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Shadow Rider (A Shadow Riders Novel #1) (Mass Market)
The #1 New York Times bestselling “queen of paranormal romance” (USA Today) is back with a sexy series starring a Chicago crime family that hides a dark, mystical secret... Whether it’s fast cars or fast women, Stefano Ferraro gets what he wants. When he’s not fodder for the paparazzi, he commands Ferraro family businesses—both legitimate and illegitimate.
While their criminal activity is simply a rumor yet to be proven, no one knows the real truth. The Ferraros are a family of shadow riders capable of manipulating light and dark, an ability Stefano thought ran in his family alone—until now…
With little left to her name, Francesca Cappello has come to Chicago in hopes of a new life. She wasn’t expecting to attract the attention of a man with primal hunger in his eyes, driven to claim her as his to protect and to please. And if he discovers her secret, it could ruin her...
About the Author
Christine Feehan is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Carpathian series, the GhostWalker series, the Leopard series, the Shadow Riders series, and the Sea Haven novels, including the Drake Sisters series and the Sisters of the Heart series.
Praise for Christine Feehan and Shadow Rider
“I love everything she does.”—J. R. Ward
“Book after book, Feehan gives readers emotionally rich and powerful stories that are hard to forget!”—RT Book Reviews
“A dark, gritty, edgy but magical contemporary that will hold you spellbound.”—Fresh Fiction
“The family that Feehan introduces to us is freakin’ AWESOME!! I loved each and every sibling.”—Addicted to Romance
“Edgy, inventive and steamy, this deliciously dark, often grim story featuring deadly and graceful characters who literally slip through the shadows is a standout for the creative Feehan and launches another well-conceived series.”—Library Journal