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Accidentally Dead (Accidentals Series #2)
     

Accidentally Dead (Accidentals Series #2)

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by Dakota Cassidy
 

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Nina always loved the nightlife.

It’s a lousy first day on the job for dental assistant Nina Blackman when a patient, loopy from the anesthesia, bites her. At least he was cute. But for real drama she can’t beat the next evening when she wakes up with a set of razor sharp fangs, bionic vision, super-sonic hearing, and a taste for blood. There

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Nina always loved the nightlife.

It’s a lousy first day on the job for dental assistant Nina Blackman when a patient, loopy from the anesthesia, bites her. At least he was cute. But for real drama she can’t beat the next evening when she wakes up with a set of razor sharp fangs, bionic vision, super-sonic hearing, and a taste for blood. There must be a good explanation. There is. It’s her patient, Greg Statleon.

She just never expected to be the nightlife.

A visit to his Long Island castle hardly results in a cure. Greg claims there isn’t one. Unfortunately, Nina isn’t wild about her lifestyle change—or the danger that goes along with it. She’s determined to prove this infuriating vampire wrong. It’s a shame he’s so irresistible. It’s a bigger shame that he’s dead. On the other hand, they’re perfect for each other—if Nina’s willing to commit to one man for eternity…

Editorial Reviews

Kate Douglas
Serious, laugh-out loud humor.
Angela Knight
A writer to watch!
Romance Reviews Today
Pure escapist fun.
Best Reviews
If you're looking for some steamy romance with something that will have you smiling, you have to read Dakota Cassidy.
Michele Bardsley
The Accidental Werewolf is the fictional equivalent of the little black dress—every reader should have one!
Joyfully Reviewed
Dakota Cassidy is going on my must read list!
From the Publisher
“A writer to watch!”—Angela Knight, New York Times bestselling author

“Dakota never disappoints!”—MaryJanice Davidson, New York Times bestselling author

“An enjoyable, humorous satire that takes a bite out of the vampire romance subgenre.”—Genre Go Round Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425221594
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
07/01/2008
Series:
Accidentals Series , #2
Pages:
352
Sales rank:
906,045
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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From the Publisher
“A writer to watch!”—Angela Knight, New York Times bestselling author “Dakota never disappoints!”—MaryJanice Davidson, New York Times bestselling author “An enjoyable, humorous satire that takes a bite out of the vampire romance subgenre.”—Genre Go Round Reviews

Meet the Author

Dakota Cassidy is the author of the "Accidentally Paranormal" series, including The Accidental Werewolf and Accidentally Dead. She lives in Texas.

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Accidentally Dead (Accidentals Series #2) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 81 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Following the recent conversion of her Buffalo friend Marty Andrews into THE ACCIDENTAL WEREWOLF, Hackensack dental assistant Nina Blackman knows there are some strange things out there. She just never expected someone¿s overbite to cause her a problem of sorts at the office. While prepping the patient Gregori ¿Greg¿ Statleon for dentist Dr. Berkenstein, under anesthesia he accidentally bit her and turned her into an undead. Marty and their third pal Wanda rush to Hackensack to help their friend fang face who thinks at least she does not have tail issues.-------------- She is his first (and he prays Last) conversion. He is chagrined and unable to take back his bite, but irate Nina¿s acerbic diatribe accompanied by her two friends leaves him feel as if ¿Snaggletooth¿ took two pints of blood from him. Greg swears he will mentor her on all things vampiric while her pals offer support. However, the dentist with suddenly large canines wants to revert back to human although she would not mind snacking on Greg.------------------ The sequel to amusing THE ACCIDENTAL WEREWOLF is an enjoyable humorous satire that takes a bite out of the vampire romance sub-genre. The story line is fast-paced from the moment the woman from the Bronx calls her recently changed Lycan friend to shuffle from Buffalo to Jersey as she now has a biting problem. Fans will appreciate the non stop hilarity as Nina rips skin with her tongue from everyone even while she and Greg fall in undead love.----------- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just plain loved this book and 'The Accidental Werewolf'!! You just can't read one without reading the other. Loved the banter with all the characters Nina with her friends and Nina with Greg. I thought there were places where she 'thought' a bit too much and it was kind of drawn out but all in all, a fantastic read. Can't wait til Wanda's story comes out...at least I hope it's coming!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was an outragously funny novel that had me from page one until the end. The main character, Nina, is raunchy and her unique swear word combinations made me laugh out loud. Her two best friends: one a beauty consultant and the other a reluctant werewulf go to help her find out how to change things back. The vampire, Greg, is also adorable and he is easy to fall in love with. This book helped me to keep my mind off everything, and I can not wait to read her next book.
Trixy66 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book it was hilarious and sexy. The only negative thing I have to say about it, is that the main charcter is hilarious but also very very stubborn so after awhile you are like just give in woman! Other than that it is a great book and I am buying the others in the series!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hysterical, so much fun. What a pistol Nina is....enjoyed her strength and when she had to learn to become vulnerable. Great vampire, love story full of ups and downs and great sexy romantic scenes. Enjoy.
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Happywitch More than 1 year ago
I LOVE THIS BOOK & THIS SERIES! After, reading the first book (again) I could not wait to read this one! I loved Nina's Story! And, as tough & scary as she acts, I like seeing the softer side of her to. I would recommend all of the novels in this series. (I am currently reading the 6th). 
BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS:  4 1/2 REVIEW:   Nina Blackman is no stranger to the paranormal.  Not after the wild ride she went on with her friend Marty.  But waking up as a vampire is too much for Nina.  She is determined to find a way to become human again.  Now to find the vampire who turned her.  This was another great story from Ms. Cassidy.  I enjoyed Nina’s crazy story.  I will say that I didn’t care much for Nina and her smart mouth in The Accidental Werewolf (bk 1).  But as Accidentally Dead went on  I really grew to like Nina.  There is a whole lot more to Nina then just her tough guy act and her smart-ass mouth.   And Greg!!  Greg is the perfect solution for Nina.  Beyond perfect!  I love their fights and make ups.  I love that Nina always has one more questions.  I can’t wait to see these two in future books.    I am looking forward to book 3 Wanda really needs a little HEA!! I listened to this book on audio.  Ms. Mitchell did a great job again bring the characters to life again.   I often wonder what narrators think when they are narrating books.  I would guess that Ms. Mitchell had a great time being Nina and all her foul mouth  and easily angered persona.  Disclaimer:  I purchased this book from Audible and this review is my own opinion and not a paid review. 
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Liked this one much better than the first. 
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4 star.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVED the first book in this series, which made me think i would love the second book too. Unfortunately i didn't, I'm not sure if it was just because i felt the book kept repeating itself or because Nina just isn't a very likeable character. Maybe it was just me but i thought the book was very dry. Or maybe i just loved the first book so much that this one just didn't compare. If you can find the book at your local library or borrow it from a friend who bought it i think its worth a read. But I'm glad i didn't spend the $7.99 on it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series. I read them out of order so didnt get to ninas story until after wandas but i think it flowed better that way. Nina is the loud pottymouth of the group and doesnt takw change well, especially when she has no choice in it. A character that couldve been hard to empathasize with. But cassidy showed the layers of nina and how she grew up to be tue woman she is. The initial circumstances of the story are similair to martys story - in that shes accidently bitten, but each womans journey to acceptance of their irreversible condition and finding love is different.
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Meli_Green More than 1 year ago
It was a struggle to finish this book given the main character's constant foulmouthed trash talk and aggressive attitude. I couldn't relate to her in any way and found it unfathomable that such an insecure, angry person would have an eternally happy ending with a vampire hunk. This is at the bottom on the love/romance meter. The dialogue, which I believe the author meant to be witty, is just plain stupid. The words "yummy", "hookay", and "yanno", among MANY others, are used way to much, leaving the reader to believe that the author has a very limited vocabulary. The "heroine" comes off as ghetto trash given her limited ability to express herself with anything other than foul language and ridiculous words as those listed above. The writing is just plain juvenile, and the storyline is nonexistent. 100+ pages wasted on one argument: "heroine" needs blood but refuses she needs it, then admits she needs it, then refuses she needs it, buys it on the black market, goes into anaphylactic shock because it's the wrong type of blood (if only she could have died and ended the story here!!), all interspersed with her desire/hatred for her creator utilizing the ridiculous verbiage of an unintelligent pre-teen girl. I only wish this book had been better, I felt that Cassidy took her first book Accidental werewolf, mix up some characters and turned werewolf into vampire, and bam, whole new book.
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