Dead end dating a novel of vampire love
When Lil meets geeky vampire Francis Deville, she knows he’s the perfect first client.If she can hook up Francis–after a little revamping, of course–she will prove her skills to the vampire community and turn DED into the hottest dating service in the Big Apple.I don't think I liked it quite as much as the first one, but I still enjoyed it.Kimberly Raye is the bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including Dead End Dating.I've decided that I am going to do it myself because I know everyone is tired of waiting. Talked with my agent and we are going to release the book in November, 2013.A new cover should be up soon and the book will be available for pre-order. Again, I thank you all so much for your patience and understanding. I know that's hard to understand, but it's the reality. I hope you can understand and find it in your hearts to give Lil a chance in November.It has been a battle to get to the point where we can do this ourselves.I was hoping that another publisher would pick up the book, and there has been a chance of that, but I know fans are tired of waiting and shopping it around involves a lot more time.
She says that Book 6 to this series in currently in the works and is planned to be picked up by a new publisher because she knows how many fans like us have been WAITING PATIENTLY FOREVER for this series to get going again.But just as her business takes off, Lil meets the (literally) drop-dead gorgeous bounty hunter Ty Bonner, who is hot on the chase of a serial killer. A vivacious vampire with a flair for accessorizing, Lil Marchette is unlike most of her kind.Instantly drawn to the luscious vamp stud, Lil really wants a taste. She prefers lively shades of pink to dismal black (soo not her color), plus she’s a hopeless romantic.She’s been nominated for several Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards, as well as a RITA Award.Her books have been featured in several major magazines, including Better Homes & Gardens and Glamour, and her novel Sometimes Naughty, Sometimes Nice was a Cosmopolitan magazine book club pick.