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Night Train To Naples (Night Train #1)

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After seven-hundred years, Alexandros Nicolaides has adjusted to life as an immortal. Employed by a New Orleans diamond courier, the gemologist travels to Italy in the hope of gaining a new customer for that business. On the night train to Naples, he confirms what he’s suspected--someone is following him.

Human Dante Rocco has his reasons for tailing the tall blond, yet una

Published August 11th 2010 by Amber Allure (first published July 21st 2010)
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I liked the idea and the premise of this story, but it fell a little flat for me.
Its nice vampire/human romance. But really nothing special.
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