Damned (The Lazarus Series, Book Two)
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Damned (The Lazarus Series, Book Two)

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  45 ratings  ·  1 review
In the city of Lazarus, deep in the heart of the narrow streets known as Thirteen Points, Celia Bowen, a vampire Hunter, has been torn between two men for months. Her boyfriend Rembrandt claims to love her, and yet he brutally beats her. Rembrandt is jealous of the close relationship between Celia and fellow Hunter Brody Fox. Now Celia has to make a choice. Live in fear......more
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Published June 21st 2010 by Smashwords, Inc. (first published May 16th 2010)
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Pat (ireadthatbook.com)
Possibly 3.5stars, quick read and very good.

Damned is the second in the Lazarus Series and is as interesting as the first. It isn't stressed that you are in the paranormal world -- but you don't forget that you are. The world and the characters were fully developed in Hunters, but just how fully may not be appreciated until you are reading Damned. This could be a stand-alone - if you start here, you get enough information on the characters to understand.

Our heroine from Hunters is off-center f...more
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