Dead and Loving It (Wyndham Werewolf Series #5)

Dead and Loving It (Wyndham Werewolf Series #5)

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by MaryJanice Davidson
     
 

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USA Today bestselling author MaryJanice Davidson has enchanted readers everywhere with her delicious blend of wicked humor, sizzling sex and a totally unique vision of vampires and werewolves. Now, in this collection of four sensual novellas, worlds collide when she brings her beloved Wyndham werewolves together with the vampires ruled by Undead Queen Betsy

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USA Today bestselling author MaryJanice Davidson has enchanted readers everywhere with her delicious blend of wicked humor, sizzling sex and a totally unique vision of vampires and werewolves. Now, in this collection of four sensual novellas, worlds collide when she brings her beloved Wyndham werewolves together with the vampires ruled by Undead Queen Betsy Taylor. In three of her most popular novellas, a Wyndham werewolf finds their perfect—sometimes reluctant!—mate, whether mortal or immortal. The collection culminates with the highly anticipated original story of feral vampire George the Fiend, as he meets the only female who can tame the beast within—a lovely werewolf. Filled with equal parts of spicy heat and laugh-out-loud moments, this collection will drive you wild with blood-pounding delight.

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The queen of comic, erotic, other-species romance brings her best setups and hottest sex scenes to this four-novella party. Three of them feature the baaad Wyndham werewolves, who find unanticipated love with often reluctant earthlings.

In "Santa Claus," Alec Kilcurt, the most powerful werewolf in Europe, falls for Santa-clad Giselle Smith and wins her over with lots of oral sex and a heavy Scottish accent. In "Monster Love," bad-tempered Janet Lupo is kidnapped by a sexy werewolf. Then there's the story of Doctor Drake Dragon and his unusual encounter with Crescent. Finally, following the events of Undead and Unreturnable, a psychic werewolf, Antonia Wolfton, receives a vision to show up at Queen Betsy's Minneapolis home to help and falls hard for George, the fiend in the basement. It's all pure Davidson fun. Ginger Curwen

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425207956
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/04/2006
Series:
Wyndham Werewolf Series , #5
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

MaryJanice Davidson is the New York Times bestselling author of the Undead novels featuring Betsy Taylor; Derik's Bane, and the new young adult novels featuring Jennifer Scales, written with her husband, Anthony Alongi, among other titles.

Brief Biography

Hometown:
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Date of Birth:
1969
Place of Birth:
Minot, North Dakota
Website:
http://www.maryjanicedavidson.net

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Dead and Loving It (Wyndham Werewolf Series #5) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 82 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nothing in this book was romantic. Nothing is romantic about a woman being forced against her to stay in a room with a man and then then be forced to partake in activitys. And then the woman falls for her attacker. That is not only disgusting its stupid. No woman is going to love a man who forces her to do anything against her will. And the author of this book should have more respect for women considering she is one. Any intelligent woman who has half a brain or more will see this book does nothing but degrade women, and make us seem like toys for men. In todays world woman should be empowering each other not writing about a woman whose rights have been violated. This book is a waste of paper and money. And if any thought was put into in this book, then that was wasted to.
Guest More than 1 year ago
That two of the stories have relationships that begin as 'rape'. I never could get past that, it really bothered me. Even if the women were into it, it was written so that the woman kept saying no but the man did what he wanted. Very disappointing. The final story was great though. I wish that it had been a book on it's own. So go to the library and take it out, read the last story and take it back then you won't feel like you wasted your money. Everything else that I've read of hers was great though and I just ordered yet another book. I'm going to pretend that this one never happened. Ah, denial...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had a great time reading MaryJanice Davidson's 'Dead and Loving It'. Although it seems like they were too short(I kept muttering 'That's IT?' when the stories were done), but they were cute thumbnail sketches of the wacky and fascinating lives of vampires, werewolves and fairies...more fairy stories, MaryJanice! I loved the intersection of the Wyndham wolves with Queen Betsy, and it cracked me up to see the disbeleif that they could have in not recognizing otherworlders as real.
harstan More than 1 year ago
¿Santa Claws¿. Werewolf Alec Kilcurt is lonely. That is until he sniffs his soulmate, who is a human female wearing a Santa Clause costume.----- ¿Monster Love¿. Vampire Richard Hill looked forward to falling in love that is until he did. His beloved werewolf Janet Lupo can get into a rage over nothing and calming her down takes quite a bite of his patience.----- ¿There¿s No Such Thing as a Werewolf¿. Dr. Drake is a rare physically impaired werewolf as he is blind. So he wonders why he vividly can see Crescent Muhn.----- ¿A Fiend in Need¿. Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor is at her wits end and by George not over shoes. However, relief may occur as Wyndham werewolf seer Antonia Wofton arrives to help George the vampire fiend evolve into a beast of her choosing.----- These are four amusing romantic fantasies as MaryJanice Davidson once again entertains the sub-genre with an irreverent fun anthology from the supernatural side.---- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mary does it again with sneak peaks into the world of the most enchanting creatures you could ever meet. Still a better love story than twilight ;-)
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Alder <p> Name :: ^~^ I refuse to answer that. <br> Age :: Approximately 20-some moons. <br> Gender :: &male <br> Species :: Lynx-regular cat hybrid. <br> Appearance <br> Pelt :: His fur is a dark, dismal russet. Like a flame about to go out. There are several stripes of black encircling his flanks, like the age-marking rings in the center of a tree. The mere mass of his pelt is quite impressive, him having very fluffy and thick fur. Each individual tuft is a collage of colors. At the roots, it is a deep burgundy. It gradually lightens until, at the tips, it is only a faint ecru-pink. <br> Eyes :: Alder's eyes are a striking azure, with elliptic flecks of copper and emerald throughout the irises. They are an impressive sight, what with their immense luminescense. <br> Stature :: Not necessarily muscular, he isn't very small, either. More of the happy medium; in-between. <br> Other :: His paws, underbelly, and muzzle are a stark white, along with a tawny lock of fur on his chest. <p> Persona :: Ehhh. Find out yerself. <br> Se<_>xual Preferences :: Is straight. <p> Echo <p> Name :: .-. I ain't gonna. <br> Age :: Mid-teens. [In moons, of course.] <br> Gender :: &male <br> Species :: Simply a cat. <br> Appearance <br> Pelt :: Echo's pelt is a pure, ominous black, bespeckled with white. The effect gives the reminicense of a starry night sky. <br> Eyes :: His eyes are a cool amber, akin to liquid-pools of ambrosia. They're very calming and captivating. <br> Stature :: Very svelte, he's frankly small and scrawny. <br> Other :: He has many lupine features. His muzzle is elongated, really more of a snout. His pupils are narrow as well, not quite like a snake's, but close. <p> Persona :: Generally quiet, but somewhat creepy. <br> Se<_>xual Orientation :: Is bise<_>xual.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Female and darker than night. Over (on) my left eye is a pure white upside down flame. My wings have the same complexion of the rest of my fur. They have an eagle feather pattern. My eyes are magenta, but every once in a while, they will be gray. I am very sweet and loving, but at the same time, hostile and very agressive. I am barely half cat. I actually have this in my normal cat, but I am part wolf, and can turn into one. I fly often and am about twenty three moons old. I am looking for nice calm tom to just keep me company. I m not looking forward to a family. So other than that, SIMPLI UNINTERESTED. [ ps FATe is Fan Animals of Tomorrow. I made it. I added the 'e' so it is like fate] ~ Shadowcat
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
PUT YOUR BIOS IN THE RIGHT PLACE, WHICH IS NOT HERE! IT IS AT 'fake it' IF YOU EVEN READ THE RULES!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She walks in her blue wings folded on her back
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some themes in this story bother people i read this book bofore and it was well written and described. Some of the themes sych as the rape that leads to enjoyment then to love can be a hard pill to swallow but if understood is very good. She goes from kidnaped to raped to allowibg and wanting it. But all around very very good storys and charaters. A fairy . A feral vampire. Werewolves etc. All very duffrently and well portrayed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The monster love short story really sincerely pissed me off. This man abducts her, rapes her by both the victims and rapists admissions, and then they fall madly in love! Its disgusting. I've always loved the author, but this story means I'll never buy another book of hers. Inside the book Janet tells the guy "You raped me!" To which he replies "Yes I did.....at first." Then she blushes!! Truly and completely revolting, not to mention partaking in the rapecentric culture that is destroying our world and kicking victims when they're already down. Don't buy this book.
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