Night Fires

By Karen Harbaugh
(Dell, Mass Market Paperback, 9780553584189, 384pp.)

Publication Date: December 2, 2003

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Enter a midnight world of dark seduction and unquenchable desire, of sinful pleasure and breathtaking intrigue—where amid the flames of war and the immortal thirst of two irresistible lovers, an alliance is born that would burn forever....

NIGHT FIRES

Beautiful and damned, Simone de la Fer roamed the French nights as a vampire. A reluctant immortal, she thought she’d never again taste the bittersweet pleasures of mortal love—until she met an enigmatic human spy she found impossible to resist. Haunted by his own violent past, Michael Corday arrived from England on a secret mission. On a starlit highway he found his life changed forever by a creature of the night unlike any he’d ever encountered. Unable to deny their destiny, they traveled together through the
Parisian underworld on a dangerously erotic journey to right a terrible wrong—even as they were stalked by a merciless hunter intent on destroying them. For theirs was a passion so taboo, it had been forbidden by human and vampire alike; so sinful, it could only be paradise. And they would risk eternal damnation to taste it just once again...




About the Author

Karen Harbaugh lives in the Pacific Northwest with a wonderful husband and an alarmingly
intelligent son. She has found that being a romance writer, wife, and mother to be more
challenging than being a freelance technical writer or a Quality Assurance Analyst for a major HMO.
On the other hand, she does enjoy challenges, and spinning tales for profit allows her to wear
multicolored socks and Birkenstocks while she works, which is a definite plus.

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