Janie Parker's a supernatural assassin--not by choice, but what's a girl gonna do? The only thing standing between her and decapitation at the hands of her hellish boss is an artifact called The Eye. To get it, all Janie has to do is find a dark, broody vampire named Michael Quinn and take it. Easy, right? Except if Quinn keeps kissing her that way, she just might lose her head...in more ways than one.
Former vampire hunter Michael Quinn is determined to become human again. If he grabs hold of The Eye and makes a wish-then boom, everything's good with the world again. But now Quinn has a sassy tagalong with a long, delectable neck and orders to stake him on sight. He just hopes his first bite won't be Janie's last moment on earth...
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Posted April 18, 2011 by Mama Meme , OKCI think I like paranormal romance books because there is so much violence in the real world, I like the escape of a world that may...or may not...exist; a world of vampires and shape shifters. Michelle Rowen has woven a five book series that begins with "Bitten and Smitten."
"Lady and the Vamp" is book three of the series, telling more adventures in the story of Sarah Dearly. When Sarah has a bad day, it is much worse than simply a bad hair day or runners in stockings. Rowen's main character has so many things that happens to her in the span of a single day that you simply have to chucke, hold on and go along with the ride. I love the character of Sarah Dearly and found myself identifying with her misfortunes.
Warning: it is addictive. If you like Rowen's style, you can't stop with book one...you'll have to read the whole series.
March 30, 2008
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