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Set in a homey American small town, where the annual community Christmas pageant is the highlight of the year, The Twilight Before Christmas treads ground that may feel unfamiliar at first to fans of Christine Feehan's gothic Dark series (Dark Melody, etc.). But things are not always what they appear. In the hands of this imaginative author, something as harmless as a spell of bad weather-specifically, fog in a village that never has fog-rapidly develops into an evil entity that uses Christmas decorations as deadly weapons to prevent said pageant. It's up to Kate Drake and her six sisters (witches all) to save the festivities and the town, with the help of ex-Army Ranger Matt Granite and a few other heroic hunks. As is typical of Feehan's novels, dark suspense and sensual romance co-exist here in unlikely but perfect harmony.
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Christine Feehan is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than forty novels, including her popular series featuring the Carpathians, the Ghostwalkers, the Leopard People, and the Drake Sisters. She lives in Cobb, California.See all Product Description
What a complete rush. Feehan combines reality with the supernatural so seamlessly that you cannot help but picture this happening right next door to you. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jonel
The story about Kate Drake and Matt Granite being both tongue twisted and loving each other in secret was great. Read morePublished on June 29 2010 by Dominique
Christine Feehan has did it again, I could not put the book down. I have read just about everything that she has written and everytime they just keep getting better and better.Published on July 9 2004 by Esther Zorzi
This is awesome!
Christine Feehan is just awesome at what she does.
You have a new series in which the Drake sisters will each have their own story. Read more
I am a BIG fan of Christine Feehan's Dark series. This series is quite different from her Dark series, but it can stand on it's own. Read morePublished on Dec 19 2003
I threw this away after reading less than half of the book. I don't mind a few love scenes, a few bedroom scenes in any book but this should have been listed as a soft porn novel. Read morePublished on Nov. 29 2003 by AK
I agree with the reviewer who said this is an obvious set up for a new series. I really enjoyed most of her other Dark series books. Read morePublished on Nov. 22 2003 by Ann