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Kiss of Darkness by Heather Graham
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Sep 25, 2007

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"The woods have always been full of whispers in Transylvania, of terrors that go back centuries to the legendary Vlad Dracul himself. Ignoring their professor's grave warning several visiting students travel into the forest…and disappear. Now their professor, Bryan McAllister, believes that a dark cult is at work--and that their next gathering will happen in America. When psychologist Jessica Fraser is approached by Bryan for her assistance, she is hesitant. Something about Bryan unnerves Jessica deeply, yet she cannot ignore the incredible pull she feels toward him. Now, as reluctant allies, they unite to seek the truth. The search takes them from the forested mountains to dimly lit clubs in New Orleans' French Quarter, where perversion goes beyond sexual to life-threatening. And everywhere, whispering on the wind, is the dreaded word…vampyr."

Not a bad vampire romance. I was not impressed when halfway through the plot changed and things from the beginning no longer jived with things at the end. At times, I thought this would read like a Laurell K. Hamilton book, it barely brushed the erotic. If the plot could have been kept straight, I would probably enjoyed this more.

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