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DEAD IF I DO
by Tate Hallaway

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Nothing in the life of Hallaway's heroine ever goes exactly as planned, which generally leads to madcap mayhem. This chapter in the first-person series is packed with humor, wackiness and a touch of pathos. It's a genuinely heartwarming treat for fans!

Planning a wedding is always stressful, but when your fiance's ex curses you, things can get ugly quick. Witch Garnet Lacey and her vampire fiance, Sebastian, are taken aback when Sebastian's dhampir son, Matyas, somehow awakens his mother, Tereza, who has been comatose for centuries.

Tereza is sort of a zombie/vampire/witch, and she wants to kill both Garnet and Sebastian. Her curse very successfully sabotages the wedding, as band, cake and dress orders all fall through. Then the arrival of Garnet's unsuspecting parents adds another layer of madness to this situation. Since Garnet carries the dark goddess Lilith within her, keeping a lid on her temper is imperative! (BERKLEY, May, 304 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: May 2009

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