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   Pariah, by T. H. Pine  
 
  Novel, first publication in April 2007
 
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      What started out as lovemaking for Angelina and Egon quickly degenerated into a struggle for her very life. Egon lunged forward, attempting to latch on to her neck. Fortunately, she was strong enough to hold him off for awhile. But, she was losing the battle. Shattered by the disappearance of his mother, Andross enters a period of self-discovery. In another part of the world, Justine comes to grips with her self-imposed exile. These two personal struggles play opposite the lives of the blended desert community of ex-vampires. Among them are two amazing creatures, Justin and Karla—fraternal twins—Andross’s own children. Together, they embody the possibilities of their unique heritage. In this, the third book of the Dawn of the Blood Moon trilogy, the arrival of unexpected strangers—and a familiar, evil presence—threaten to destroy all that has been achieved. Andross and his unique family are called upon once again to oppose forces almost beyond their ken—and preserve a heritage borne out of conflict and rebirth.

     
     
      Part of series  
     
     
  • Dawn of the Blood Moon (#2)

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      Related theme(s)  
     
     
  • Gone Missing - Abductions - Kidnapping - Hostages
  • Horror - Terror
  • Vampires - Vampirism

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