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The Last of the Red-Hot Vampires (Dark Ones series) Kindle Edition
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On a trip to England, physicist Portia Harding is stalked by a heart-stoppingly handsome maniac.Theondre North is a nephilim-the son of a fallen angel-who needs Portia's help to change his fate. Problem is, Portia's down-to-earth attitude frustrates beings from both heavenly and hellish realms-and gets Theo turned into a vampire. But at least he has Portia to satisfy his newfound hungers-and possibly save his soul.
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Scientist meets the Occult
on 29 April 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Portia, a physicist, accompanies her gullible friend Sarah on a spooks tour of England and debunks every paranormal site they visit. When they reach a village famous for its fairy ring, Portia sits in the ring while Sarah returns to the car to get her camera. A woman appears out of nowhere and says "You're late! Now you h ave my power. I must run and hide!" then she disappears. Portia then begins to experience the paranormal world while trying to make sense of it with her scientific mind. It's an entertaining story. Also a romantic one.
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The Last of the Red Hot Vampires
on 10 December 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
Katie MacAlister has often had me laughing out loud and really enjoying her storylines and her characters; however, she has missed the mark with this book. The main character, Portia is not likeable. In fact, if I were her friend I would have told her to find someone else to vacation with instead of making my vacation a pedant rave fest. I find that if I can't enjoy the main character within the first few pages of the book, I have a very hard time continuing reading the book. I got as far as page 75 and still couldn't find a reason anyone would like this woman. My feeling is that this is what my highschool teacher labeled as a "potboiler" which the author churned out in order to make a deadline while working on a better book. Take out all of the stupid denial and you probably will find a short story which could have been better served by its inclusion in an anthology.
Can't Beat A Love Story With Obstacles in the Way
on 16 October 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Good story. Liked the reactions between all the paranormal characters. Fortunately I had already read some of her books and knew a few things about The Court Of Blood and dark ones. The hero was ready great. He wanted to clear status as an outcast, but in the end wanted a life with her more. No spolier alert. Read it for a great ending.
on 31 January 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
love the dark ones and there Beloveds i think there will be a lot more to come but i would love more tie ins with the others
Love the transformation!
on 31 March 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
Even an analytical non believer can see the light; loved it. Love this series, can't wait to start the next one.
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