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by Maggie Shayne

eBook Twilight Phantasies (Silhouette Shadows) (Silhouette Intrigue) ePub
Author: Maggie Shayne
Language: English
ISBN: 0373270186
ISBN13: 978-0373270187
Publisher: Silhouette; First Edition edition (September 1, 1993)
Category: Paranormal
Subcategory: Romance
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 639
Formats: lit lrf rtf mbr
ePub file: 1991 kb
Fb2 file: 1369 kb

RITA Award winning, New York Times bestselling author Maggie Shayne has published over 50 novels, including mini-series Wings in the Night (vampires), Secrets of Shadow Falls (suspense) and The Portal (witchcraft). A Wiccan High Priestess, tarot reader, advice columnist and former soap opera writer, Maggie lives in Cortland County, NY, with soulmate Lance and their furry family.

Maggie Shayne (born Margaret Benson) is an American author of more than 50 romance and paranormal novels. She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Romance Writers of America RITA Award. In addition to her work as a novelist, Shayne is active in the Wiccan religion, and is the High Priestess of a coven she founded. Maggie Shayne was born and raised in a rural area near Syracuse, New York.

Twilight Phantasies book. Mass Market Paperback, Silhouette Shadows 256 pages. Published October 1st 1993 by Silhouette Books. 0373270186 (ISBN13: 9780373270187).

Twilight Phantasies, . Part of Wings in the Night series by Maggie Shayne. The stub of a tallow candle balanced on a ledge of cold stone, its flame casting odd, lively shadows. The smell of burning tallow wasn't a pleasant one, but far more pleasant than the other aromas hanging heavily all around him. Damp, musty air.

Twilight Phantasies (Silhouette Shadows) (Silhouette Intrigue). Maggie Shayne's Twilight Memories re-introduces Roland de Courtemanche, a 1000-year-old vampire who first appeared in Twilight Phantasies

Twilight Phantasies (Silhouette Shadows) (Silhouette Intrigue). Maggie Shayne's Twilight Memories re-introduces Roland de Courtemanche, a 1000-year-old vampire who first appeared in Twilight Phantasies. In this book, Roland is living in France with his young charge, Jamey Bryant, while Rhiannon, an ble, beautiful, reckless 2000-year-old vampire romantically pursues him. I just love Maggie Shayne's "Twilight for big girls" series. I have had most of the series for a while, but did not read them until recently when I finally found the first books in the series. Great stories, just sad that there will be no more.

Books related to Embrace The Twilight (Mills & Boon Silhouette). More by Maggie Shayne. Twilight Phantasies (Mills & Boon Nocturne).

Sourced quotations by the American Novelist Maggie Shayne. Twilight Phantasies (Silhouette Shadows) (Silhouette Intrigue) (Shadows.

Silhouette is unlike anything you've witnessed before. With Silhouette, you have ultimate control over the realm of shadows. You can take a shadow and pluck it into reality. With a simple shadow, Tobias Dostal creates a moment so pure, so impossible, and so visceral that it could start a religion. Simply put, Silhouette gives you the uncanny ability to manipulate and interact with shadows. You can freeze your shadow in time.

In two centuries of living death, Eric Marquand had never once cried out against the cruel fate that had condemned him to walk forever in shadow. But then, he found the woman he knew was his chosen one--and understood that to possess her was to destroy her...

Tamara Dey trembled at the aura of dread and despair that enshrouded this creature of the night. And yet, against all reason, she saw clearly that her destiny was eternally entwined with his, and that she must know--even welcome--the terror and the splendor of the vampire's kiss...

For centuries, loneliness has haunted them from dusk till dawn. Yet now, from out of the darkness, shines the light of eternal life...eternal love.

This book is.... odd. It's sort of creepy that Eric has known the heroine since she was a child and is lusting after her now after having watched her grow up. And Eric.... I'm sorry, but I can't take a vampire named Eric seriously. I feel the entire telepathy thing is entirely overdone... how convenient, to always know everything someone else is thinking. I was really hoping to like this because I want to get into another series with a lot of books, but I just couldn't.
A good, fast - paced read!
This is probably the best in the Shadows series, and certainly the hardest to find. Purchasing it completed my collection of all the Silhouette Shadows releases.
It was a lil predictable but it was great all the same , can't wait to get started on the next one in the series
Maggie Shayne is an awesome writer! I'm never disappointed with anything she writes.
I enjoy Maggie Shayne's creativity and sense of fun. She has a sense of adventure and romance. I will continue to read her books and recommend them to friends and family
Looking around for a new series. Saw that this one had a ton of books so I figured I would give it a try.

It is a little odd. **spoiler alert**
The female lead is a little strange. She simply allows herself to drift along in her own life. What 26 year old woman lives with a guardian at that age? She has a job that is never clearly explained. It is not clear why she does that job other than it is the same place her guardian works and seems central to the story. She went to college...for what? She seems weak and ineffective just sort of drifting from one male lead characture thoughts or suggestions to another male lead's thoughts or suggestions. she is not a real person at all.

There is very little attempt to explain the world within which these charactures operate. How do they live? How are they connected? Where do they get their money? How do they remain safe? Are they alone? How do they travel? What is the DPI? How does it exist? Why does it exist? Who is her guardian? What is his motivation?

Author provides a little shading, clearly wanting some of the issues to remain murkey for suspense reasons, but it makes it difficult to make judgements or understand motivations.

Then there are simply some common sense issues. Female lead goes to male leads home. He is a vampire. Dead to the world during the day. She manages to stumble across his fence and then use a nail file...yeah, a nail file, to pick the lock (?) of his front door. That is just stupid.

First she went there to see if he was awake during the day. If she is still laboring under the idea that he is just a guy being harrassed by her guardian, then why on earth would she hope the fence and break into his house? There is no discussion of ringing a bell or some kind of intercom. Just odd. Who does that?

Additionally, why does he not have staff? How does he stay safe during the day?

Second, why kind of "infalliable" security system allows an intruder to pick the lock with a nail file? Dumb.

Finally, as usual..after being caught in his home, she just drifts through the encounter.

The whole thing is messy, full of plot holes and annoying charactures. I am still reading, but not sure I will continue on with any of the other books.
Great read
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