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DEAD Faint [NOOK Book]

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Billie Joyce's dream visit to New York City turned into a nightmare. Now not only is she one of the living dead, but she has to contend with a know-it-all vampire who wants to tell her how to talk. Not gonna happen!
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DEAD Faint

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Overview

Billie Joyce's dream visit to New York City turned into a nightmare. Now not only is she one of the living dead, but she has to contend with a know-it-all vampire who wants to tell her how to talk. Not gonna happen!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149534210
  • Publisher: Musa Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/26/2014
  • Series: Dead , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 262 KB

Meet the Author

Award winning author, Lizzie T. Leaf started life in Kansas, continued her growing in North Carolina, and currently shivers through the winters in Colorado. She has numerous e-books in varying lengths and her first print book, Struck by Lightning, won dual 2007 Beacon awards, in addition to being a finalist in two other contests.
Since discovering the fun of writing paranormal, she plays with creating vampires, faeries and other immortals. Making Christmas is her first Historical romance.
When not creating mischief for paranormal beings, or researching her column Leaf’s Legends for Night Owl Reviews Magazine, she can be found exploring the other genres she wants to write. She also serves as VP of Programs for the Heart of Denver Romance Writers.
Lizzie loves to read, spend time with her family and travel with her best friend husband during her free time, on which most of friends ask…“what free time?”
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  • Posted October 14, 2012

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    Great read for Mature readers. Funny Vampire romance. Check it out.

    **Adult situations and language, and explicit sexual situations. Not for YA, mature readers only**

    This book is as good as the first one, almost. I loved the comedy in it, and loved the return of Dovey and Aaron , as well as Daniel and Rat. I liked that Danil became less stuffy in this book. It did get on my nerves a bit on how hillbilly sounding BJ was. (Billie Joyce, and there is quite the funny part when that nickname came up, lol)

    BJ is funny in other ways, besides her nerve grating hillybilly talk, is that she is a new vampire and faints at the sight of blood.
    I can’t really say much more without giving away too much. But its written brilliantly, and a great addition to the DEAD series. Again, not fond of the covers, it’s the only negative I have. Give it a shot.

    5 out of 5 stars for me.

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  • Posted September 17, 2012

    A vampire who faints at the site of blood? How can that not be a

    A vampire who faints at the site of blood? How can that not be a premise for a great book? I liked the characters, but I didn't really get to know Daniel. This book was just okay for me. If it had been a full length book, it would have been better. This story is 109 pages long. Maybe if I had read the first book, Dead Awake, I would've gotten a little more back story on Daniel. It started out strong, then felt a little rushed but it has great potential. I like the spin Leaf gave to vamps. I liked the story, but I needed more. I actually gave this book 2 1/2 stars.

    I received this book from the author/publisher/tour company for review.

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  • Posted August 14, 2012

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    "Dead Faint" is the second book in the "Dead"

    "Dead Faint" is the second book in the "Dead" series by the amazing Lizzie T. Leaf and it's one you don't want to miss! Lizzie sure knows how to make you feel like you're, right in the books with her characters! She includes the humor aspect along with the awesome sarcasm I'm so fond of, and doesn't disappoint in the drama section, either! This book introduces us to another "accidental vampire", Billy Joyce Nolan (aka: BJ), who is also a pure country girl at heart and she isn't afraid to let you know it, either! After a wrong turn leads to an encounter with street thugs who decide to take Billy Joyce's life, she is miraculously saved & turned into a vamp by the beautiful Dovey Divine, whom we meet in the first "Dead" novella. There is one major issue with Billie Joyce being a vampire,though.. She has always FAINTED at the first sight of blood! Dovey channels Daniel, the "Vamp in charge", to help with Billy Joyce's new foray into the vampire world.. And not only does this decision affect BJ in a completely life-changing way, Daniel also finds himself extremely attracted to the little country girl and it's this attraction that worries not only himself, but Billy Joyce as well. This book has the fabulous sense of humor & sarcasm, that we love & know from Ms. Leaf and it completely captivates the reader as they follow along on this journey in BJ's new life along with the quirky love story between BJ & Daniel. Throw in a few twists & turns about a huge secret with Dovey, along with the interesting ways that the vampires get Billy Joyce to drink blood without fainting and you have one entertainingly compelling & humorous read! Grab this book & join in the laughter & adventure!
    ~Vicki Rose
    Bitten By Love Reviews

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