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Spying on a vampire easy enough, but Megan doesn't count on just how sexy-and powerful-he is. When Dante first sees the sexy werewolf checking him out, he's intrigued. Werecreatures usually give him and his buddy Duncan, the fey knight, a wide berth, but this woman is different. Very different. They must overcome plots and poison to find their destiny, but will they be able to find a forever love?
A forbidden union forged in love-and tempered in hellfire.
One last task and Megan will be free of the debt of honor owed by her family. Spying on Dante, a powerful vampire with questionable friends, sounds simple enough. But her mission is complicated by the fact she's got something every vampire wants-tangy, powerful, werewolf blood.
It's easy to capture his attention. The hard part will be getting out with her heart-and soul-intact. Not to mention her life, thanks to a crazed bomber.
Dante isn't the kind to forgive or forget easily, especially the grudge he holds against werewolves. Still, he is instantly drawn to the injured lone wolf in his care. When he and his friend Duncan treat her wounds, they discover something that marks her as much more than she seems.
That mark is a neon sign warning to be careful, but Dante can't help himself. He wants her and nothing will stand in his way. Not her species. Not his. Not the strange woman who keeps trying to kill him.
Not even the magical poison in Megan's blood...
Warning: This book contains sexual healing, menage a trois and quatre, hot sexy vampires, an irresistible fey warrior and a lone wolf bitch on the prowl.
The Inferno describes Dante's journey through Hell, guided by the ancient Roman poet Virgil.
critics consensus Senselessly frantic and altogether shallow, Inferno sends the Robert Langdon trilogy spiraling to a convoluted new low.
noun, plural in·fer·nos. hell; the infernal regions.
Written during what is now called his "Inferno crisis", it is filled with what often sounds like fever dreams. Strindberg is stricken with hubris.