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For your special Valentine: ‘Dating the Undead’ February 13, 2012

Posted by Diana McCabe in News.
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Trying to snag that special vampire, werewolf, zombie or demon boyfriend? Authors Gena Showalter and Jill Monroe – experts on hot vampires, shifters, and more – have a new book full of romance tips for your undead relationship: DATING THE UNDEAD.

Here’s a snippet from the book:

Will a Vampire burst into flames in the sunlight, or will he glitter?

How many dateless nights are ahead of me since my Werewolf boyfriend is part of a pack — and I’m not?
(Not many, if he’s a keeper!)

Are all Dragon-Shifters ticklish under their scales, or just mine?
(Depends. Is your Dragon a land- or water-dweller?)

How do I break my Zombie out of his shy shell so I can introduce him to my friends?
(Two words: time and patience.)

Just how naughty can I be before I shock my Angel?
(Not very, unfortunately. But the good news is, a shock might be just what he needs!)

Does horn size indicate the size of anything else on my Demon?
(Hell to the yes!)


1. Diana McCabe - February 13, 2012

I was going to try and post a list of my fave paranormal hotties but decided to do a snippet from a book instead. However — feel free to let me know who your fave vamp, shifter, ghoul etc is. A year ago I would’ve said Barrons, but now not so sure. On TV — I like Joe Manganiello who plays Alcide on True Blood. But not sure I have a current paranormal hottie for 2012 — yet!

2. Rhiannon Tiger Clause - February 29, 2012

Is that Aiden from Being Human on the cover? *naughty thoughts*

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