|Publisher:||Berkley Pub Group|
|Publish Date:||Aug 2003|
|Number of Pages:||352|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||1.0|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||4.14 x 0.98 x 6.9|
Bestselling paranormal romance author Christine Feehan was born in California. Since 1999 she has published over 40 works, including the popular Dark, Drake Sisters, Ghostwalkers, and Leopard series. She also wrote a manga comic, Dark Hunger, which was released in October 2007. Dark Prince, her first novel, won three Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature in 1999, and she has received seven more for her other books. She also won two Golden Leaf Awards, the Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times Magazine for Contemporary New Reality, the 2004 RIO Award of Excellence, and the Borders 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Peter Whitney is the driving force behind a new government experiment aimed at enhancing the psychic abilities of a select group of volunteers in order to turn them into secret and lethal military weapons. But the experiment goes wrong, and some of the GhostWalkers, the men in the experiment, are dying. Dr. Whitney brings his telepathic genius daughter, Lily, to the lab so that she can help assess the situation.
However, before they can exchange notes, Dr. Whitney is killed, and as Lily links minds with him for one last time, he tells her to free the prisoners, find his secret lab, and destroy his work. Working to right her father's wrongs, Lily joins forces and minds with the highly telepathic Capt. Ryland Miller, one of the GhostWalkers, and finds a passion neither can deny. One of the best current voices in the darker paranormal romance sub genre, Feehan has begun another series that, while lacking the fantasy feel of her Carpathian romances, is equally intense, sensual, and mesmerizing and might appeal especially to fans of futuristic romances. Known for her vampire tales, Feehan (Dark Symphony) is a rising star in paranormal romance; she lives in northern California.
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