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BITTEN AND SMITTEN
by Michelle Rowen

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Vampire, Paranormal Romance

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A lot of women suffer dates from
hell, but for Toronto resident Sarah
Dearly this one literally is a killer. Waking up after her blind date bit her, Sarah is infuriated to learn that Gordon decided to make her a vampire like himself. Unfortunately, Gordon doesn't get to explain the facts of Sarah's new life, because they are soon attacked by
a weird group of vampire slayers. Sarah manages to flee and is rescued
by handsome but suicidal ancient
vampire Thierry de Bennicoeur.

With her "sire" dead, Sarah won't
last long unless Thierry agrees to
show her the ropes. Bored with life
after 600 years, Thierry reluctantly agrees to help Sarah, but quickly
realizes that this new vampire marches
to her own drummer and doesn't take orders well. Sarah learns that a lot of
what she thought she knew about
vampires is myth, so she plans to try
to resume her life -- until the nasty
band of vampire slayers refuses to let
her alone.

Droll wit and wacky humor meet vampire mythology in Rowen's fun
and clever debut. One thing is certain, this novel is bound to appeal to those who like their romance a little offbeat and definitely humorous. Keep an
eye on this new discovery! (Jan., 384 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Warner Forever

Published: January 2006

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