Vampires take Manhattan

Meg Cabot’s book Overbite is a clever take on the Dracula yarn. Meena Harker knows when and how everyone she meets will die. She goes into hiding from a breakaway killer cult of vampires after her former fiancé is turned into one and tries to kill her.

The cult wants to siphon off her psychic powers by draining her blood. Luckily she is protected by the secret society she joined to fight evil – The Palentine Guard.

 
Meena has never had so many worries or so much attention.
 
Dracula wants to seduce her and make her his mate. Meena finds the dark prince attractive – even though she knows enough to resist his evil allure. Meena is protected by the dashing Alaric Wulf a member of the Palentine Guard. He and Meena harbour a complex attraction for each other.
 
Overbite is an amusing horror story with engaging characters and touch of whimsy. Full of sexual tension and clever pot twists, Overbite will keep any romantic vampire fan enthralled.
 
It is part of a series.
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Stimulating, sultry and amusing summer reads

The vampire craze has never been hotter. Dracula, My Love: The Secret Journals of Mina Harker by Syrie James is new twist on the old legend. The author of The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen proves herself a mistress of recreating a romantic female fantasy. She answers all the tantalizing “what-if” questions left unanswered in the original tale. Sryie James paints a vivid picture of woman in the grip of dark passion. If you think you know the legend, her thoroughly modern Mina will surprise and delight you. It’s a dark and sizzling romance for hot summer days and nights.

 
Paris Insight – An Anthology is not a guidebook in the usual sense; it is richer. Tom Reeves’s collection of short essays directs you to the “jewels” of the magical city of Paris. He packs his writing with cultural details and insights into Parisian life, as he directs you to intimate eating spots, fascinating shops, and tucked-away churches and neighbourhoods. Along the way, this book’s fascinating historical anecdotes and helpful tips will help you will enjoy Paris even more than you would on your own. The slim volume, also on Kindle, is beautifully illustrated. This is a perfect Father’s Day gift for travelling dads.

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