Great book! 2 stories in one. Makes me want to explore the universe and look for Xanthia.
I really enjoyed this book. I felt like was standing beside the heroin as the action happened.
Two books in one, both light and dark.
Two very different paranormal love stories are contained in this book. In "Sunlight", a mystery writer is drawn to a spooky house where she meets an alien who has crash landed on Earth. In "Moonlight", a vampire who had been a prisoner caged from birth searches the centuries for love. Both stories have the requisite amount of uncertainty for the main characters to overcome - the outside forces pulling them apart, their own doubts and uncertainties - but the overall story leads to the expected conclusion.
2 great love stories. Amanda Ashley doesn't disappoint.
Two books in one. Not my favorite author, but a good read to get lost into for a couple hours. The first story is the better of the two.
He came from across the universe- a tawny, powerful stranger more perfect than any mere mortal. Yet when Micahcrash-landed on earth, not even his boundless strength could help him resist the temptations of one stuning beauty. Trapped on a world not his own, tracked by enemies ben on destroying him, Micah fought to preserve his very life even as he ached to claim the love that would take him to heaven and beyond.
Long had Navaree dwelt in darkness, yearning to end his cursed solitude. A vampre doomed to eternal night, he had searched through the ages for a woman brave enough to desire him, a lover bold enough to embrace him. And when Navaree at last found her, he swre that together they would savor the joys of undying ecstasy and surrender the dawn.
Two stories that are as different as day and night, with two heroes as different as dawn and dusk. The sun shines on Micah, a powerful stranger more perfect than any mortal, whose adventures lead to his crash on earth. And in the darkness there is Navarre, a vampire yearning to end his cursed solitude.
Note: The title and author are the same, but the cover picture on my book is different. Published and copyright Jan. 1997.