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DEAD AND DATELESS by KIMBERLY RAYE

She has a stake in romance.

Summary

SHE’D LIKE HER BLOOD BOTTLED, PLEASE!

The sassiest vampire in all of Manhattan, Lil Marchette, is the owner of Dead End Dating–a matchmaking service for hip, intelligent singles like herself. After only three months, business is booming, and she can finally pay her bills (or, more important, feed a hungry cosmetics addiction). But when one of her clients turns up dead (as in never coming back), Lil is named as the prime suspect. Murder?

Sure, she’s a vampire, but she can’t even work up her nerve when it comes to blood-sucking. Hacking somebody to pieces is so out of the question.

To make matters worse, Lil must also contend with a pack of werewolves who ask–no, demand–that she find each one a tall, dark, and handsome mate before the next full moon. Plus, the to-die-for-if-I wasn’t-already-dead Ty Bonner, a lusciously sexy lover but totally unsuitable eternity mate, is never far from her midnight fantasies. But Lil has no time for such thoughts. She must prove her innocence and focus on pairing off the dead and the furry–and maybe stake a claim to her own tasty true love.

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Dead and Dateless
(Dead End Dating: Book 2)
by Kimberly Raye

Ballantine Books
February 1, 2007
Available: January 29, 2007
ISBN #034549217X
EAN #9780345492173
352 pages
Paperback
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Kimberly Raye

Here Comes the Vampire
Sucker for Love
In the Midnight Hour
Blazing Bedtime Stories
Slippery When Wet
A Body To Die For
Just One Bite
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Dead Sexy
Your Coffin or Mine?
A NASCAR Holiday
Dead End Dating
Sweet as Sugar, Hot as Spice
Sometimes Naughty, Sometimes Nice
Kiss Me Once, Kiss Me Twice
Burning Up
A Stranger's Desire
A Stranger's Kiss
The Pleasure Principle
Midnight Fantasies
Now and Forever
Midnight Fantasies
Midnight Kisses
New Year's Babies

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