What's the seating plan when rival clans of werewolves and vampires meet under the same roof? “Fans of paranormal romance will welcome the rare chance to see Sherilynn Kenyon, Susan Krinard, Rachel Caine, Lori Handeland and other favorite authors working in short form.” Publishers Weekly“Combining top talent from all across the paranormal genre provides plenty of magical thrills, spills and giggles.
(And it’s a healthy one, too; the fourth installment, Anno Dracula: Johnny Alucard, dropped in September.) In the first book, Vlad Tepes has wormed his way into the affections of Queen Victoria, sparking a fashionable vampiric craze across jolly old England.
Just because we spirits, and can, don't mean that we should.""I know," Hattie said. "If them two don't watch out, they gonna make a baby this afternoon, if you ask me.""I know," Hattie crooned, clasping her hands in joy. ""That's why I came here," Hattie whispered, standing and putting both hands on her disappearing hips.
She watched her friend of many years fully materialize to sit beside her. "All these years and our families are still feudin'? Working roots on each other, casting evil spells, dabblin' in hoodoo — humph!
Add a dash of Jack the Ripper, Holmes canon, and cameos from Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, and innumerable other Victorian names of note, and you’ve got a book you’ll be reading till the sun comes up.
Unholy Night, by Seth Grahame-Smith Grahame-Smith is the man that launched a thousand supernatural ships with his ninja Bennet family.