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Dark Studies (eBook)

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Dark Studies
Dark Studies eBook Cover, written by C. P. Foster
Dark Studies eBook Cover,
written by C. P. Foster
Author(s) C. P. Foster
Series Arcaneology
Publisher Etopia Press
Publication date June 5, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 240 Pages
ISBN 9781940223131

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Dark Studies is an eBook written by C. P. Foster. It is billed as the first work in the Arcaneology series by this author. In this work one of the main characters is an Incubus.


  • Title: Dark Studies
  • Author: C. P. Foster
  • Published By: Etopia Press
  • Length: 240 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00D8E9STY
  • IBSN: 9781940223131
  • Publishing Date: June 5, 2013

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Plot Summary

Professional victim. Escaped slave. Grad student. Angie Clark is all three.

Angie Clark began life as Sarah Miller, an innocent girl deceived and enslaved by vampires. Her escape from torture and captivity set off a political firestorm among the vampires of North America, and in order to survive she took on a new identity. Now Angie leads a double life. By day she is a grad student obsessed with arcaneology—the study of supernatural species. At night, she is Angeline Devereaux, a woman who specializes in fulfilling vampires’ fantasies. She has everything under control until Steffen Scott, Lord of the Puget Sound vampire Province, makes an unusual request: he wants to fall in love.

It’s the ultimate challenge, and Angie can’t resist. But Steffen turns out to be the least of her worries when Angie puts her life on the line to prevent a war between humans and vampires. Fantasy and reality become blurred when she turns to Steffen for comfort and discovers that while he was falling in love with her, she was developing feelings of her own. Now she must decide how to deal with emotions she fears even more than death.

Book Review

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