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Rediscover a thrilling world of immortals and intrigue in this classic paranormal romantic suspense, only from New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham.
Yes, there are vampires in America; Mark Davidson knows it. And what city is more likely to be stalked by them than New Orleans?
But Lauren Crow doesn’t believe in vampires. Not at first. She and her friends are spending a bachelorette weekend in the Big Easy—all fun and games until a fortune-teller predicts a gruesome death. And until Lauren meets Mark, whom she finds absolutely compelling…and quite possibly crazy. He prowls the city by night, searching out vampires. Mark is as drawn to Lauren as she is to him, and not just because she’s the image of his murdered fiancée. His obsession with tracking down his lover’s killer is part of a vendetta that goes even deeper than grief over his lost love.
As Lauren wrestles with desire and disbelief, sinister shadows lengthen over New Orleans.Vampires. They’re threatening Lauren and her friends. And they’re about to end the city’s truce between the living and the undead!
Originally published in 2007
Graham's latest is an entertaining vampire yarn set in post-Katrina New Orleans, where three women Lauren, Heidi and Deanna have turned up for a carefree bachelorette weekend. Once there a fortune teller shows Lauren a crystal ball image of a man calling her by name and promising "a world of blood and death and darkness." The vision, unseen by her friends, puts Lauren on her guard, convinced that someone is following her. She's doubly right: an evil vampire named Stephen is on her trail, having seen in Lauren the visage of his lost love, while a vampire hunter named Mark Davidson is on Stephen's. Soon, Lauren falls in with Mark, counting on him to protect her from the single-minded bloodsucker; as she learns more about the vampire underworld, however, she finds things aren't all they seem. This quick, dirty read makes great use of its New Orleans backdrop and its allusive story line patched together skillfully from pieces of Bram Stoker's original and its consequent reinterpretations though fans already steeped in vamp lit may find its charms don't outweigh its predictability.