Dead end dating by kimberly raye
A vivacious vampire with a flair for accessorizing, Lil Marchette is unlike most of her kind.
In need of a steady paycheck to support a compulsive cosmetics habit, Lil starts Dead End Dating (DED), a Manhattan-based matchmaking service that helps smart, sophisticated singles like herself find eternity mates–and may even help her stake a claim to her very own Count Right!
So, I “tied” many at the same number, and even still, I second guess my placement of them. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood Series One of the first series I obsessed over, and each and EVERY brother made me swoon. 3.) Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunters I *crushed* over and over again.
I tried to number them in order of favorites, but really, that was too hard since I liked so many of them equally. From sweet and innocent to bad-ass and hungry, my vampire tastes have changed significantly because of Eric.
While I enjoy reading all types of fiction, my favorites, the books that touch my soul, are romance novels.
If she can hook up Francis–after a little revamping, of course–she will prove her skills to the vampire community and turn DED into the hottest dating service in the Big Apple. I got to 2% and am marking it as "not-for-me." There's nothing wrong with this book. But, one thing that did put me off was we are dealing with a 500 year old vampire who acts like she is an immature 19 (not trying to offend 19 year olds). I can't buy that a 500 vampire would act like this.
Each one has a personal struggle, and getting past their emotional barriers is hard work, but oh so worth it! I lived in this world for a few weeks, and loved every moment of it. 5.) Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress Series Cat (half human/half vampire and EXTREMELY rare) hates vampires. Until she meets Bones, and he teaches her a few things about what a vampire really is. Bones is just plain hot, and the jealous reactions from both main characters make for some seriously steamy scenes.
Oh and as you already know, since I keep reminding you, “Z” (Zsadist) is my favorite vampire of all time (and the angriest of them all, too). 4.) Lynsay Sands Argeneau Vampires Extremely romantic, and funny – loved almost every one of them. 5.) Kerrelyn Sparks’s Love at Stake Series Pure candy!
Oh and, yeah ok, I also cheated cause there are more than 10 (this is also a , so comment here, or join me there, and maybe we can change this list even more! This is one series that I can easily read again and again. 2.) Charlaine Harris’s Southern Vampire Mysteries (Sookie Stackhouse Series) This was the second series I read in the genre, and I hesitated because I didn’t think it was possible to ever love any vampire more then Edward. While only a few of the heroes have a “vampire-y bite” in this series, they are all fighting a war against a certain kind of evil vampire.
Warrior vampires that protect the human race from an evil group of “turned-soulless” humans that are just plain gross. Read his book and you’ll see But first, read all the others, and I promise. Greek gods and goddesses (and then some other gods on top of that), shifters, demons and humans and again, swoon-time! Secret government agencies, cover-ups, vampire wars (and you might as well add ghosts and zombies to the mix) and you get non-stop action, and heartbreaking moments and plenty of funny (although more like snarky-funny).