Dead end dating book
But as a made vampire, Ty can\u2019t procreate\u2013and Lil will settle for nothing less. For Lil Marchette, the owner of Manhattan's premier dating service for vampires (and a dazzling denizen of the dark herself), death is all in a night's work.Luckily, between \u201cvampifying\u201d Francis and helping Ty solve his murder mystery, Lil has no time for silly romantic entanglements . Unfortunately, it's going to take more than matching up vamps to pay the bills and fund Lil's cosmetics addiction. Eager to diversify, she signs up for a popular dating show, Manhattan's Most Wanted (MMW), to pitch her expertise to the perfect target audience-eligible women looking for eligible men.It's all very light, fluffy, and a fast read that's humorous but not overly so, with plenty happening at all ends to keep things spicy.Raye's writing style is very different, not cloying and overdone but extremely spruced up and addictive.In other words, if you don't enjoy that series, you can still enjoy this one for they're not the same.
Luckily, between “vampifying” Francis and helping Ty solve his murder mystery, Lil has no time for silly romantic entanglements . Pleasantly, this book was very different, focusing basically only on vamp-vamp relations, involving humans to a lesser degree, and injected so many unusual and new twists to vampirism that it was almost like readi I was a bit reluctant to start on this endeavor, for the back cover description sounded a bit too cutesy for me.
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A vivacious vampire with a flair for accessorizing, Lil Marchette is unlike most of her kind.
Vampires are matched based on this orgasm rate for female, and fertility rating for the male. Both groups are snobby toward each other and rarely interact.
I have seen comparisons in other reviews between this one and Mary Janice Davidsons' Undead series, but I digress.