The Vampire's Kiss

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iUniverse, Jul 1, 2004 - Fiction - 132 pages
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Cara Stivers hasn't had a date in almost a year, so when her friend offers to fix her up with two different boys, she readily agrees to meet them. But one of the boys, Nate Summers, is the same boy who haunts her in her dreams. Except in her dreams, he's a vampire and he's dangerous. When the murders begin, she knows that Nate is behind them, and she finds out that he is going to kill her next. In a race against time, she has to find out who he really is, why he wants to kill her and how to stop him before it's too late.

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Unlike other authors, Ruth Ann Nordin did not start out with a crayon and an urge to draw her very first story. She did not hold her little sister captive... Well, okay she did, but she didn't do it through her amazing storytelling ability. (She would tie her little sister up and force her to play school.) She never won any awards or honorary mentions for anything she wrote. Ruth self-published because she knew the secular market didn't want Christian values thrown at them and the Christian market didn't want sex thrown at them. If you can't fill an existing niche, might as well make your own. Stephannie Beman is a city girl turned ranch-hand, living in the original homestead cabin with her family and cooking on an old wood stove. Her teenage love of words and reading pretty much anything she could get her hands on only fueled her already fertile imagination which has heavily inspired her writing. Only after meeting her husband did a dash of romance and a pinch of erotica enter every story. Now they abound with forbidden love, sexy heroes, strong heroines, dark secrets, and passion. In her worlds legends walk, love is eternal, fables are alive, fairy tales have lessons to teach, and myths are survivors of bygone years.

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