Cami has spent the last 80 years trying to kill herself. She might even have succeeded if she weren't a vampire. Aside from being undead, Cami has a little problem with being schizophrenic, which allows her to catch glimpses of the future, but also complicates the little things in life like talking (or knowing she is a vampire). Every night, she walks the streets of Washington D.C. while Barry and Melvin, her two inept demon companions, try to convince her to wreak as much havoc on the city as possible. The night she is hit by a car, driven by the last pure hearted priest in the city, her un-life is changed in ways she never thought possible. When her world is thrown into upheaval with people trying to kill her, hearts being broken, kidnappings, torture, and Shakespearian plays, Cami's desire to kill herself fades to an afterthought as more important aspects of life, love, and vampire politics take over.
Caught in the middle of an undead power struggle, Cami is coming of age...a century after her death.
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About the Author
Alex and Becky had a romance straight out of a comic strip when they met at the school newspaper they both worked at in college. Tales of vampires, zombies, and werewolves accompanied their decade long and counting ongoing courtship/shacking up. If it's inappropriately humorous, assume it was Alex; if it's inappropriately sexual, assume it was Rebecca. When they're not drawing inappropriate doodles of each other and watching re-runs of "The Boondocks" the couple lives and writes in southern Oregon.
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Plucking Cupid's Bow based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I am over the freaking moon that this is the first book in a series. I laughed so hard in places my wife thought I was watching youtube videos; she didn't understand when she came over and saw I was laughing at a book. Now she's reading it and laughing even harder. This book is clever, funny, touching, and FUNNY. The demon sidekicks are the best part if you ask me.