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BEING DEAD CAN KILL A SOCIAL LIFE!For Lil Marchette, the owner of Manhattan’s premier dating service for vampires (and a dazzling denizen of the dark herself), death is all in a night’s work. Unfortunately, it’s going to take more than matching up vamps to pay the bills and fund Lil’s cosmetics addiction. Dare she add actual humans to the mix? Eager to diversify, she signs up for a popular dating show, Manhattan’s Most Wanted (MMW), to pitch her expertise to the perfect target audience–eligible women looking for eligible men.Of course Lil is trying to forget the one man she’d love to sink her own teeth into: Ty Bonner, the ultraseductive vamp who broke her heart after she gave him the hottest night of his afterlife. Problem is, she and Ty have an intense mental connection and she’s sensing he’s in deep trouble. Even worse, she soon finds herself heading for MMW’s grand finale (cameras are so not a vamp’s best friend). The race is on as Lil struggles to save Ty (and herself) before all hell breaks loose.“Lil is a likable mix of Bridget Jones, Carrie Bradshaw and Dracula–charming, sweet, stylish, with just a hint of fang.”–Parkersburg News and SentinelFrom the Paperback edition.read more
Reviews forYour Coffin or Mine?: A Novel of Vampire Love
Lil is still a fun, strong character in the third book of her Dead End Dating Series. There were several parts of this book that had me laugh out loud, and that is always a good thing. After the first book in the series, I reported that I felt this almost felt like a pale imitation of MJD's Undead series. Well, I must say I enjoyed this book much more than I did the newest Betsy book, "Undead and Uneasy". This book is so strong with its Vampire Dating Service plots and the interesting people Lil meets through her job (and via her family) that I think the series could revolve soley among those aspects, and remain a comic vampire tale. YCOM? actually messes up when it becomes lost in the 'mystery' aspects involving her kinda boyfriend Ty's disappearance. The resolution to this mystery is tired, boring, and too forced. I found myself not really caring about this afterthought of a plot. But I couldn't wait to get back to the juicy bits about Killer, the cat, and the wedding plans for her brother and soon to be sister in law. And of course any parts involving clients of Dead End Dating. This is still a fairly solid, (although lightweight) series, three novels deep. I can only hope that more of what makes this book strong, finds its way into further volumes. Ms. Raye should realize she doesn't necessarily need to follow the formula of other sucessful vampire fiction to create her own gem here.read more
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