Marguerite braved the dangerous streets of Paris in order to steal from wealthy men, all to fund her plan of escape to the new world, planning to save not only herself, but also her cousin Callia from the monster with whom they were living. She was well known to the police, who had given her the nickname Le Voleur D’Or, The Golden Thief. Unbeknownst to Marguerite, she was observed one night by Kane Bordeaux, and Kane decided to set a trap for her, wearing his most ostentatious jewelry and attending the social affairs he usually avoided, until finally he spotted her at a dance.
Kane was thrilled to have located Le Voleur D’Or after weeks of searching, but as they danced, he realized he had developed strong feelings for the beautiful woman. Even after she stole his ruby-encrusted pocket watch, he still wanted her, and he followed her as she silently slipped away from the dance, catching her with his watch, along with other trinkets she had stolen that evening. Kane was wildly attracted to Marguerite, but was reluctant to reveal his true status as a Night Walker, an ancient god, feeling that she would be horrified.
Marguerite’s struggles to survive her existence as the companion to a violent vampire demonstrate that she is a strong woman and explain her initial wariness of Kane. Kane’s lonely life as an immortal had been tested in many ways but he had avoided entanglements with humans until meeting Marguerite. This book is full of passion and emotion, with plenty of intrigue and action, and held my interest throughout.
- e-book, digital format
- Publisher: Entangled Publishing (September 28, 2012)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009J7PC4O
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