The Bride of Casa Dracula

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Gallery Books, Sep 16, 2008 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Milagro De Los Santos is having serious problems planning her wedding to fabulous Oswald Grant, M.D. Her future in-laws loathe her, her dog just died, and Oswald's family has a genetic anomaly that makes them crave blood. Then her extravagant best friend hijacks the role of wedding coordinator, and the secretive Vampire Council assigns conniving Cornelia Ducharme to guide the couple through the ancient vampire marriage rituals.

To top it all off, Milagro's career is on the skids. She's reduced to ghost-writing the memoirs of a loony little man who claims to be a shapeshifter. And why does Cornelia's decadent, way too attractive brother, Ian, always show up whenever Milagro is away from Oswald? When a series of accidents interferes with wedding plans, Oswald worries that Milagro is cracking under the pressure. Is she just paranoid, or is a hidden enemy trying to make sure Milagro doesn't wed the undead?

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Marta Acosta's writing is fresh and comedic. - LibraryThing
The writing is amazing, really genious level. - Goodreads
She is also ghost-writing for a freaky guy. - Goodreads

Review: The Bride of Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula #3)

User Review  - Chibineko - Goodreads

Once this arrived at my house, I ripped into this like a toddler expecting a Betsy Wetsy doll on Christmas Day. I'd been jonesing pretty hard for my Milagro fix and to see how the story would bridge ... Read full review

Review: The Bride of Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula #3)

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Possible spoilers Really enjoying this series, going to be sad to see it end with the next book. I have confidence thou that the author will wrap things up and give everyone their HEA This book ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Marta Acosta received a degree in English literature and creative writing from Stanford University. She is a regular contributor to The San Francisco Chronicle and the Contra Costa Newspapers. Her debut novel, Happy Hour at Casa Dracula, was a Book Sense Pick.

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