Night's Mistress by Amanda Ashley
(Children of the Night)

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Plot twists move the story along nicely, and flashbacks seamlessly provide background information, familiar faces, and hidden agendas for this surprisingly touching novel.
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A master of her craft. --Maggie Shayne

"Ashley is a master storyteller." --Romantic Times

Mara. She is mysterious, alluring, a creature of the night, torn between two unforgettable men. . .

Kyle Bowden. A gorgeous, golden-haired artist full of passion and life, Kyle is ready to give his soul to Mara--until he learns her terrible secret.

Logan Blackwood. The Vampire she created nine-hundred years ago is now a Hollywood millionaire with all the dark seductive power of his kind, yet Logan still longs for the woman who turned him.

With enemies on all sides--and her Dark Gift fading--Mara must choose one lover. . .for all eternity.

"A classic vampire tale of sensual, spine-tingling suspense." --Christine Feehan on Desire After Dark
 

About Amanda Ashley

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Amanda Ashley is one of those rare birds - a California native. She's lived in Southern California her whole life and, except for the earthquakes, loves it. She shares a home with her husband, as well as a fluffy Pomeranian named Teddi, a mischievous cat named Tigger, and a tortoise who remains nameless. Amanda and her alter ego, Madeline, have written 57 books. Not bad for someone who started writing just for the fun of it. Her books have made the New York Times List, the USA Today List, and the Waldenbooks Bestseller and Mass Market lists. Currently, Amanda is working on a sequel to Night's Kiss.
 
Published July 30, 2013 by Zebra. 353 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jun 03 2013

Plot twists move the story along nicely, and flashbacks seamlessly provide background information, familiar faces, and hidden agendas for this surprisingly touching novel.

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