, with her brother and sister go caving and come across the ancient warrior beset upon by several vampires. They have no choice but to throw their lot in with the hunter and do their best to escape with their lives from the underground labyrinth filled with ancient traps left behind by a powerful race.

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Vampire, Shapeshifter

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The Only One
by Susan Squires, Susan Grant, Christine Feehan

Dorchester (Leisure Books)
May 1, 2003
Available: May 1, 2003
ISBN #0843951702
EAN #9780843951707
384 pages
Paperback
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Other Books by
Susan Squires

The Mists of Time
A Twist In Time
Time for Eternity
Dead After Dark
One With the Darkness
One With the Shadows
One With The Night
Love At First Bite
The Burning
The Hunger
The Companion
No More Lies
Danelaw
Body Electric
Sacrament
Danegeld


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