On Sale: January 1, 2010
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Paranormal, Romance Anthology
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“Other” Cupid stories
New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands and Avon Books rising stars Pamela Palmer and Jaime Rush bring readers Valentine’s Day tales with a bite.
Vampire Valentine by Lynsay Sands
Mirabeau LaRouche knew she had a job to do, but she never expected her assignment to take her through New York CityŒs dark, dank underground-in her bridesmaid gown, no less! And when her partner turns out to be mortal private investigator Tiny McGraw, Mireabeau knows itŒs no ordinary CupidŒs arrow that has struck her heart this ValentineŒs Day.
Hearts Untamed by Pamela Palmer
Ten years ago Zeeland left D.C. to join the Therian Guard, needing to put some distance between himself and the still- too-young Julianne. Now he’s returned, in the midst of a Valentine’s celebration to find Julianne more beautiful than ever, still angry at him for leaving, and up to her lovely eyebrows in an intrigue that threatens both of their immortal lives.
Kiss and Kill Cupid by Jamie Rush
Kat Morgan has no use for Valentine’s Day, since hearing other people’s thoughts puts a real damper on any kind of intimate relationship. When she overhears the Killer Cupid serial killer targeting her for his Valentine’s Day murder, Kat is terrified. But is Adrian, the one man whose thoughts she can’t hear, her savior, or killer?
KISS AND KILL CUPID
Anthology story for Feb 2010’s BITTEN BY CUPID by Jaime Rush
Anyone who hyped Valentine’s Day should be locked in a cold theater and made to watch sappy movies for an entire month. While eating nothing but chocolates. No sleeping allowed.
Kristy walked into Casey’s Coffee Shop and snarled at the pink and red hearts dangling from the ceiling like an obstacle course. Five days to go. Let’s not forget this mushy stuff has been in my face for three weeks now. She got into the line and cranked up her iPod to drown out the noise. She bobbed to the funky-alternative-rock band, Does it Offend You, Yeah, as she moved ahead in line. To say the MP3 player had saved her sanity was Read More…