Eternal Seduction by Jennifer Turner
(A Darkness Within #1)

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After living on the streets of New York City for over a decade, Logan Ellis admits her perceptions might be a little skewed. But twisted or not, there's a satisfying irony in watching a well dressed vampire stand in the middle of a ghetto alley, windblown trash scraping small circles near his feet. What she finds even more intriguing, is waiting for him to decide whether or not he's going to kill her.

Kerestyan Nelek hasn't quite made up his mind. As the Lord of New York, he can't allow a homeless drug addict, whose memories are packed with knowledge of vampiric existence, to run free in his city. It's not the first time he's been in this situation with a human, it's just the first time in thousands of years he's come face to face with one who doesn't seem to care. And that's what makes the decision so damn difficult.

What horrors would you have to witness before you went numb? How many years would it take for you to feel that way? What would it take to make you care again?

Logan's answers are simple: the worst humanity has to offer, almost thirty...and something she never expected.

About Jennifer Turner

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Published October 31, 2008 by Dark Dreams Press. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Fiction Vixen

I’ll start by saying that I did not like this book as much as I liked the first book in the series.

Aug 24 2011 | Read Full Review of Eternal Seduction (A Darkness...

Fiction Vixen

It is forbidden for humans to know of the existence of vampires so he must punish the young vampires for breaking the veil, and decide how he should deal with Logan’s knowledge of vampires.

Feb 11 2010 | Read Full Review of Eternal Seduction (A Darkness...

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