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Sex and the Single Vampire (Dark Ones Book Two)

Sex and the Single Vampire (Dark Ones Book Two)

It’s not the ideal career. But Allegra Telford, confirmed singleton, has somehow found herself in a haunted hotel in London, trying unsuccessfully to summon spirits (and not even the alcoholic kind).
So, obviously, she’s thrilled when she discovers the ghost of a stunningly gorgeous, albeit horribly wounded man, even if he does bear an uncanny resemblance to the tall, dark, handsome man of her fantasies.
Her frustration quickly returns, however, when she realises that he is not actually a spirit. In fact, he may be something much more bloodthirsty indeed.
And, contrary to Allie’s own desires (ok, not her desires – perhaps her reason), he has arrogantly made some sort of alpha-male decision that she’s his ‘beloved’, whatever that means…
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy / Fantasy Romance

On Sale: 15th December 2009

Price: £6.59

ISBN-13: 9781848942844

Reviews

MacAlister continues her delectable contemporary paranormal series with another sinfully sexy, fabulously fun tale of love, vampires, ghosts, and demons
<i>Booklist</i> on SEX AND THE SINGLE VAMPIRE
'A book rich with humor, loaded with sexual tension, and packed with interesting, if sometimes slightly off-beat, characters.'
<i>Romance Reviews Today</i> on A GIRL'S GUIDE TO VAMPIRES
'Horror romance readers will enjoy this one-bite sitting teeth in cheek (and neck) tale.'
<i>Midwest Book Review</i> on SEX AND THE SINGLE VAMPIRE
'With its superb characterization and writing that manages to be both sexy and humorous, this contempary paranormal love story is an absolute delight.'
<i>Booklist</i> starred review for A GIRL'S GUIDE TO VAMPIRES
'Smart, sexy and funny - Katie delivers!'
Christine Feehan on FIRE ME UP
"Another perfect blend of chcik-lit and blood... She's good." The Bookseller on Sex and the Single Vampire
Bookseller
"The conventions of Anne Rice and Buffy are pleasingly crossed with Bridget Jones angst. And the novel's implicit suggestion that vampires are merely a narrative decoy for endless scenes of hot, hot loving is nicely threaded throughout."
The Telegraph on A Girl's Guide to Vampires