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What We’re Reading: Sex and the Single Vamp by Robin Covington

SexAndTheSingleVampHighResMy friends, I had the immense pleasure of getting my hot little hands on an early copy of this one. I started it on a six hour flight to San Francisco, when I was a little too wired to get any sleep. This may be Robin’s first dip into the paranormal, but the sexy, suspenseful paranormal reunion story had me so drawn in I nearly finished the book by the time my plane landed.

I loved the “open world” (paranormal creatures exist in public), the unique premise, and the chemistry between the hero and heroine was smokin’ hot. You’ll definitely want to check this out.

Sex and the Single Vamp comes out March 24 and is available for pre-order now at a very hot price of only 99 pennies. How can you pass that up?

About Sex and the Single Vamp:

Cici Trent, vampire and media darling, spends her days finding true love for humans and supernaturals (the “Others”) at her dating agency. But someone is trying to sabotage her business and she needs help. Unfortunately, the best man for the job is the one who broke her still-beating heart two hundred fifty-four years ago.

Deacon is a patient vampire. He’s only loved one woman in over three hundred years— CiCi— and she chose another. So when she shows up in his office asking for help, he finally has the chance to lay that demon to rest. He’ll help her, but for a price—a night in his bed.

Adrenaline, mischief, and a little late-night B&E light the passion that even a couple of lifetimes couldn’t put out. But Deacon has a secret and when Cici is suddenly mortal, his deception might be the only way restore her immortality. Can love bridge the gap between a heartbeat and forever?

Pre-order at: Amazon | B&N |  Add to Goodreads

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3 thoughts on “What We’re Reading: Sex and the Single Vamp by Robin Covington

  1. It does sound good, but I have a bit of trouble with books like that, when I already have a book with almost the same title. And a vampire dating agency is also not new to me. So at the moment, I am not curious enough, sorry.

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