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    11/07/2006
    Kiss of the Wolf by Morgan Hawke
    mine mine mine

    Steampunk Gothic Erotica
    KISS of the WOLF
    Morgan Hawke
    ~ A Werewolf in the Vampire Court ~


    1877 - The Dead are Walking


    Someone gave the Turks, a human government, the means of making the dead walk a forbidden magic, and it’s been spreading across the Eastern European countryside like wildfire. The Penumbral Court, the hidden world of magic, has been cleansing the plagued towns by the only known means of stopping the dead from walking – fire. But the source, the maker of the hideous spell, is yet undiscovered.



    Thorn Ferrell, a courier for the US Secret service, and a werewolf, is sent to Europe at the dawn of the Turko-Russian war. All she has to do is deliver a package and her term of service is finally over.

    Yaroslav once Prince of Luske during the dark ages, is a vampire. Driven from his home by a plague of the walking dead, Yaroslav is determined to discover who made the dead walk – and why.

    In a cave high in the Carpathian mountains, werewolf and vampire meet, and embrace for a fleeting moment of peace. She flees in the sunlight to continue her mission, but the vampire is determined to keep his newfound lover. During her journey Thorn comes face to face with her past, in the form of Max, a werewolf made by the same man that made her, the Doctor. However, unlike her, this werewolf is insane.

    And the Horror has come to town.

    Fleeing the other werewolf, and the walking dead, Thorn finds her vampire lover in big trouble. It seems that the Penumbral Court thinks thay Yaroslav, a powerful mage in his own right, is the culprit behind the plague of walking dead. Thorn is Fedhor’s only proof that there is another mage, an unknown sorcerer, doing forbidden magic.

    In the mean time...
    The sorcerer wants his werewolf back.

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    10 Comments:
    1. Holy crap! That cover doesn't leave anything to the imagination, does it?

      *looks again*

      *and again*

      And it says the magic word: steampunk.

      By Blogger meljean brook, at 8/21/2006 01:41:00 PM  

    2. Steampunk's good. Very very good. *happy dance*

      And to be fair, I like the picture they used for the cover, but the font!!!! It's not horrendous, but really... Gold? On that cover? They just ruined it!

      By Blogger Milady Insanity, at 8/21/2006 03:55:00 PM  

    3. I love the cover, and I can't wait to read it, it sounds great.

      By Blogger Kris, at 8/21/2006 06:16:00 PM  

    4. Uh, Kristie probably blacked out when she saw this cover and that's why she missed the most recent Derek Craven review ;)


      Milady Insanity - yeah, the gold lettering ruined the gothic feel of the cover.

      CindyS

      By Blogger CindyS, at 8/21/2006 10:56:00 PM  

    5. Now how did you score this one?

      And I'm with you Meljean, next to cyberpunk, steampunk is the next best thing.

      Nice score, Sybil :P

      By Blogger Angela James, at 11/07/2006 04:59:00 PM  

    6. Ooooh...I'm intrigued! I've enjoyed the couple of Morgan Hawke things I've read. Another addition to the list!

      By Blogger C2, at 11/07/2006 05:16:00 PM  

    7. Cuz I am such a sweet girl

      ::bats eyes::

      I was prepared to beg though cuz there is no shame in my game.

      By Blogger sybil, at 11/07/2006 06:53:00 PM  

    8. That is the most horrible cover I've seen in awhile. lol. Her ass is just nasty looking!

      By Blogger Jazz, at 11/08/2006 09:05:00 AM  

    9. As someone who was LUCKY enough to test read this book. This is a definite keeper! IT IS FABULOUS :) Morgan has definitely out done herself.

      By Blogger Erin the Innocent, at 11/08/2006 11:58:00 PM  

    10. Erin you lucky.....damn it. I read the excerpt on her site and this sounds intriguing. Can't wait. What a cover!!

      By Blogger Rosie, at 11/09/2006 12:50:00 AM  

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