Total Eclipse of the Heart (In the Heat of the Night, #1)
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Total Eclipse of the Heart (In the Heat of the Night #1)

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What’s a werewolf to do when she finds her soulmate twice? It’s a total eclipse of the heart.

In the Heat of the Night, Book One

It was only a few years ago that humans found out magical creatures existed. Now, they’re all out of the closet and leading their lives freely when they once used to hide their true identity. Werewolves, vampires, fairies and everything else that

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Kindle Edition, 50 pages
Published (first published October 2008)
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Lori Whitwam
When a book is on Kindle, especially if it's e-book-only, it can be hard to tell how long it actually is. Guess I need to start paying attention to file sizes so I can get some idea.

This was good, but the complexity of the relationship and the paranormal world in which they exist could have easily filled a much longer story, and I felt short-changed. This is why I don't read a lot of short stories. If the premise is simple enough to fit in a short story and fully explore the characters, it must...more
Noor
It was ok would have liked more development in the plot, also it would have been nice to see the mates have time together in pairs, over all it would have been better if it was a little longer then we could have all the other things missing
Angie
Good story but too short. I think this would be a great world to explore where the werewolf populace is learning how their new pack leader will bring about change. The vampires and the fairies add another element of interest.
Vivian ♪(┌・。・)┌
It was okay. Not painful. Didn't really like the concept of all three mated together. Didn't really feel right to me, their connection to lena didn't really seem like there was much below the surface.
Catherine Coffman
It was really good for a trashy romance novel, but it really needed to be longer/have more plot to fill in between the steamy scenes.
Mel W
Short and graphically steamy! Be warned!
Audrey
Very disappointing.
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Crystal Jordan began writing romance after she finished graduate school and needed something to fill the hours that used to be eaten away by homework. She is originally from California, but has lived and worked all over the United States. Currently, she serves as a librarian at a university in her home state and writes contemporary, paranormal, futuristic, and erotic romance.
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