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Sunday, April 14, 2013

*Review: Vampire For Christmas*

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It was one last mission. Shannon, a demon hunter with the agency, is looking forward to leaving behind the small town and the vampire she's been stuck with for the past two years. Things are getting complicated fast and she wants out. A fresh start, free of her vampire partner, awaits her if she can survive their final mission and the lonely Christmas holidays.

It was one last mission. Rafe, a vampire doing time with the agency, watches it approach with dread weighing heavily in his stomach. Two years of working with Shannon has been difficult, especially since he started falling for her, but he doesn't want their partnership to end. He has barely a few days to make her face her feelings and stop her from leaving, and he intends to do just that. When a slimy demon threatens the season of peace and goodwill, it's the chance Rafe has been waiting for and the moment Shannon secretly fears. Rafe's determination to prise open her heart and her own resolve to keep it closed clash as violently as they do with the demon, and threatens to end as messily.

Can Rafe make Shannon see that his love for her is real and that she feels something for him too? Can Shannon face her fears and her past, and stop herself from running away from both? Will a wish on a star bring her what her heart truly desires—a vampire for Christmas?

This is the first book I've read by this author and I was not disappointed! I found it to be a very good short read. It was filled with: action, desire, and team work. Rafe falls in love with Shannon, his partner. While he knows how he feels about her, she is more guarded and confused about her feelings. She hates vampires, but Rafe is different. She tries fighting it, but know matter how hard she tries, she can't get over him. For the past two years they have been partners at the agency, but can there be more to their relationship? Or will Shannon let her past ruin any future she may have with Rafe?  This book is  currently  $2.99 on the B&N website. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.

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