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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed Out of the Darkness (Harlequin Superromance, No 626) on
In the fifteenth century he had been a man -- in the twentieth, he was a vampire.
Miguel Rivera had sworn revenge on the creature who had made him less than a man. Then he met nurse Karen Freed, who reawakened all the best parts of his latent humanity. But Miguel knew he was putting her at risk--and not only from himself. His old enemy Baltazar took an unholy interest in all Miguel's affairs.
Karen was a fighter, though. She believed in Miguel. She believed he could be cured of his "condition," that they could find a way to have a life together. But she hadn't reckoned on Baltazar, who was determined to thwart Miguel--and Karen--till the end of time.