Everyone knows that happily ever afters only happen in fairy tales. Real life is cruel and painful. Bianca may fantasize about the two hunks in the shadows, but that doesn't mean they’ll ever notice her. Men as sinfully sexy as the two brothers won’t want a crippled redhead like her.
The New Year has always been a painful reminder for Bianca. She helps out at the annual orphanage’s fancy dress fundraiser to help chase away her demons—until it’s time to leave.
When Sister Maria insists that Bernhard and Archie escort Bianca home, the events that follow change her life forever. The hottest sex she's ever had cannot account for the changes Bianca sees in the mirror. Vampires aren’t real, right?
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Life is always simpler in fairy tales. Good trumps bad; and there’s always a happy ever after. Unfortunately, real life would never mimic a fairy tale, especially for Bianca. Having suffered through so many years of painful physical therapy to learn to walk again after the tragic accident that killed her parents, you would think that would be the worst of it; but no, she also had to endure bullying by her classmates. Yet, real life, while a hindrance, doesn’t seem to get her down and Bianca has love to share through her volunteer work at the orphanage. Having overdone it at the fund raiser that evening, Bianca was preparing for her walk home when Sister Maria suggests that Bernhard see her home. Except, it isn’t only Bernhard, his brother Archie comes too. Loves: Holy smokes, both Bernhard and Archie are absolute sex on two feet (four feet?)! Where one is tall, blond and serious; the other is tall, dark and lighthearted. Dark and light simply waiting for Bianca to balance them out. I also loved how Doris O’Connor used the night and weather to give off a menacing air and then balanced it with the safety of her vampires; because, well, they most definitely become HER vampires. Bit of a spoiler, but I absolutely loved how Bianca thought some of her initial interactions with the brothers was nothing more than a dream. Doris O’Connor’s SAVED BY HER VAMPIRES is a shorter story but if it were any longer, you’d catch fire reading it, it’s so hot.
This book was only 43 pages long. Not worth the money.