Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group

Guardians of the Night

 Acclaimed author Jenna Black introduces fans to a dark world where Killers hunt the night and Guardians hunt the Killers in this steamy paranormal romance series. 

 

Books in this Series

Hungers of the Heart
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Hungers of the Heart

Guardians of the Night (Volume 4)
Jenna Black
Tor/Forge

Drake is a Killer vampire.

Unlike the Guardians of the Night, Drake feeds on human blood, choosing victims who deserve to die. But still he works with the Guardians to protect those humans...

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Shadows On The Soul
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Shadows On The Soul

Guardians of the Night (Volume 3)
Jenna Black
Tor/Forge

The baddest of the bad boys…

Gabriel is a five hundred year old vampire with the soul of a Killer. He has defeated his mother in a battle for the territory of Baltimore, and...

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Secrets in the Shadows
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Secrets in the Shadows

Guardians of the Night (Volume 2)
Jenna Black
Tor/Forge

Vampires

They hunt in every major city, hidden by the crowds, shielded by disbelief. They are Killers, and their prey is human.

Not all vampires are Killers. The Guardians...

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Watchers in the Night
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Watchers in the Night

Guardians of the Night (Volume 1)
Jenna Black
Tor/Forge

Vampires.

They hunt in every major city, hidden by the crowds, shielded by disbelief. They are Killers, and their prey is human.

Not all vampires are Killers. The Guardians...

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About the author

Jenna Black

Author Jenna Black writes paranormal romance books and young adult novels, including Shadowspell and Watchers in the Night, which was nominated for the 2006 Paranormal Excellence in Romantic Literature (PEARL) award. She's your typical writer: an experience junkie. Once upon a time, she dreamed she would be the next Jane Goodall, camping in the bush and making fabulous discoveries about primate behavior. She went to Duke University to study physical anthropology. Then, during her senior year, she made a shocking discovery: primates spend something like 80% of their time doing such exciting things as sleeping and eating. Narrowly escaping the boring life of a primatologist, she moved on to such varied pastimes as grooming dogs and writing technical documentation. Among her other experiences: ballroom dancing, traveling to all seven continents--yes, even Antarctica--becoming a Life Master in Bridge, and singing in a barbershop chorus.

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