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June blooms with love and intrigue

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He's DANGEROUS. She's DETERMINED. Their relationship is COMPLICATED

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They give a whole new meaning to attorney-client privilege.

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Sometimes you have to break a family to fix it.

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When a child god goes missing, can two enemies unite to find her?

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In the land of goblins, humans are a fairy tale…

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Sparks fly between an L.A. career woman and a former Army Ranger in this delightful enemies-to-lovers romance

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How secrets and differences can break—or bind—a family.

Mona Lisa Darkening by Sunny


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Also by Sunny :

Mona Lisa Three, April 2011
e-Book (reprint)
Mona Lisa Eclipsing, April 2011
Trade Size
Lucinda, Dangerously, October 2009
Mona Lisa Darkening, January 2009
Mona Lisa Craving, January 2008
Trade Size
On The Prowl, August 2007
Lucinda, Darkly, August 2007
Trade Size
Skin on Skin, July 2007
Mona Lisa Blossoming, February 2007
Trade Size
Over The Moon, January 2007
Trade Size
Mona Lisa Awakening, September 2006
Trade Size
The Hard Stuff, January 2006
Trade Size

Mona Lisa Darkening

Children of the Moon #4
January 2009
On Sale: January 6, 2009
Featuring: Mona Lisa
304 pages
ISBN: 0425226476
EAN: 9780425226476
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Romance Erotica Sensual | Paranormal

On the vernal equinox, Mona Lisa is taken against her will to NetherHell, the cursed realm of the damned. In this place, she will be torn from both within and without by desire, love, and ecstasy. And when her first love crosses the boundaries of the world to rescue her, she must choose her own destiny—before others choose it for her.


5 comments posted.

Re: Mona Lisa Darkening

A great blog post! I did leave a comment on the blog.
(LuAnn Morgan 11:44am January 8, 2009)

I prefer print books, but I do have a wide variety of e-books on my computer. I download them in pdf format, which works well for me.
LuAnn Morgan 11:45am January 8, 2009)

I don't blog or have a google account because I don't know much about them. So I can't enter alot of contests. I'm not sure what the difference is between mass market paperback and trade books. I just buy paperback books. I have one ebook thanks to Kimber Chin, but I still prefer paperbacks. Thanks Sunny for your blog even though I can't enter your contest for the lack of my knowledge. (If you even see this comment. Keep on writing).
Brenda Waters 2:16pm January 8, 2009)

I prefer reading the actual book. You can curl up on the couch or I will read in bed before going to sleep. Sure this can also be don via e-books but just not for me
Pam Alderson 6:13pm January 8, 2009)

I prefer print books. Mass market
paperbacks are OK, but I work at a
library and hardcovers or trade
paperbacks are best for us to put on the
Patricia Barraclough 12:53pm January 12, 2009)

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