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Your Coffin or Mine? (Dead-End Dating Series #3)

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  • Posted April 19, 2010

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    Poor Evie!

    In the third book of the Dead Ending Dating series, Evie, Lil's fabulous assistance, is possessed by a murderous demon. Much to Lil's dismay, the handsome trio of demon brothers are on a mission to capture and kill this demon. While dodging her mother's continuous efforts to find her Mr. Right and bribing her oldest brother Rob, Lil has obtained and restrained Evie/Demon to her bedroom.

    After the destruction of her wardrobe and several near misses with the green slimy stuff, Lil has finally found a way to save Evie. its exorcism time! Only when it comes time to absolve Evie of her demon, a miscalculation land's Lil with a new possession and it's not a hot new couture purse. Thank goodness Lil has her own personal Knight in Shining Armor, Ty Bonner her ex-whatever bounty hunter.

    If you like vampires and you like funny then this might be the series for you. Check out some of my other recomendations if you like funny/romantic vampire stories.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 26, 2009

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    Laugh-out-loud page turner.

    "Your Coffin or Mine?" definitely provided a few hours of worthwhile entertainment. Raye's style and driven plot create a book which left me feeling if I could not turn the pages fast enough.
    After reading this book, along with the previous two, I have fallen in love with Lil's voice. Everyone has met at least one person who acts and thinks like the main character. I picture several friends while reading and am constantly entertained through her story telling and hillarious romps through nighttime Manhattan.
    Running a dating service with a growing clientele and looking for the perfect eternity mate are in constant conflict. The subplot involving Ty grows deeper and I eagerly await what's to be revealed in the next books in the series.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 7, 2009

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    Still lovin her books..

    I enjoyed this book it kept you reading and wondering what was going to happen next.. Although if it was me I would have seen what ASH was all about..lol.. Looking forward to the next one..

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Few authors combine chick lit shtick with vampire bites better than Kimberly Raye does

    In Manhattan professional matchmaker BV (beautiful vampiress) Countess Lilliana Arabella Guinevere du Marchette (call her Lil) is hired by a reality TV show to find a match for a famous bachelor. However, that project seems relatively tame when compared to a telepathic message she received from bounty-hunting vampire Ty for help He vanished several months ago without a trace after a glorious one night with Lil.------------- As Lil tries to locate Ty in order to rescue him for a second night and who knows what else, she meets homicide detective Ash, who is not human or vampire. They work together seeking to find Ty. At the same time the human fiancé of her brother pleads with Lilliana (not quite one of her best buds yet so Lil is inappropriate) to find the right wedding dress and her mother tries to matchmake her DEAD AND DATELESS daughter with any mortal, vampire, or other ilk as long as they are male.------------ The latest adventures of that DED (DEAD END DATING) BV Countess Lil is, for the most part, a lighthearted romantic romp although the Ty subplot is a bit darker and much more serious in tone. Fans of the serious will appreciate Lil¿s fun Manhattan frolic as few authors combine chick lit shtick with vampire bites better than Kimberly Raye does.---------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2014

    Love them

    Kimberly raye is the reason why i invested in a booknook. I laughed myself tears on her first two books. The characters are loveable. Want a fun corky book, this is it.

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