Feb. Group Read: Touch the Dark by Karen Chance


Vampire Book Club group readYour votes were clear this time. With a significant majority in our poll, the February group read is Touch the Dark by Karen Chance. The book is the first in the Cassandra Palmer series. The vampires here are good and bad, the heroine is mortal and you can expect vampire politics aplenty.

Are you in to read this urban fantasy series opener with us?

Touch the Dark (Cassandra Palmer #1)
Karen Chance
Published: 2006 (Roc)
Purchase at: Book Depository, B&N or Amazon
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Touch the Dark by Karen ChanceCassandra Palmer can see the future and communicate with spirits-talents that make her attractive to the dead and the undead. The ghosts of the dead aren’t usually dangerous; they just like to talk…a lot. The undead are another matter.

Like any sensible girl, Cassie tries to avoid vampires. But when the bloodsucking Mafioso she escaped three years ago finds Cassie again with vengeance on his mind, she’s forced to turn to the vampire Senate for protection. The undead senators won’t help her for nothing, and Cassie finds herself working with one of their most powerful members, a dangerously seductive master vampire-and the price he demands may be more than Cassie is willing to pay…

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4 Responses to “Feb. Group Read: Touch the Dark by Karen Chance”

  1. Melissa Renee says:

    I just started reading this 🙂

  2. miki says:

    i love it

  3. Julie says:

    Wow! I must be psychic or something because I just bought this yesterday!

  4. Chelle says:

    Personally, I compared this book to rollercoasters and I dislike rollercoasters. My exact words were a roller coaster of almost dying and almost sex. Otherwise they weren’t half bad.

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