Penguin, Dec 28, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
The bite is back in vampire fiction as five of today’s most provocative authors cast their irresistible spells on you…
Follow a vampire hunter who can be as deadly as her prey. Meet a down-home southern girl who’s found out, much to her chagrin, that vampires are her type. Feel the euphoria of fear in the shadow of a reluctant queen of the undead. Step closer to the hot-blooded edge of passion as a strange new mythology of the night is unveiled.
Includes never-before-published stories featuring vampire hunter Anita Blake and everyone's favorite vampire-loving waitress, Sookie Stackhouse.
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Angela Knight Stands outUser Review - NiecyK - Borders
I thoroughly enjoyed this book of short stories .... I read it because of the Sookie Stackhouse story , as I love Charlaine Harris's books and the True Blood Series All of the stories were ... Read full review
BiteUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Here is a collection of five romantic vampire tales by some of the genre's most popular authors. In Hamilton's "The Girl Who Was Infatuated With Death," a desperate mother begs vampire hunter Anita ... Read full review