Hungers of the Heart

Hungers of the Heart

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When fellow Guardian Gabriel is taken hostage by an old enemy, Drake finds himself in Baltimore, alone, facing a European delegation of Killer vampires who do not hesitate when they see a delectable human morsel.Drake's only hope of salvaging the situation is the Seigneur's concubine Faith - an unwilling vampire fledgling - and her sixteen-year-old human sister. Then someone begins killing the members of the European vampire delegation and Drake is held responsible. Now Drake and Faith must track down the real Killer, or lose their chance at love...forever.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 106.68 x 170.18 x 30.48mm | 181.44g
  • St Martin's Press
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0765357186
  • 9780765357182
  • 259,220

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Jenna Black has crafted a fine story with Watchers in the Night. She supplies deft handling of plot, characters, and genre, and I enjoyed the novel tremendously. I see many more fascinating novels coming from this author in the future! New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heather Graham You'll want to bare your throat to Jenna Black's enthralling heroes. This cleverly plotted romantic tale will leave you hungry for more! Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author of One Night With a Prince on Watchers in the Night "show more

About Jenna Black

Author Jenna Black writes paranormal romance books and young adult novels, including Shadowspell and Watchers in the Night, which was nominated for the 2006 Paranormal Excellence in Romantic Literature (PEARL) award. She's your typical writer: an experience junkie. Once upon a time, she dreamed she would be the next Jane Goodall, camping in the bush and making fabulous discoveries about primate behavior. She went to Duke University to study physical anthropology. Then, during her senior year, she made a shocking discovery: primates spend something like 80% of their time doing such exciting things as sleeping and eating. Narrowly escaping the boring life of a primatologist, she moved on to such varied pastimes as grooming dogs and writing technical documentation. Among her other experiences: ballroom dancing, traveling to all seven continents--yes, even Antarctica--becoming a Life Master in Bridge, and singing in a barbershop chorus.show more