After Twilight by Amanda Ashley PDF

By Amanda Ashley

ISBN-10: 0505524503

ISBN-13: 9780505524508

3 of romance's most well-liked bestselling authors -- Amanda Ashley, Christine Feehan, and Ronda Thompson -- invite you to discover the darkish part, to flavor the forbidden, to dive into possibility with heroes who fireplace the blood and lay declare to the soul in those amazing stories of sensual ardour. a guy hunts for a girl. but what if he's no traditional male, yet a predator looking for prey? a depressing soul taking a look for the sunshine? A vampire, a werewolf, a mythic being who moves worry into the hearts of mortals? whilst day fades into evening, whilst worry turns into fascination, while the swirling seduction of eternal love overcomes the senses, it has to be after twilight.

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His smile grew wider. " Happiness bubbled up inside of her. "I think so," she replied in a voice trembling with love and joy and excitement. "And will you spend the rest of your life with me? Bear my children? " "Yes," she promised fervently. " Jason sighed as he wrapped his arm around Leanne's shoulders and watched the sun climb in the sky, proclaiming the birth of a new day. It was a day of miracles, he thought, and Leanne's love was the greatest miracle of all. She had been the sun in his sky since the first night he had seen her emerge from the theater.

She felt her heart skip a beat when she found him. He was sitting in the fifth row, center section. How handsome he was! His dark jacket complimented his hair; the pale blue shirt brought out the color of his eyes. Her gaze moved lovingly over his face, the width of his shoulders. He seemed to be in a world apart as he sat there. People milled around, waiting for the second act, laughing and talking, making their way to the front to look into the orchestra pit. She saw several girls talking to the bassoon player.

Near the stage door, Leanne saw Michael Piontek, who played the Vicomte de Chagny, signing autographs, and Dale Kristen, who had played the part of Christine Dane for over four years, a role Leanne secretly yearned to play. When they reached the street, she couldn't help glancing at the corner where she had first seen Jason. There was no one there now, and she experienced anew the pain of their separation, the awful sense of loss that had filled her heart since the night she ran out of his house.

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