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Kit and Mouse [NOOK Book]

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Kit is a vampire who had been planning on a quiet evening out at the local pub. But that plan becomes null when Mouse walks in. As soon as Kit meets him she knows that this quiet, shy man is not really what he seems. She instantly knows that she has to have him.

Mouse plays into her hands perfectly, agreeing to accompany her home. But Kit is in for quite a surprise when the nervous veneer fades and this mortal becomes the demanding and ...

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Kit and Mouse

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Overview

Kit is a vampire who had been planning on a quiet evening out at the local pub. But that plan becomes null when Mouse walks in. As soon as Kit meets him she knows that this quiet, shy man is not really what he seems. She instantly knows that she has to have him.

Mouse plays into her hands perfectly, agreeing to accompany her home. But Kit is in for quite a surprise when the nervous veneer fades and this mortal becomes the demanding and dominating man Kit never realised she had been needing.

Publisher's Note: This story was released as part of the Bound Brits Anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781907010323
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/8/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 30
  • Sales rank: 477,579
  • File size: 331 KB

Meet the Author

Dakota lives in Detroit Michigan because she loves the city at night and the shopping during the day. She loves David Bowie and vampire movies, The Beatles and Dolly Parton. She is partial to pixie sticks and cannot stand nuts...in her food. She will always believe that pizza is the perfect food. She is as much in love with her partner as she is with herself. And she will be the first to tell you how incredibly witty she is. She doesn't believe in lipstick but won't leave the house without eyeliner. She still won't admit whether or not she really believes that vampires exist. And if you let her, she can convince you she doesn't know how to ride a bicycle. You can also find Dakota at her Blog
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“Excuse me, miss?”

I turned to see a young man standing behind me with his hands in the pockets of his jeans. He was blushing severely and biting his lower lip.

“Yes?”

“Um, my friend over there wants to buy you a drink.” He turned and pointed to the end of the bar.

I glanced over to see a tall, muscular, blond guy waving at me.

“Then why didn’t he come over here and ask me himself?”

“I don’t know.” The kid blushed again and looked down at the floor. “Maybe he’s shy.”

“Him?” I laughed softly. “No offense love, but you seem to be the shy one out of that boisterous group.”

I had noticed the entire pack of them walk in to the pub an hour earlier. They were drunk and loud and pretty obnoxious. All of them except this one. He was definitely younger than the others, by at least five years. I figured he was legal, but probably not by much. Nineteen, twenty tops. He was also a head shorter than the rest of the guys, which would have made him barely taller than me at five foot five. He was kind of scrawny, with dark hair cut military short and big, wide blue eyes framed by the thickest eyelashes I had ever seen. Basically, he was exactly my kind of man.

“What’s your name sweetie,” I asked him.

“Mouse,” he said softly.

“Mouse? That can’t be your real name.”

“No, my real name is Colin. But everyone calls me Mouse.”

“I wonder why.” I smiled.

“Because I’m so quiet I guess, and I’m kind of small,” he said.

“Yeah, I got that. I was being sarcastic. You’re not that great with people are you?”

“I’m okay. I just don’t like to talk a lot.”

“Not even to me?”

“Especially not to you.”

His answer startled me a little. “What’s wrong with me?”

“Well, for starters you’re a vampire.” His face turned so red it was almost glowing. I could see the blood pumping faster up the vein in his throat. Cute and smart...sort of.

“What makes you think that?”

He gave me an eloquent look, somewhere between confusion and “you’re fucking kidding me, right”.

I smiled, making sure my fangs peeked out between my lips. His eyes widened but he didn’t step back, which impressed me.

“You’re not so scared you’d run from me?”

“I never said I was scared, I’m just not a big fan of vampires.”

“I see. And how did you know I was a vampire?” I watched his face to see if he’d attempt to lie to me. But he didn’t. Instead he leaned closer and whispered against my ear.

“I could smell you a mile away.” His tone made it sound sensual not offensive.

“And what do I smell like?”

“Peaches…and death.” He moved back and watched me struggle with my next words.

“Not very flattering, love.” I laughed softly, though not because of any humour in the situation. It was more of a nervous laugh. Which was ridiculous. I could have crushed the kid like a bug under my Manolo Blahnik clad heel. But something about the look he gave me made me question that thought as soon as I had it.



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