Dark Fire by Denise A. Agnew
1 (Deep is the Night)

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Book One in the Deep is the Night series

Whispers, secrets and tales of ghosts abound in Pine Forest, but new librarian Erin Greenway doesn't believe in goblins.

Yet the Victorian monstrosity she works in creaks and groans and speaks of horrible secrets she cannot deny.

When the mysterious Scot, Lachlan Tavish, claims to be chasing a thousand-year-old vampire, his dark, dangerous looks make her wonder if he's the hunter or the hunted.

Review quotes for Dark Fire by Denise A. Agnew

"4 1/2 stars!"
~Jill Brager, Romantic Times Bookclub

"...a masterfully scary story...lovemaking between Erin and Lachlan is mind-blowing together with enough suspense and tension to leave you breathless."
~Gail Northman for Romance Junkies

"Sparks fly and desire runs high...powerfully erotic and so very hot.
...Agnew has started her Deep Is The Night Series off with a major bang."
~Reva Moore, Just Erotic Romance Newsletter
 

About Denise A. Agnew

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Denise A. Agnew's life is often described as suspenseful, erotic, edgy, thrilling, romantic, adventurous. Ahem. Oh, wait. That's what they say about her award-winning novels. Romantic Times Book Review Magazine has called her work "top-notch" and awarded her novel Primordial a TOP PICK. Denise has written paranormal, fantasy, time travel, romantic comedy, contemporary, historical, erotic romance, and romantic suspense novels. Living in Colorado, Hawaii, and the United Kingdom has given her a lifetime of ideas. Denise lives in Arizona with her real life hero, her husband. Visit Denise's website at www.deniseagnew.com. Marshall's Law is Denise's thirty-fifth published title.
 
Published November 1, 2009 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 354 pages
Genres: Romance, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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