There's more than one way to keep a vampire up all night.
I swore I was over clingy men—I have enough to deal with taking care of my own damn self—so I decided to give up dating until the gene pool markedly improved. But then I happened to share a toe-curling kiss with a sexy Irish vampire (What? It was an accident! My lips fell on his!), and it became obvious the problem wasn't men—the problem was human men.
Unfortunately, right after my revelation about gorgeous vampires and their excellent tongue game, my "future boyfriend" disappeared. Way to make me feel unwelcome! What's a girl to do? Join V-Date, the popular vampire dating site, obviously. How else was I supposed to find my Irish delight other than to let the vampire community know I was on the hunt for him? Yeah, yeah, okay, maybe not the best idea considering there was some sort of human recruiting going on, but hey, at least he can come to my rescue now…I hope.
Praise for Juliet Lyons's paranormal romance Dating the Undead:
"Quick, sharp wit that sinks its fangs into the reader and doesn't let go!"—MOLLY HARPER, acclaimed author of Sweet Tea and Sympathy and the Half-Moon Hollow series
Charming and racy romance meets rousing mystery in the deft launch of Lyons's paranormal erotic V-Date.com series, set in present-day London. Silver Harris doesn't let the men she dates get too close, and they still manage to let her down. When she meets stunning Irish vampire Logan Byrne, she's swept away despite herself, but she doesn't get his number. Her stepsister nudges her toward V-Date, the online dating service that connects humans and vampires. Meanwhile, Logan's boss, believing Scotland Yard is using V-Date to gather intelligence on the recently revealed vampire world, assigns Logan to monitor V-Date matchups, which brings him face to face with Silver again. As they grow close (to their mutual surprise), enigmas from both their pasts surface. The book sometimes treads well-worn paths the descriptions of Logan's Romani heritage are full of mystical "gypsy" clich s and the pace can drag a bit, but Lyons nevertheless keeps readers invested until the end. Relatable characters and a well-crafted setting make this a promising start to an intriguing series.
Dating the Dead
It's fun and I'm sorry a bit to say predictable.
The Undead Dating Service
One of those stories where you fall in love with the characters and don’t want it to end! Highly recommended - I was leery to read another book about vampires but SO glad I did!
Vampire with a twist
Love the unconventional twist and turns and constant action. Great read