Drop Dead Gorgeous

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Harlequin Books, 2008 - Fiction - 217 pages
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Dillon Cash used to be the biggest geek in Skull Creek, Texas—until a vampire encounter changed him into a lean, mean sex machine. Now every woman in town wants a piece of the hunky cowboy.

Meg Sweeney can't get over her old friend Dillon's transformation. Not only does she want him, but she's also dying to figure out how he did it. Because Meg is a former geek herself. If Dillon can suddenly morph into a stud, who's to say there isn't a sex kitten waiting to be unleashed inside her? She just needs a little instruction….

Dillon's never been able to refuse his best pal, Meg, anything…even sex lessons. Little does he guess that one life-changing night in her bed will leave him dying to live again…

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User Review  - jjmachshev - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this light-hearted, yet still hot read by Kimberly Raye. Once tomboy Meg has had it with her Man-Handler Meg reputation. She wants to be feminine, hot, and sexy! And by gosh, she's already ... Read full review

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The summary you show for this book isn't correct. This book is about a vampire named Dillon and his "friend" Meg. A decent book to read by the way if you're looking for fast and sexy.

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Section 1
7
Section 2
19
Section 3
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Bestselling author Kimberly Raye started her first novel in high school and has been writing ever since. She has published more than sixty-five novels, including "Texas Thunder", and two of them are prestigious RITA Award finalists. She's also been nominated by "Romantic Times" "BOOK Reviews" for several Reviewer's Choice awards, as well as a Career Achievement award. She lives deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country with her husband and their children. She's an avid reader who loves Diet Dr. Pepper, chocolate and cowboys. "Especially" cowboys. Kim also loves to hear from readers.

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