Master of Darkness

Master of Darkness by Susan Sizemore

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by Susan Sizemore
February 2006
ISBN 1416513345
$6.99 US / $10.50 Can.
Series - Prime

When vampire hunter Eden Faveau mistakes Laurent, a renegade vampire of Tribe Manticore, for her new partner, he's not about to correct her. He's stolen a laptop full of sensitive files from the Tribe leader, Justinian, and needs help cracking the encryption. At first he wants sexy and intelligent Eden only for her computer wizardry - but soon he wants her for much, much more.

Working by night and growing closer every day, Laurent and Eden struggle with the passion that threatens to overwhelm them. But when Justinian captures Eden, and Laurent proves his loyalty to his Tribe in the most shocking of ways, Eden vows to kill Laurent for his deception. Can he find a way to prove his love for her before a full-on war breaks out between vampires and humans?


"Get in the car. Wait," Laurent added.

He grabbed Eden and kissed her before she knew what was happening. His mouth was hard on hers, and his tongue demanding. She felt like a match being struck. All she could do was tilt her head back against his arm and ride the sudden blaze.
    It was over in a moment.
    He stepped back and said "Shall I drive?" as cool and calm as you please.
    Eden had to lean against the car, too full of heat and confusion to think for a few moments. She finally managed to lift her head and angrily demand, "What was that about?"
    He was totally insouciant, totally unashamed. "That's one of the old rules, isn't it? The hero gets to kiss the girl he just saved."
    Eden made a dramatic gesture of wiping the back of her hand across her mouth. "You didn't save me."
    "I saved your car."
    "Then kiss the car."
    She slid past him and had the car started and in gear by the time he got into the passenger's seat. "Fasten your seat belt." She hated that desire seethed in her as much as anger, and her voice sounded rough with emotion. "Where to?"
    "Somewhere dark."

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