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The Kiss of Death?

Clare had thought that Denzil Black was intent on seducing her sisterafter her best friend had already fallen prey to his charms. It was almost as if the film director were a vampire lover, moving from one woman to another, and leaving them drained and helpless. THen Clare began to suspect that she was next on Denzil's list of conquestsbut not if she could help it…. This time, Denzil Black would know what it was like to be the victim of love!

Topics: Bad Boy, Vampires, Opposites Attract, and Romantic

Published: Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781459284401
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