How to Catch and Keep a Vampire: A Step-by Step Guide to Loving the Bad and the Beautiful

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Who needs a book on dating a vampire? Well, Bella Swan and Sookie Stackhouse to name just two. They are fortunate to have vampire boyfriends. But what the heroines of Twilight and "True Blood" don't have and could use is some advice on getting along with them. Everything they and every other red-blooded American girl (and guy) wants to know about finding a dreamy blood-drinker and keeping him is within How to Catch and Keep a Vampire: A Step-by-Step Guide to Loving The Bad and the Beautiful. And who better to introduce mortal readers to the world of dating a 21st century vampire than a few mouth-watering immortals? The cast includes a variety of undead charmers who will win the hearts and minds of readers everywhere, and author Diana Laurence will be their expert guide. 

Who needs a book on dating a vampire? Well, Bella Swan and Sookie Stackhouse to name just two. They are fortunate to have vampire boyfriends. But what the heroines of Twilight and "True Blood" don't have and could use is some advice on getting along with them. Everything they and every other red-blooded American girl (and guy) wants to know about finding a dreamy blood-drinker and keeping him is within How to Catch and Keep a Vampire: A Step-by-Step Guide to Loving The Bad and the Beautiful. And who better to introduce mortal readers to the world of dating a 21st century vampire than a few mouth-watering immortals? The cast includes a variety of undead charmers who will win the hearts and minds of readers everywhere, and author Diana Laurence will be their expert guide. 

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AuthorDiana Laurence
PublisherSellers Pub Incorporated
PlaceLondon
Year2009
ISBN9781416205524
BindingPaperback
ConditionVery Good
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