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Nothing on earth can make this vampire fall in love . . .
After 499 years of existence, Connor Buchanan has arrived at an inescapable conclusion: he is a cold-hearted SOB. He's been watching his friends—those poor romantic fools—plummet off the cliff into love like a dazed herd of sheep. But not Connor. He knows that love leads to nothing but heartache.
Until Marielle . . .
She is an angel cast down from heaven for disobedience. Trapped in mortal form, she finds a protector in Connor, a Scottish vampire haunted by a dark past. Marielle hopes to heal his broken heart and earn her way back home, but suddenly she has these . . . feelings. This strange yet pleasant physical yearning—for a vampire! Is this the work of a demon luring her into hell, or has this angel found heavenly bliss?
A former tap dancer and high school French teacher, New York Times bestselling author Kerrelyn Sparks has always searched for creative ways to express herself. A prolific reader since childhood, she discovered that writing her own stories provided the ideal way to combine her loves of comedy, language, and history. And what a relief that the voices in her head have led to a paycheck instead of a padded room! A native Texan, Kerrelyn lives with her husband in the Greater Houston area.
Sparks is an excellent writer and I can't wait for the next one to be published. Thanks for the fantasy and romance! Very enjoyable.Published 1 month ago by srichsmith
Nobody was a bigger fan of vampires than me several years ago. Then Twilight got popular and I found myself dismayed with them. Read more
Quick read, one of the books you don't put down till you finished it.
Love all of Kerrelyn Sparks books.
I didn't like the imagination of the author about angels and demons. The adventures of the main characters was okay.Published 3 months ago by MARIA L. DUHART
Another wonderful story in a fantastic series. Thank you for the wonderful characters and stores. l can't wait for the next one in the series.Published 5 months ago by TERESA L. MANN