Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo [NOOK Book]

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From New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox

Voodoo priestess Amie Baptiste usually leaves the spells for the customers until one night, in her loneliness, she gives in to temptation. Amie weaves a spell to call "the perfect man for her." ....But she should have been more specific since her ideal man apparently died in 1811.

Dante Montengro has been haunting St. Louis ...
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Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo

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Overview

From New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox

Voodoo priestess Amie Baptiste usually leaves the spells for the customers until one night, in her loneliness, she gives in to temptation. Amie weaves a spell to call "the perfect man for her." ....But she should have been more specific since her ideal man apparently died in 1811.

Dante Montengro has been haunting St. Louis Cemetery Number One, waiting for his true love to call him back to life and end his wandering ways. Emerging from the cemetery: Hot, human and very much alive Dante's first stop is Amie's voodoo shop.

****SHORT STORY***** This is a 125 page short story.

*Originally published in My Zombie Valentine

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Urban Fantasy Romance Available by Angie Fox:

BIKER WITCHES SERIES (Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance):
Book 1: The Accidental Demon Slayer (FREE on Nook!)
Book 2: The Dangerous Book for Demon Slayers
Book 3: A Tale of Two Demon Slayers
Book 4: The Last of the Demon Slayers
Novella: I Brake for Biker Witches
Book 5: My Big Fat Demon Slayer Wedding
Novella: The Tenth Dark Lord 'A Leaping: Lizzie and Dimitri's first Christmas
Book 6: Beverly Hills Demon Slayer
Book 7: Night of the Living Demon Slayer - coming Feb 9, 2015

SOUTHERN GHOST HUNTER SERIES
Book 1: Southern Spirits - coming Oct 20, 2014

The MONSTER MASH SERIES (Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance):
Book 1: Immortally Yours
Book 2: Immortally Embraced
Book 3: Immortally Ever After

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Editorial Reviews

RT Book Reviews - Jill Smith
“A new talent just hit the urban fantasy genre, and she has a genuine gift for creating dangerously hilarious drama."
Fresh Fiction - Rachael Dimond
"If you're looking for a funny paranormal romp with a little heat and lots of action, this book is for you."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016001203
  • Publisher: Angie Fox
  • Publication date: 1/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 135,337
  • File size: 221 KB

Meet the Author

Angie Fox is the New York Times bestselling author of several books about vampires, werewolves and things that go bump in the night. She claims that researching her stories can be just as much fun as writing them. In the name of fact-finding, Angie has ridden with Harley biker gangs, explored the tunnels underneath Hoover Dam and found an interesting recipe for Mamma Coalpot’s Southern Skunk Surprise (she’s still trying to get her courage up to try it). Visit Angie at www.angiefox.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2013

    Short but good

    Not my favorite, not exactly believable, but still a worthwhile read. Good for filling a spare hour between tasks, it's only 91 pages long.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2014

    Really good

    I really enjoyed this

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2013

    I don't often like, or even read romance stories but this one wa

    I don't often like, or even read romance stories but this one was addicting. Couldn't put it down & found myself wishing for a Dante of my own.

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  • Posted October 15, 2011

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    Delightfully different!

    When Amie Baptiste decides to try a love spell for herself, she wants the perfect man for her. That night he appears at her door. He gorgeous, and naked and until very recently, he was dead. It appears her perfect man died about 200 years ago. But Amie's not as convinced as Dante that a Happily Every After is meant for them, and he's not happy when she tries to send him back in his grave. Dante has three days to convince Amie to give a zombie a chance before its "ashes to ashes" for him. First of all, in case you were wondering, he is not a "gooey" zombie. Dante comes back all gorgeous and hot and without any "graveyard breath" since the first thing he does in lean in for a make-out session. If this was a common occurrence, more Zombies would be able to move up in the monster genre to leading man status. This was a nice little short-story, and a break from the usual paranormal vampire/werewolf hero. What makes this one stand out was the addition of Isoke, Amie's Kongamato (a mythical, pterodactyl-like creature). Isoke is so happy to see Amie dating (zombie or not) he keeps leaving her good luck presents, mostly dead rats. He is delightful and funny. Although I am usually disappointed by short stories, I found one to be cute and charming and a quick break for the usual fare.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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