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A Tale of Two Vampires (Dark Ones, No. 10) Mass Market Paperback – September 4, 2012
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Praise for the Dark Ones Novels
“A humorous take on the dark and demonic.”—USA Today
“Wild [and] zany.”—The Best Reviews
“The paranormal romance equivalent of soul food.”—Errant Dreams Reviews
About the Author
Ever the romantic, Katie MacAlister decided one day to write a story that included all her favorite literary elements—dishy guys, strong women, steamy love scenes, and lots and lots of humor. She’s been blessed to write more than forty books since that first one, and is always madly in love with her latest hero.
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Iolanthe has had some issues. After being sexual harassed at work and then fired for reporting it, she has a new career to start. Iolanthe or IO, as she likes to be called, has all ways liked photography. So when she visits her cousin Gretal for the summer, she thinks the local scenery may be perfect to start her new career. When she meets some of Gretal's friends, she thinks they are weird. When one of them thinks he is a vampire or Dark One, IO knows someone is not working on all cylinders. Imogene and Ben, brother and sister, talk of there father, Nicola. Imogene says he has died, Ben says he is in Brazil sleeping with lots of women. As IO talks with the two, she knows there is something off with them. They keep asking IO, what she is? It just makes IO more and more confused. Imogene agrees to let IO take pictures of her but not near one area of the forest. IO's curiosity is peaked. When she goes to the area by herself, and finds a swirling mist and wonders what it is. She goes to put her arm through it and take pictures of it and ZAP! Waking up 300 years is just the start of her problems.
Katie MacAlister does it again. I vote her as Queen of situational humor! I laugh in every one of her books! IO, is very funny and even when she really does not know what the heck is going on, is confident and sticks to her principles. Nicola, although stuffy and uptight at first, really grows on you. He really almost has to learn how to love again. They two, you know are meant for one another but they of course fight it all the way. They use the excuse of lust rather than love. As the story unfolds, IO is reluctant to say the words even though you know she feels it in her heart. Will IO be able to make the Ultimate sacrifice? You will have to read A Tale of Two Vampires!! AWESOME dark ones tale. If you want to laugh and read a good story this is one for you. Has adult situations, so 18 and up. Also lots of misunderstandings and LOL comedy!
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had a lot of questions. I think it was the paradox thing that got me. (spoiler alert) Like, if the dark ones are immortal, what happened to Nikola and Io in modern times. I know they went back, but where are they in modern times. Maybe she's going to write more on them and left it open. At least, I hope she writes
more on them.
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will be paperless. too bad, so sad.