Love After Midnight by Patricia Potter

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Sarin might be a Prince and a vampire, but he can get bored with his life just as much as the next undead guy and being trapped in his unberground Lair isn't helping much. To make matters worse, his father, the King, has sprung it on him that he is now to find a bride and settle down. Even at 299 years old, what guy wants that; especially since he's never really had the chance to "live"? Armed with the help of his wise-cracking best friend, the king has granted him one week on the surface to fulfill his every want, but finds so much more. Atiane is the Princess of the Rowens, a faerie people, but she is still a woman and therefore expendable to the highest bidder. Her father, a ruthless king, has become cold and severe, even to his own daughter. She must escape her kingdom and try to find a real life among the humans or suffer a life little better than indentured servitude. She must stay one step ahead of the game, but is grateful for its unexpected players.

About Patricia Potter

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    Patricia Potter lives in the tiny town of Kelso Washington with her husband, daughter, and brother.  She spends just as much time reading as she does writing, but when she's not doing either of those, she's acting and singing with a few theatre groups in her community.
Published December 8, 2006 by AuthorHouse. 312 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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