Friday, October 12, 2007

Spooky Reads for Halloween










I have taken vampires back to their roots, back to the historical vampires first originally created by writers such Lord Byron and John Polidori, and then later by Bram Stoker. The first of three vampires (there will be more!!) I am currently nominated for NOR Award for The Brotherhood for Best Vampire Romance 2007. I highly recommend them. 1.. Blood Moon - Dorchester Love Spell - March 2007 2.. The Brotherhood - Dorchester Love Spell - June 2007 3.. The Ravening - Dorchester Love Spell - January 2008
John Charles, Chicago Sunday Tribune:With an inventive hybrid of Regency historical and dark, sexy paranormal romance, Dawn Thompson is wildly imaginative and wonderfully entertaining.

Watch the book trailer >>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIBZrPUJT4c

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Blood Moon (Book 1) by Dawn Thompson [mass market paper: Love Spell; February 27, 2007; $6.99; ISBN: 0505526808; ISBN-13: 9780505526809]

Book Description Start of a stunning new series! THEIR DARK CURSE Jon Hyde-White was changed. Neither his horse nor his dog trusted him any longer, and with good cause; the transformation was almost complete. Soon he would cease to be an earl's second son and become a ravening monster. Already lust grew, begging him to drink, to devour, to swallow in great gulps hot blood from every opalescent neck--and the blood of his fiancé, Cassandra Thorpe, would be sweetest of all. Was that not why they were chosen? Was that not why the blasphemous creature Sebastian burst upon them from the London shadows? But Sebastian's evil task remained incomplete, and neither Jon not Cassandra was beyond hope. Still she smelled of meadowsweet and lilies, and he still believed in Heaven. One chance remained--in faraway Moldovia, in a secret brotherhood, in an ancient ritual and the power of love and the...BLOOD MOON
The Order>>>>>>>> http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0505526808
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The Brotherhood (Blood Moon, Book 2) by Dawn Thompson



(NOR Award Nominee for Best Vampire Romance 2007)



[mass market paper: Love Spell; July, 2007; $6.99; ISBN: 050552726X; ISBN-13: 9780505527264]



Book DescriptionJoss Hyde-White left London for answers about who and what he was. What he found, with night falling, Cornwall consumed by a snowstorm quickly obscuring the road, was a carriage--a brougham by the look of it--its snow-covered horses standing like two ghosts, and a scene of horror interrupted within. A chestnut-haired beauty lay prone, requiring his assistance. But safety was not easily provided. On this night that brought to mind vampires and the foulest creatures of myth, through the whirling snow and growing darkness, it was difficult to tell man or woman from beast. From this moment forward, no one and nothing could be trusted--not even his own instincts, be they to kiss or kill. Joss was on the road to the truth, and that would lead to the secret of his parents, to the Blood Moon Rite of ancient Persia, to the enigmatic Milosh, the Gypsy, and...THE BROTHERHOOD
THE RAVENING (Blood Moon, Book 3) December 2007
ISBN-10: 0505527278 ISBN-13: 978-0505527271
".a chilling, mesmerizing vampire novel [that] will have you spellbound from beginning to end!" -RT BOOKreviews on Blood Moon
THE HUNGER IS BOUNDLESS.In the moonlit forest, bewitched by a wolf and dancing to music only she could hear, Paloma was first taken. And though she fled her monstrous attacker, she could not escape her destiny. .AND IT CANNOT BE DENIED
Sebastian-the vampire, his own archenemy and the enemy of The Brotherhood and all things right and good-was again rising to power; Milosh could sense it. To Whitebriar he traveled, hoping to find his friends the Hyde-Whites, but instead he found the abbey in ruins and a terrified Gypsy who stole his heart. But this copper-haired beauty was infected. She burned, burned as did all those who'd felt the bite of vampyr but not the solace of the Blood Moon, and she had the power to make him him burn, and in ways he hadn't felt for centuries. She aroused in him the ravening, which meant the struggle to come would be not against Sebastian's lips and fangs alone, but against himself, and only Milosh's strength and love could decide who and what he and Paloma would yet become

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