Private Demon: A Novel of the Darkyn - Lynn Viehl Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451217055 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Lynn Viehl / Mass Market Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2005-10-04 by ... more
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Private Demon is the second book in Lynn Viehl's "paranormal romance" Darkyn series. Back in February I read the first book and hated it but I was so curious to see what was going to happen next (and had already bought the entire series) that I decided to at least give the next book a try. -Plot- This book is set seven months after If Angel's Burn and the plot continues from that book, so unfortunately if you want to read this one you'll probably need to read the first one before doing so. Alexandra Keller, newly turned vampire and doctor, is still researching the cause of vampirism in an attempt to find a cure. Her partner and leader of ... Read the complete review
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