Love At First Bite
Nightclub dancer Chloe Lamoureaux just met the man of her dreams: Aidan Raines is charming, considerate, rich, and hot. Of course, he's a little mysterious about his age. And his favorite drink. And he's not much for sunlight. But he's asked her to marry him, and she's ready to do it. Sure, she has a few secrets too--but they'll have plenty of time to work things out while they're living happily ever after. Right?
Her identical twin sister, Chuck, isn't so sure. Maybe reporting for the local Bigfoot-sighting tabloid doesn't make her an expert, but to Chuck, Aidan and his brother Sebastian look like honest-to-Dracula vampires. Especially Sebastian: beguiling, seductive, and just a hint of dangerous. Maybe she wouldn't mind him taking a little taste. But with Chloe's life in the balance, she has to know--do they want hot love or hot blood? Or maybe...a little of both?
Praise for The Bite Before Christmas
"Enjoyable reading." --Romantic Times
"Inventive, gently humorous, and fast-paced, this steamy paranormal anthology offers an alternative to the typical holiday fare; perfect for readers who want their romances on the edgy side." -Library Journal
Twin sisters fall for vampire brothers in a double-header romance more notable for steamy sex scenes than plot or characterization. Gratingly breathless tabloid journalist Charlotte "Chuck" Lamoreaux trades places with her twin sister, Las Vegas chorus line dancer Chloe, to find out whether mysterious casino owner Sebastian Raines is actually a vampire. Attraction flares between Chuck and Sebastian, while Chloe, secretly the mother of a young son, elopes with Sebastian's brother, Aidan, only to discover that he has secrets of his own. Betts (Her Little Secret, His Hidden Heir) writes the lengthy erotic encounters with passion and flair, but the sisters' situations are so unlikely and the barriers to both romances so blatantly contrived and so easily surmounted as to foreclose development of even a modicum of suspense. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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September 04, 2012
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