Lanie Weber leads a double life. A librarian by day, she
also volunteers for the fire department -- a little dose of
adventure to remind her of her days traveling around the
world with her father. When Lanie's father is killed while
doing research in the Amazon jungle, Lanie can't believe it
and insists on seeing his body for herself.
A retired Navy SEAL, Mac Knight now runs his own charter
airline. He's unhappy about having to fly some chick
through the Amazon jungle, but money is money. When Mac and
Lanie arrive at the research lab where her father worked,
his body and that of another man that was killed with him
have gone missing. Confusion abounds as they search for the
bodies, and when they find a very strange surveillance
video and an even stranger statue, Lanie has to expand her
theories of what has happened.
The Chupacabra is supposed to be a mythical creature that's
a statue by day and a blood-sucking vampire at night. Lanie
and Mac find out the hard way how real the Chupacabra is
when Mac is bitten. As they fight to keep Mac alive and to
find Lanie's father, their love grows. But will Mac's ever
increasing urge to suck her blood send Lanie running?
I really enjoyed OUT OF THE NIGHT -- a great vampire story
that defies your expectations. It's a lot of fun, and I
highly recommend it.
Lanie Weber isn't afraid of danger. As a volunteer
firefighter, this seemingly mild-mannered librarian has
faced life-or-death situations before-and survived. But she
has no idea what's waiting for her in the dark Amazon
jungles‚Ä¶in the staring eyes of a mysterious statue‚Ä¶and in
the strong arms of a seductive stranger.
OUT OF THE SHADOWS
Veteran pilot Mac Knight has vowed to help Lanie find out
what has happened to her scientist father. But at Dr.
Weber's secret research lab, they find only five dead
bodies-and a bloodsucking creature believed to live solely
in legends. The nightmare, however, is real. When Mac is
attacked and bitten, Lanie fights to keep him alive. When
he presses his lips to her throat, she yields to his touch.
And when his teeth graze her flesh, she hungers for more‚Ä¶