The Stage by Catherine Russell

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Since a young age, Megan O'Day has always tried to limit her attachments to people. With no memories of her father and a mother taken away by cancer, Megan has always lived her life on the edges of society-far away from relationships. But Megan is about to stumble into a new world full of dangerous complications.

When her friend Ashleigh opens a new bar, the unsociable Megan is suddenly forced out of her proverbial shell to attend the grand opening. As the band takes center stage, Megan is mesmerized by the lead singer who not only croons the crowd, but also stirs something deep inside her that has been long dormant. But she is about to discover that Geoffrey Drake is not just any ordinary underground musician-he is a vampire. As memories suddenly come back to her, the missing pieces of her life become complete when she realizes Geoffrey has always been her unseen protector.

Now Megan must determine whether Geoffrey has been unchanged by time-all while taking baby steps into feeling the emotion she has always denied herself. As his past and present collide, Megan soon discovers that life is as unpredictable as love.


About Catherine Russell

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Catherine Russell is Associate Professor of Cinema at Concordia University and the author of Narrative Mortality: Death, Closure, and New Wave Cinemas.
Published June 16, 2011 by iUniverse. 404 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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