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“Pamela Palmer’s stories catch you, captivate you, and never let you go.”
 —Christina Dodd

Prepare to be seduced by the dark side!  The New York Times bestselling author of the Feral Warriors shapeshifter series, Pamela Palmer now carries us into the perilous heart of Vamp City, where paranormal romance lovers will be helpless to resist the sensuous allure of A Blood Seduction. A world of eternal night is crumbling—a vampire haven called Vamp City—and one woman with extraordinary supernatural powers is the sole hope for the future…with the help of a shockingly handsome immortal who knows her secret. Paranormal romance readers’ thirst for sexy vampires remains unquenched—and every insatiable fan of Jeaniene Frost, Nalini Singh, and Lora Leigh is going to want to sink her teeth into A Blood Seduction.

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ISBN: 9780062107503
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