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"The ultimate tale of star-crossed lovers"

For centuries, Adams have hunted vampires without question, that is until Preston Adams wants nothing to do with the family preoccupation. However, the patriarch, Preston's grandfather warns him either kill an undead or else. Centuries ago, Gabrielle Warwick chose to become a vampire rather than succumb to illness. However, unlike most of her species, Gabrielle refuses to drink human blood, seeking other alternatives. She knows she will never feel safe as long as the Adams family lives.

Preston reluctantly goes after Gabrielle, but when they meet, neither on can harm the other. Instead, they feel they know each other perhaps in a previous life or just because of the powerful attraction between them. When they flee together, their respective broods declare both of them traitors who must die.

ENEMY MINE is the ultimate star-crossed lovers' story line. The brave lead couple is exciting, as they both understand what sacrifices and dangers love brings to them yet willingly do so. The support cast adds a feel of authenticity that makes vampires and their hunters seem genuine. Although a strong supernatural tale that Buffy lovers and vampire aficionados would enjoy, this jewel of a plot centers on the star-crossed lovers.

(This review reflects the original 2000 e-book release)

Harriet Klausner/ October, 2000
Copyright 2000

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 21, 2002

SUMMARY

Gabrielle Warlick is a vampire. Preston Adams comes from a long line of vampire hunters. How can they hope to find a life together--when both their clans are against them?

Also available in e-book format from Amber Quill Press, ISBN: 1592790178

Originally released in e-book format by Dark Star Publications (September 2000); ISBN:192903458X

 

Enemy Mine
by Jewel Dartt

Amber Quill Press
November 1, 2002
ISBN #1592799833
EAN #9781592799831
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