Haunted Honeymoon

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Gallery Books, Sep 28, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
31 Reviews

As the only human to survive vampire infection, Milagro de Los Santos has become quite a celebrity among the blood-drinking elite. Too bad the perks of her condition—increased strength, super-fast healing—don’t pay her condo fees. There are other complications too. She’s feeling guilty about her fling with enigmatic Vampire Council member Ian Ducharme, and pining for her ex-fiancé, Dr. Oswald Grant . . . the fabulous man whose kiss changed her life.

It’s when Milagro—irked by Ian’s attentions to his neighbor—travels to London and enjoys a sexy flirtation of her own, that the blood really hits the fan. Suddenly, those around her are dying gruesome deaths and Milagro’s being interrogated. Who would kill to set her up as a murder suspect?

Milagro just wants to turn back the clock and have another chance to make things right, but no sooner has she escaped to Oswald’s ranch than an accident obliterates her memory. Will the murderer come after her now? And will amnesia spark a romantic do-over with Oswald—or will she make all the same mistakes before she ever gets to say "I do"?

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Marta Acosta is a brilliant writer. - Goodreads
It couldnt have been a better ending, not in my book! - Goodreads
It is a great insight into what makes her tick. - Goodreads
She says Haunted Honeymoon was a miraculous ending. - Goodreads
I am glad this is how her story is ending for now. - Goodreads

Review: Haunted Honeymoon (Casa Dracula #4)

User Review  - Vera - Goodreads

This series makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside! It's funny, and romantic, and makes me want to indulge in my femininity. Milagro did get annoying at times, but she's so very real. She makes bad ... Read full review

Review: Haunted Honeymoon (Casa Dracula #4)

User Review  - Chibineko - Goodreads

I was really sad to see the final curtain close on Milagro (for now, anyway), but readers fear not- this ending was a satisfying one. Even if Acosta never writes about our favorite sorta-vampire vixen ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

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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