Bite Me [NOOK Book]

Overview

Gabby is on the prowl. Party after party she's been looking for Dracula. What is up with the fact that no one wants to play dress up and go neck to neck with her? Men, they were all chicken to be afraid of Ze Mistress of Darkness didn't they know she would be a fantasy come to life? Then at the last Halloween party of the season she meets Demonte and he is the last thing she ever expected. Fangs included.
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Bite Me

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Overview

Gabby is on the prowl. Party after party she's been looking for Dracula. What is up with the fact that no one wants to play dress up and go neck to neck with her? Men, they were all chicken to be afraid of Ze Mistress of Darkness didn't they know she would be a fantasy come to life? Then at the last Halloween party of the season she meets Demonte and he is the last thing she ever expected. Fangs included.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000082454
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 10/31/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 101 KB

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A hard apple cider in her hand, she moved toward the back of the house. People lounged on the couches and chairs. She said hello and waved to people she knew as she made it out the back door. Maybe someone would let her bum a cigarette. She'd given up smoking years ago, but still craved one when she drank.

She'd always love the backyard patio. They had paved it with bricks that crisscrossed the entire length of the house. Someone had started a fire in the fireplace at one end and buckets full of ice and beer sat at the other.

Gabby took a swig of the tart tangy cider. She spotted a pack of smokes on the table. "Hey, does anyone mind if I bum a cigarette?" she asked the group of guys standing by the beer.

A low husky male voice responded at her ear. "No. Help yourself."

She turned to see a man dressed as Dracula standing behind her. Well, now her night was complete. She'd always had a thing for vampires and this guy was no exception. Wavy dark hair curled around his high pointed collar and green eyes smiled at her from a pale face that would have given a movie star a run for their money.

"Do I know you?" she asked.

He blinked slowly and purposefully licked his lips. He opened his eyes and then very slowly perused her body from her chest down to her high heels and back up again. "You look delectable."

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