A Tale of Two Vampires (Dark Ones, #10)
Time isn’t always on a vampire’s side.... Iolanthe Tennyson has had a very bad year—due in part to the very bad men in her life. So she’s accepted her cousin’s invitation to spend the summer in Austria to indulge her photography hobby. Rumors of a haunted forest there draw Iolanthe into the dark... show more
Time isn’t always on a vampire’s side.... Iolanthe Tennyson has had a very bad year—due in part to the very bad men in her life. So she’s accepted her cousin’s invitation to spend the summer in Austria to indulge her photography hobby. Rumors of a haunted forest there draw Iolanthe into the dark woods—and into the eighteenth century.... Nikola Czerny is a cursed man, forced by his half brothers to live forever as a Dark One. But his miserable existence takes an intriguing turn when a strange, babbling woman is thrown in his path. Iolanthe claims to know Nikola’s daughter—three hundred years in the future. She also knows what fate—in the form of his murderous half brothers—has in store for him. If only she knew the consequences of changing the past to save one good, impossibly sexy vampire...
Publish date: September 4th 2012
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Time Travel
Series: Dark Ones (#10)
Great series by a great writer. More books to is series than the 2 above. This series keeps me laughing. Love it!
Die junge Amerikanerin Iolanthe (die es vorzieht, 'Io' genannt zu werden, vielen Dank!), hat eine wirklich besch...eidene Zeit hinter sich: sie hat kurz hintereinander Wohnung und Job verloren und bläst Trübsal. Ein ausgedehnter Besuch bei ihrer heißgeliebten Tante Gretl in Österreich scheint ihr ge...
(Deutsche Kritik weiter unten)Time-travel, vampires and unstoppable romanceIolanthe (who prefers to be called Io, thank you very much) really, truly hasn't had the best of times lately: she's lost her flat and her job in short succession, no thanks to the men in her life.Visiting her beloved cousin ...
Ok, first off, I took time out to do a reread of The Hobbit, which took forever this time (possibly because suddenly I was acutely aware at how unlikable most of the cast really was - the dwarves' constant grumbling got on my nerves and being beaten over the head about Bilbo's homesickness made ME w...
MacAlister is my go to author for hilarity and hijinks! Her books are funny, witty and full of snark; which describes this book perfectly! Loved it!
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