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Confession (David de Morrissey #3)

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Undying Pleasure

Harriet had never truly craved physical love--nor had she desired any other man except her husband. Until David de Morrissey swept her away... Brilliant and darkly handsome, he came to her as a confidant to her loneliness. But what begins as a friendship becomes something far more thrilling as she succumbs to the lure of his seductive charms--and discovers
Paperback, 280 pages
Published September 1st 1992 by Berkley
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Emily Rose
I'm still kind of on the fence about whether I'm really enjoying the David de Morrissey Saga or not. It's definitely interesting, but that's not quite the same as entertaining. The basis of the books up to, and including, this one has showcased the different kinds of love. In the first book, it was the innocent young love that can easily turn to obsession if you don't have anything else in your life to balance it out. And the relationship doesn't work when one person has all the power. In the se ...more
i never read any romances until i happened upon the second book of the four (possession). it was really good, but was told erotica in romances was more moderate or extreme more than this was. since it was my second book i've ever read in the romance genre, it was really pretty good. can't wait to read the 1st and 4th books!
Vonnie Alto
Book 3 in the series. Here, the reader sees what it is like for a vampire to have a mental bond with a mortal when vampire, David de Morrissey befriends a lonely housewife. In turn, this leads to reuniting him with his eternal love. The reader is once more drawn into de Morrissey's world of angst and soul searching.
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