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Publisher's Summary

Private Investigator Nikki James grew up on the tough streets of Lyndhurst and believes there's nothing left to surprise her. But all that changes the night she follows a rich man's daughter into the shadows and finds herself caught in a war between two very different men. One is a madman intent on destruction. The other has his own heart of darkness. For 300 years Michael Kelly has existed in life's shadows, gradually learning to control his vampire cravings.
He is convinced that no one can breach his formidable barriers - until he meets Nikki. With her powerful psychic abilities, Nikki swiftly invades both his mind and his heart. Nikki knows how dangerous love can be...but if she wants to survive, she must place her trust in this man who could easily destroy her. For only together can they overcome the evil threatening to destroy them both.
©2001 Keri Arthur (P)2015 Audible Inc.
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By Pat on 12-23-16

Lots of action

Would you consider the audio edition of Dancing with the Devil to be better than the print version?

Never read it. Not the best narration I've listened to, but also not the worst.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Michael is my favorite character because Nikki drives me nuts some times. I like strong female leads and for most of the book she was pretty wimpy. I'm glad she finally started really defending herself by the end.

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