Beyond the Night

by Thea Devine

Pocket Books (Star)

Paranormal Romance

October 13, 2014

ISBN-13: B009K58X50

Available in: e-Book

Beyond the Night
by Thea Devine

USA TODAY bestselling author and “The Queen of Erotic Romance” Thea Devine delivers the sequel to her passionate and sensual historical vampire novel, The Darkest Heart.

With London still in the grip of unsolved vampire murders, Senna Landseth finds herself cornered—she’s newly turned and newly pregnant with the Lazlaric heir, a child whose blood is the key to the destruction of one of the most murderous vampire clans. With dark forces at work to destroy her, and men wooing her from all sides, Senna must figure out who is trustworthy, who is after her unborn child, and who is after her heart.



Thea Devine's Bio

She’s the author whose books defined erotic historical romance. Romantic Times calls her “The Queen of Erotic Romance,” Affaire de Coeur: “… the divine mistress of sensual writing …” She’s Thea Devine (yes, it’s her real name), and she’s the author of 18 steamy historical romances (with three more to come), as well as contributing novellas to Kensington Books’ USA Today best-selling erotic historical romance anthologies, CAPTIVATED, FASCINATED, and TAKEN BY SURPRISE. She’s also written a handful of sexy contemporary romantic novellas for Kensington and Leisure Books, and she made her debut in full-length contemporary romance in 1999 with NIGHT MOVES, for Harlequin Temptation “Blaze”. She lives and works in Connecticut (and summers in Maine), but more to the point, she really lives that secret life readers sometimes think she does: for the past twenty years, she’s also been a professional manuscript reader. She was married to John and after 50 years of love and companionship, her husband passed away in December 2016, and has two grown sons, Michael and Thomas; and two sister felines, Charlotte and Emily Bronte Cat; and two dogs: mini-doxie Midgie, who recently joined the family; and the headstrong, stubborn and wilful black lab, Maggie, who has, Thea says, all the qualities of a good heroine.