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Lords Of The Night

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Dark, seductive, wickedly handsome, and temptingly dangerous--a moonlight kiss from any of these nobleman can be the last a lady of the ton experience. These three stories feature the cursed, the undead--the lords of the night. Includes Bennett's The Full of the Moon, Blayne's Dark Shadows, and Ellis's The DeVille Inheritance.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Zebra (first published 1997)
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Marina
Aug 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
I give the overall book 4 stars.I felt all the stories were good.Monique Ellis' story I give 4.5 stars because it made me cry.Very emotional ending.All the stories seem to be regency era.The last story in the book had a nice twist.This book is pretty good in introducing you to these three authors who are not wildly known yet.

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Janine McCaw
Couldn't get through the first story. So many books, so little time. On to the next.
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Janice Bennett has the eclectic background often encountered in writers. She earned one B.A. degree in anthropology from UC Santa Cruz, another in classical civilizations from UC Irvine, and an M.A. degree in folklore and mythology from UCLA. Over the years, she has worked as a bookkeeper, archaeologist, and college instructor in crafts, jewelry making, needlework and novel writing, and has been a ...more
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