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Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
Release Date: April 23, 2004
ISBN: 1-58608-430-5
Format Reviewed: e-book
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Genre: Paranormal romance
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Amanda Kimbrell
Reviewer Notes: Graphic violence; explicit sexual content 

Daughter of Darkness
By Mandy M. Roth

     Gwyneth Stevens likes her life and her job--even if she does work for her ex-fiancé. Then she meets Pallo, a vampire with the hottest body this side of the underworld, and Caleb, the average drop dead gorgeous fey, and her nice tame world has turned a complete one-eighty. Suddenly Gwyn has her hands full, juggling a series of homicides, a parcel of vampires with hellhounds and more hormones than any woman can possibly handle. Gwyn must hurry to solve murders of unnatural ferocity before the murderer comes after her, while she tries to sort out the problem of why her heart and body start beating out a wild tempo every time she comes near these two luscious men.

      “Hot-blooded with lots of extras” just barely describes this new novel containing murder, mystery and romance just edging this side of erotic. Mandy M. Roth combines great characters and awesome story lines to create a wonderful, on-the-edge-of-your-seat read.