Midnight Brunch, Book 2

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Gallery Books, Apr 24, 2007 - Fiction - 336 pages
43 Reviews
What's a girl to do when she discovers she's the main course on the menu?

Hip, funny Milagro de los Santos thinks she's finally found love and a home at the California ranch of fabulous Oswald Grant and his urbane relatives, who have a rare genetic disorder that some call vampirism. But Milagro is bewildered when she's excluded from an ancient and mysterious midnight ceremony whose participants include Oswald's unfriendly parents, a creepy family elder, and Milagro's ex-lover, the powerful and decadent Ian Ducharme. What skeletons are the vampires keeping in their designer closets?

When Milagro's life is threatened by a rogue family member, she flees to the desert to hide. Instead of solitude, she encounters an egomaniacal actor, a partying heiress, a sly tabloid reporter, and a lavish spa full of dark secrets -- all of which might help her find a way home.

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Review: Midnight Brunch (Casa Dracula #2)

User Review  - Lady Entropy - Goodreads

Fun, light reading that amused me greatly. I love the sassy heroine (even if she plays the Latina card a little too often). I am so glad I bought the first three of this series for a cheap price. Perfect reading for summer. Read full review

Review: Midnight Brunch (Casa Dracula #2)

User Review  - Stacey - Goodreads

I really like this series' heroine Milagro. She is a sassy, brash hoot. She is also caring, loving, intelligent and wity. Its so easy to root for her. I have to say that "Midnight Brunch" moved along ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

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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