Karen Chance continues her terrific urban fantasy series featuring the kick-ass
daughter of a vampire in this sequel to Midnight's Daughter and Death's
Dorina Basarab is a dhampir - half-human, half-vampire. Subject to uncontrollable
rages, most dhampirs live very short, very violent lives. But so far, Dory has managed to
maintain her sanity by unleashing her anger on those demons and vampires who deserve
killing . . .
Dory is used to fighting hard and nasty. So when she wakes up in a strange scientific
lab with a strange man standing over her, her first instinct is to take his head off.
Luckily, the man is actually the master vampire Louis-Cesare, so he's not an easy kill.
It turns out that Dory had been working with a Vampire Senate task force on the
smuggling of magical items and weaponry out of Faerie when she was captured and brought to
the lab. But when Louis-Cesare rescues her, she has no memory of what happened to her.
To find out what was done to her - and who is behind it - Dory will have to face off
with fallen angels, the maddest of mad scientists, and a new breed of vampires that are
far worse than undead . . .
Fury's Kiss continues Karen Chance's fantastic Dory Basarab series - and is not
to be missed.
Praise for Karen Chance:
'Karen Chance doesn't disappoint, once again we have an action packed adventure with a
strong female character that, while tough as nails, and a dhampir - is also very human'
'A grab-you-by-the-throat-and-suck-you-in sort of book with a tough, smart heroine and
sexy-scary vampires. Just what I like to curl up with. I loved it' Patricia Briggs
'A really exciting book with great pace and a huge cast of vivid characters. This is
one of my favourite reads of the year' Charlaine Harris
Karen Chance is the New York Times bestselling author of two urban fantasy
series. Her previous novels Touch the Dark, Claimed by Shadow, Embrace the Night,
Midnight's Daughter, Curse the Dawn, Death's Mistress and Hunt the Moon are all
published by Penguin. Karen lives in Central Florida, the home of make-believe, which may
explain a lot. Vist her on her website.