Book 10 in Maggie Shayne's Bestselling Wings in the Night Series
Vixen is unlike any other vampire. A fox shapeshifter who was turnedwhile in human form, she's a valuable curiosity to the rogue vampiresholding her captive. When she's rescued by Seth, himself only newlyturned, she's grateful but uninterested in staying to help him and hisfriends on their mission to eradicate the rogues. All she wants is torun free, to assume her fox form and revel in her wildness.
But Seth can't stop thinking about her, and despite herself, she can'tstop thinking about him. Soon she finds herself allied with Seth andthe others to take down Gregor, the vicious rogue leader. But with apotential traitor in their midst and Seth unaware of her animalalter-ego, the dangers facing her, body and soul, may be more thanthis wild child and her heart can take.
Don't miss a single title in Maggie Shayne's Wings in the Nightseries:
Twilight Illusions, with bonus novella “Beyond Twilight”
Born in Twilight, with bonus novella “Twilight Vows”
Embrace the Twilight, with bonus novella “Run from Twilight”
Edge of Twilight
Blue Twilight, with bonus novella “Before Blue Twilight”
Prince of Twilight
Bloodline, with bonus novella “Vampires in Paradise”
The latest from bestseller Shayne (Prince of Twilight) is an interesting, inventive tale of vampires with a world that's almost too fully realized, occasionally suffering from plot overload. Before he became a vampire, Reaper worked for the CIA; now he works solo, as a hired assassin. Reaper's latest commission is the rogue vampire Gregor, who along with his followers is leaving a trail of blood-drained corpses that may, if unchecked, reveal the carefully hidden world of vampires to the blissfully unsuspecting mortal masses. Complicating Reaper's mission is Seth, a newly turned vampire he's compelled to bring along on his assignment. Unfortunately for the self-proclaimed "lone wolf," that opens the door to other unwanted partners: Roxy, a Wicca healer; the vampiress Topaz; and a shape-shifter called Vixen, each of whom has her own reasons for wanting Gregor stopped. Shayne crafts a convincing world, tweaking vampire legends just enough to draw fresh blood. Though her attention to a number of subplots can frustrate, they'll also suck in an audience for the inevitable sequel.