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Crimson Dreams

By: Margaret L. Carter | Other books by Margaret L. Carter
Published By: Amber Quill Press, LLC
Published: Dec 01, 2003
ISBN # 1592791751
Word Count: 69,000
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Categories: Romance>Vampires Romance>Fantasy


Crimson Dreams by Margaret L. Carter - Romance>Vampires eBook

The summer when Heather was eighteen, her dream beast's nightly visits warded off loneliness and swept her away in flights of ecstasy. Now, returning to the mountains to sell her dead parents' vacation cabin, she finds her "beast" again. But he turns out to be more than a dream, and she is not the only woman who craves his kiss.

Devin's first love, centuries in the past, died horribly because of her devotion to him. Does he dare to expose another mortal woman to that risk?
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"...This was a fascinating book, with a slightly different kind of vampire for a hero."
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"...This was a fun little tale, one that was thoroughly enjoyable to read. The characters are interesting."
...A rustle in the underbrush drew her attention. She picked her way down the slope. As her eyes grew accustomed to the moonlight, she made out a shape crouched under a bush.

For a second, the creature looked inhuman. A lupine muzzle contorted in a snarl. Then the apparition melted into the face of a man with crimson, glowing eyes.

Ted was right, I am seeing things! Trembling, she edged closer. Trick of the light, that's all. "Hey," she called in a shaky voice. "Are you hurt?"

"Go away!"

The voice certainly sounded human. She glimpsed dragging movement, as if he unsuccessfully tried to stand.

"No, you are hurt. I'd better get some help."

"No!" The snarl in his voice paralyzed her. "It's only my leg, thanks to your quick action. The doe is right over there." She heard him drag in a rasping breath before he continued. "Its neck is broken. Bring it to me."


"Do it!"

His voice compelled her. She didn't stop to question again until she leaned over the still-warm body a few yards away. What does he want with the deer? And why am I doing this? she wondered as she grasped the animal's forelegs and dragged it closer to the injured man.

As soon as she came within the man's reach, he grabbed the animal and shoved her away. "Stay back—not safe—" He rolled over and buried his face in the doe's belly.

What's he doing? Is he some kind of maniac? In spite of his warning, she tiptoed nearer and knelt down, trying to see what he was doing. After several minutes, he raised his head. She saw a dark stain around his mouth…

Crimson Dreams

By: Margaret L. Carter