"Vampire story that flowed gently and passionately"
Terrified of what the future holds for her after her
relatives sell her to a brothel, Catriona doesn't ask to
many questions of the mysterious stranger who rescues her
from her forced fate. Ever since an accident robbed her of
her sight, Catriona has been living moment to moment.
All that changes when Quintus Midnight takes her home with
him. Lonely, he seeks the uncomplicated companionship that
Catriona represents. With her blindness, she won't judge
him by his scars. With her need for a home, she is less
likely to question his odd habits, and more willing to
accept that he is a vampire.
There is only one thing that could tear them apart: the
knowledge that Quintus could heal her eyesight, for then he
risks loosing her forever.
HEART OF MIDNIGHT is a tender story of a damsel in distress
and her gallant hero. True, her hero harbors secrets, and
hidden pains, but beneath it all, he is gentle and kind,
caring and very loving. In 66 pages the writer packs
passion, seduction, love and acceptance, as well as a few
other intense emotions. The story didn't feel rushed, or
too short. It flowed gently and passionately from beginning
Reviewed by Michelle Houston
For PNR Reviews
Posted April 12, 2003
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