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Also by Patti O'Shea:

In The Darkest Night, April 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Edge Of Dawn, July 2009
Mass Market Paperback
In Twilight's Shadow, June 2008
Mass Market Paperback
In the Midnight Hour, August 2007
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Shards of Crimson, January 2007
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Eternal Nights, August 2006
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Ravyn's Flight, August 2006
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Through a Crimson Veil, October 2005
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The Power of Two, November 2004
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In Twilight's Shadow
Patti O'Shea

Light Warriors #2
Tor Books
June 2008
On Sale: June 3, 2008
Featuring: Creed Blackwood; Maia Frasier
384 pages
ISBN: 0765355809
EAN: 9780765355805
Mass Market Paperback
$6.99
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Romance Paranormal | Paranormal

In the latest Light Warriors novel from O'Shea (In the Midnight Hour), Creed Blackwood remains a demon hunter, and he is plagued by the temptations of the dark side. Seth, a demon far more powerful than any Creed has encountered, unsuccessfully tempted Maia Frasier: she stole some of Seth's power before forsaking her own power and giving up demon hunting. Enraged, Seth vows to destroy Maia the best way he knows how-by attacking her powerful sister, Ryne, and stealing her power. Creed shows up on Maia's door, injured and in need of assistance. Maia, despite having no magic, determines to help him and to do anything to save her sister from harm. The plot tends toward involution, but Maia is a strong, realistically vulnerable heroine, and gruff Creed melts almost immediately.

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