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The End Of The Vampire Craze In New York, Book Three

The End Of The Vampire Craze In New York, Book Three

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The shocking conclusion! Everything changes here! Book Three of Three.
The shocking conclusion! Everything changes here! Book Three of Three.

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Published by: valchemy on Feb 06, 2010
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The End
Of The Vampire CrazeIn New York City
Book Three
By Valerie D’Orazio
 Story & Characters Copyright 2004-2006Creative Commons LicenseThe End Of The Vampire Craze In New York City,Book Three by Valerie D'Orazio is licensed undera Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.If You rip this off, I WILL find you.
Before Tara knew it, she had spent almost nine months at Dermaco, andthe rapidity with which the weeks passed, almost imperceptibly, shocked her.She had also gained about 20 pounds, which, as Pris gently reassured her, waspretty standard--unless you were one of the Undead, of course. Always thevampire had held out her offer to make the witch immortal. And Tara’s apparentfatigue at being alive notwithstanding, as she spent more and more time atDermaco, more and more time in the heart of the City, more and more time beinginundated by the massive advertisements plastered to the sides of buildings andframed in bus shelters, advertisements that touted and glorified youth, beauty,money, and hedonism...as that quick, match-like
of the area seeped intoher consciousness and informed her dreams--okay, she was
it,alright, leave it alone already!The tenure of Amanda Tarantino coincidentally coincided with one of thebiggest turnovers in staff in Dermaco’s 30-year history. Tongues were wagging inthe trade papers about the sudden changes in personnel, the abrupt comingsand goings and goings. But Pris Baxter, who, in her role as second-most high-ranking staff member (after the departures of the rest of the VPs--the hiring of replacements for she had successfully helped stonewall), had taken it uponherself to publically contradict the nay-sayers. Pris’s spin on the situation was notthat Dermaco was becoming unstable or an unpleasant place to work at, but thatthe cosmetics company was simply in the process of finding itself, of weeding outthe weaker links and bringing those persons with a “stronger alignment with thegoals of new Dermaco into the fold. “Baby” Bersee, who outwardly seemednonplussed--
s, really--to the sea-change that was happening to the toneand direction and leadership of his company and even to the DNA of hisemployees, spent most of his time either in his office talking to old Hollywoodfriends on the phone or out to lunch with old Hollywood friends. Much of the more

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