"Shadows, Death and Desire"

It was Fall and Ebony was walking through the leaves as if they didn't matter anymore. They didn't. Her doctor's appointment over, she left with a death sentence. Not much time left, no lover, only her best friend Avril and she wasn't about to share that news with her! She takes an alley that has always frightened her and runs square into the best looking guy she has ever seen. This was Ashe. A shadow drifter hunter and killer. And the holder of her destiny.

He has the power to save her - if she will let him. It does involve some changes....lots of them, in fact.

This book has such wonderful descriptions of everything that happens it is worth reading for that alone; but the plot will also keep you involved right up through the end. Someone has set the shadow drifter after Ebony and the answer will surprise you - it did me! A great story. I would really hope there are sequels that explain Ashe's two brothers, his sister Estril and man-hating Acril as well. It promises to be a wild ride.

Reviewed by Nancy Eriksen
Posted June 21, 2009


When small town librarian Ebony learns of her illness, she is devastated to think of the many things she has missed out on in life . . . especially true love.

Ashe, however, has experienced nearly everything during his considerable years as a vampire and thinks only one thing about love . . . never again.

When fate throws the two together on a journey laced with deceit and lies, Ebony and Ashe discover the one thing neither thought to ever find . . . love.

Can Ebony convince Ashe that true love lasts forever? Can Ashe overcome the betrayal of his past in time to save Ebony?

Genre: Vampire/Paranormal Erotic Romance
Book Length: Novel
Heat Level: Hot

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Darkest Hours
by S. K. Yule

Amira Press
June 1, 2009
Available: June 12, 2009
ISBN #1935348450
EAN #9781935348450
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