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Give Yourself to Me
     

Give Yourself to Me

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by Lisa G. Riley
 

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If Dr. Hollis Delacroix had known she’d be falling in love with a future vampire-murderer when she was seventeen, she...probably...still would’ve fallen in love. Hilliard had been irresistible then, and he was twice that now. She’d stood him up on prom night and fourteen years later, he’s finally found her, and boy has she got some

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If Dr. Hollis Delacroix had known she’d be falling in love with a future vampire-murderer when she was seventeen, she...probably...still would’ve fallen in love. Hilliard had been irresistible then, and he was twice that now. She’d stood him up on prom night and fourteen years later, he’s finally found her, and boy has she got some explaining to do. But so does he. He never told her that he was a vampire. But worse than that is that he’s suspected of killing other vampires and the bodies are winding up in her morgue. Talk about having some explaining to do!

Hilliard Ashley doesn’t go around biting people willy-nilly, and never in his life has he drank anyone’s blood without their permission. He’s just not that kind of vampire. He’d explain all that to the woman he’s been in love with since they were seventeen if she’d just let him. He cannot believe that the girl he’d known as Rose is now the big shot New Orleans medical examiner named Hollis Delacroix. He’s thrilled to have found her, but she's looking at him for the murders of four people. Okay, so maybe he DID kill two of them, but he has his reasons. All very good ones, too. She’d see that if she’d just stand still long enough for him to explain.

He doesn't care if her name is Hollis or Rose. Hill just wants her back, and he wants her back with such desperation that it’s almost enough to be embarrassing. He wants ALL of her, no holds barred. She’s his, he’s hers, and they both know it. They knew it when they were seventeen, and there's no use pretending. Of course, just when Hill sees the light at the end of the tunnel and thinks he can breathe easy, an old pain-in-the-ass nemesis tracks him down and is determined to get his revenge through Hollis, which predictably sends her scurrying away again.

Damn.

Can a vampire (a pretty nice one, by the by) catch a break?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148884088
Publisher:
Lisa G. Riley
Publication date:
11/05/2013
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
218 KB

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Give Yourself to Me [Off Like a Prom Dress] 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought it was funny and sexy. I haven't read anything else by her but I'm looking forward to trying her work,
socialmediaqueen More than 1 year ago
After reading this book, I wanted to learn more about Mrs. Riley's brand of vampire. Hollis is the medical examiner for New Orleans and bodies of otherwise healthy young men begin showing up on her examining table. She has no clue as to why they're dying and wonders if there's a serial killer on the loose. Meanwhile, Hilliard, her first love and lover whom she had to leave suddenly right before prom night years ago, suddenly shows up at her latest crime scene. I'm not giving anything away when I tell you that she finds out that Hilliard is a vampire and he's been killing rogue vampires, the bodies of which have been showing up in her morgue. I won't tell you why because you should read the book for that. Anyway, the sparks from all those years ago have not dimmed one bit between them and very shortly they find themselves all over each other once again. This is awesome because their feelings haven't died and they know that the love is still there. The problem for Hollis is that she has to decide what to do now that she knows that her lover is a killer. Is the reason he's doing it worth her keeping her silence? I certainly think it is, but you'll have to decide for yourselves!
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