Fangs for the MemorieseBook - 2005
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It is the day before Christmas Eve and two hundred year old vampire Rhys enters a seedy bar seeking oblivion. While he drinks away his sorrows, in walks Jane an innocent who sticks out in this dive. A customer hits on her and Jane is so innocent she accepts the drinks he keeps buying for her. When she leaves he follows her and attacks her but Rhys stops him. When Jane goes back to her hotel, Rhys drinks from her attacker and is then attacked by his brother, Christian who believes Rhys was the cause of his lover's destruction.
Jane returns to the area and Christian takes away her memory of seeing Rhys unconscious and him being on the scene. Sebastian, Rhys's other brother finds both of them and brings them to his home. Rhys' wakes and it seems he has amnesia, he believes it it two hundred years earlier and believes he is betrothed to Jane and has no the memory that he is a vampire. Sebastian encourages his delusion believing that Jane can make Rhys very happy. The two fall love, neither knowing what Rhys really is but Christen is out there, waiting to destroy Jane and make his brother suffer.
Kathy Love has done the impossible: come up with an original idea for a vampire romance. She creates a situation that leaves the hero with amnesia so that neither he nor his lover knows he is one of the undead. This makes for some very humorous scenes as Sebastian, who is playing matchmaker has to placate them while creating believable explanations to his brother's questions. The love scenes are brilliantly written but lingering in the background is Christian and the danger he presents to Rhys and Jane, making you wonder when he will attack next.
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