Vampire Morgue

Vampire Morgue

by Maggie Jagger
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Overview

Vampire Morgue by Maggie Jagger

I should never have made friends with the eternal being trying to kill himself in the freezer. It wasn’t as if he could do it, he was only trying to make time go faster. Now I am trapped inside his vampire morgue, unable to move or speak. My fate was written long ago when I played vampire slayer on the beach.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011339547
Publisher: Maggie Jagger
Publication date: 05/10/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,129,857
File size: 298 KB

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historical romance author

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Vampire Morgue 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Vampire Morgue by Maggie Jagger Calista's life changed when they moved to a new house. Her mom became quite different and they inherited Quinn. He actually had a different name but Calista renamed him. He was a rather depressed soul who lived in the freezer or the Vampire Morgue as she called it. When Calista befriends Quinn, her life changes once again. And the day she plays Buffy the Vampire Slayer with Quinn there is no turning back. Ever. Calista also has a unique friend next door. Julie looks like a small child as she had stopped growing quite a long time ago. She has a freaky brother who is also a rock star, Calista does her best to stay away from him. Not to mention the being who is somewhere in the sky. This is a unique and unusual story. There are vampires but not your normal everyday kind, you know the kind you usually run into while out on the town. It is paranormal with a touch of sci-fi and of course a touch of romance. The story is told completely through Calista’s eyes. It’s a fairly quick read but a complete story.
MaureenFisher More than 1 year ago
Unique, imaginative, and lots of fun ... I love Maggie Jagger's subtle sense of humor. Vampire Morgue is a fun read with appealing characters, and a plot that keeps the reader involved all the way from start to finish as the origin of the vampires unfolds. I eagerly await a sequel.
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candepanda More than 1 year ago
The story was a bit hard to follow, I struggled to really step into the world she was creating. Her take on vampirism was unique. I think it could be a good story with editing.
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It was ok. Quite confusing thou. I guess you really had to get into it to get it or something.
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kathy nickle More than 1 year ago
I started out thinking this book was ok but, the more I read the less I liked it. I finished it but, wouldn't reccomend it to any of my friends.
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