Night Time by H.T. Night
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Book #2 in the Entwined Series

When Tommy meets Maya, the woman of his dreams, he is finally able to make sense of his new reality. His very strange reality. Also, young Josiah Reign befriends Tommy along the way, and Tommy has to inevitably face his true destiny of becoming a werewolf. Will Tommy choose his destiny, or become something no one had ever thought possible?

**Acclaim for the novels of H.T. Night**

"H.T. Night is a riveting storyteller, capturing the essence of the vampire genre."
-April M. Reign, author of The Turning and Dividing Destiny

"The Werewolf Whisperer is a wonderful story that incorporates friendship and love with a lot of great vampire action."
-Summer Lee, author of Angel Heart and Kindred Spirits

"Vampire Love Story is a hip and timely vampire novel filled with real characters and some of the coolest vampires since The Lost Boys! You're going to love Night's completely original take on the supernatural."
-J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and The Lost Ark

"Bad Blood is fast, hilarious and sexy. Rain, Nicholson and Night just might have created the coolest vampire since Kiefer Sutherland. The Mount Shasta setting is dreamy. The cult is deliciously creepy. And Spider is as sexy as they come. I was pressing the ereader's 'forward' button so fast that I broke it. Let's hope we hear more from Spider."
-H.P. Mallory, author of Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble and To Kill A Warlock

"Vampire Superhero is more fun than a Carnival Cruise. Or a carnival, for that matter."
-P.J. Day, author of King's Blood and Zombie Party

About H.T. Night

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Published December 30, 2013 96 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An additional irony is that Vincent's lover, Thérèse, in a conscious parallel of Theo's story, tracks the torture of the Jews in Europe and the occupation of her beloved France, descending into a fever of nervous hysteria as the conflict goes on.

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You can read more book reviews or buy The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google play and .

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Mark Haddon's novel 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' is a murder mystery told by a young narrator who appears to have Asperger's Syndrome.

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The Moderate Voice

In fact, as one reads this book, it is the endless prattling that ends up weighing the narrative down, and as I mentioned, drowning out these insightful moments with layers upon layers of strange, agonizing minutiae.

May 09 2008 | Read Full Review of Night Time: Two Novels

BBC History Magazine

Evening’s Empire: A History of the Night in Early Modern Europe.

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Mangus is crafty because the king believes in magic, and Mangus does it secretly so he won’t get arrested.

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