Tempting Evil - Keri Arthur Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553588478 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Keri Arthur / Mass Market Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2007-02-27 by Dell Publishing Company
Newest Review: ... Rhoan and vampire / werewolf hybrids - generally known as Dhampires, the strengths of both, without the weaknesses. Rhoan is ... more
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by - written on 17/03/09 (Useful, 14 readings)
Tempting Evil was released in April 2007, (£6.99), the third in Keri Arthurs series. Riley has always played by here own rules - well shes not like anyone else out there, apart from her twin brother. Riley and Rhoan and vampire / werewolf hybrids - generally known as Dhampires, the strengths of both, without the weaknesses. Rhoan is already a Guardian, and Rileys boss is still trying to get her to become a fully fledged guardian, and getting closer each day! To get her life back, Riley must delve deeper into Rhoans work, to help not only herself but others who are being held by a delusional madman hell bent on securing Riley for his gene research. ... Read the complete review
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