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BookAholicInVT
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Looking for a Horror/Fantasy book from 2004 or so?

I'm looking for a book and I don't have much to go on. I used to work in a bookstore and remember seeing this one on the shelf. I wanted to read it but when I went to grab it it was gone and I couldn't remember the title. We had it shelved in Fiction but it could be placed in Fantasy because it dealt with werewolves (or whatever the author called them). I think the word Eye was in the title but I'm not sure about that. The author's name started with something somewhere between F-L. I think the plot had something to do with an arranged marriage but I could be completely wrong about that. I know the book came out in the fall because it was supposed to be one of the books we were supposed to recommend for Christmas that year. I don't think the book is any older than 2004. I know this isn't much to go on but if someone can think of the title I would be eternally grateful.

 

Erika

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