Eternal Hunger by Laura Wright
Mark of the Vampire

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A dark and sexy debut paranormal romance

In the dark, fear and desire are one...

Alexander Roman wants nothing to do with those of his vampire breed. Fate places him at the door of Dr. Sara Donohue, who is dedicated to removing patients' traumatic memories. But as their world's collide, Sara and Alexander are bound by something even stronger as one becomes hunter and the other, prey. And Sara's only chance of survival is to surrender to the final-and most unimaginable-desire of her life.

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Laura Wright is passionate about romantic fiction. Though she has spent most of her life immersed in acting, singing, and competitive ballroom dancing, when she found the world of writing and books and endless cups of coffee, she knew she was home. Laura lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two young children, and three lovable dogs.
Published October 5, 2010 by Signet. 379 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Just when it seems every possible vampire twist has been turned, Wright launches a powerful series with a rich mythology, page-turning tension, and blistering sensuality. Wealthy, reclusive brothers A

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Hi Laura thank you for sharing with us today.I love the excerpt and cover and look forward to picking up Eternal Captive it sounds like an amazing read .I love paranormals especially vampires .Thank you for the chance to win an awesome prize.Have a great weekend.

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