Nightbound by Lynn Viehl
Lords of the Darkyn

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...given the fact that I didn’t truly buy into the love story and I spent much of the book scratching my head in confusion, I can’t recommend this book without suggesting that you read the ones that precede it...
-All About Romance

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New York Times bestselling author Lynn Viehl continues her captivating Lords of the Darkyn saga, as a warrior of hidden legacy is finally allowed to enter the fray….

Beaumaris of York has many secrets. No human can know that he’s an immortal Darkyn assigned to Knight’s Realm, the Kyn stronghold disguised as a medieval theme park. And none of his brethren can discover that he’s a half-breed, rescued from slavery as a child. Lately Beau has been yearning for action—and he’s about to find it with his new mission.

Brilliant archaeologist Dr. Alys Stuart is infamous for her extraordinary theories—especially those concerning the mysterious Knights Templar—and she is unaware that her research is funded by the Kyn coffers. When the Kyn sends a vexingly good-looking man to assist—and protect—her, she doesn’t expect the surge of attraction she feels for him.

When a powerful Templar artifact surfaces, Alys and Beau must trust each other enough to stop mankind’s greed for immortality from sparking a war between mortals and Kyn that will destroy the world.
 

About Lynn Viehl

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Lynn Viehl has published over forty-five novels since her debut novel in January 2000, including Nightshine, Shadowlight, Frostfire, Evermore, and If Angels Burn. She lives with her family in Florida. Johanna Parker, an AudioFile Earphones Award winner, has earned an esteemed Audie Award and three Audie nominations. She has received high praise for her work in all genres, including her portrayal of Sookie Stackhouse in Charlaine Harris's Southern Vampire Mysteries series (the source material for HBO's True Blood), of which AudioFile has said, "Parker personifies Harris's perky Southern heroine, Sookie Stackhouse. Her splendid pacing allows listeners time to absorb the action and emotion. Listeners will be enthralled."
 
Published May 7, 2013 by Signet. 334 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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All About Romance

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Reviewed by Jenna Harper on Jun 28 2013

...given the fact that I didn’t truly buy into the love story and I spent much of the book scratching my head in confusion, I can’t recommend this book without suggesting that you read the ones that precede it...

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