Jane and the Damned

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sharp and acerbic and irreverent … a galloping Regency paranormal spiked with wit, irony and romance Austenprose

Mullany’s writing is graceful and witty along the line of Georgette Heyer, and I look forward to reading more by her. Austen Blog

a thrilling and adventurous experience! Austenesque Reviews

the thought of Jane Austen as an action heroine who comes into her own as she fights the French and surrenders to her own sensual longings is irresistible. Jane Austen’s World

If you are in the mood for some paranormal romance with a regency twist, this book is for you. examiner.com

Jane and the Damned wasn’t what I was expecting; it far exceeded my expectations. I loved the action, I loved the vampire elements and I loved that Ms. Mullany kept many quirks and characteristics of the original Jane intact. Psychotic State

Jane and the Damned does everything right—it captures the feel and romance of a Jane Austen novel without being too dry, and the vampires add to the story and spice things up without requiring you to suspend too much disbelief. Daemon’s Books

Janet Mullany is the only one that could pull this off because she has the eloquent writing style and wit to make a Jane Austen as a vampire believable. The Reading Reviewer

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