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Drawing from her own experiences with vampires – meeting them, befriending them and dating them – Diana shares with the aspiring vampire-dater all the do’s and don’ts that will help you to meet the right vampire for you and to build a successful and satisfying relationship with him (or her).
This highly entertaining book covers all the aspects of vampire dating and gives the fang-fanciers answers to burning questions like “Is it possible to tame a vampire? ” and “What to do when your vampire is cheating on you? Diana warns us for the risk of over-swooning and explains the history of the red satin ribbon.
Except that the hook of this series is that vampires "came out of the coffin" on national TV a couple of years earlier. There is not a clunker in the cast, or an off moment in the writing.
They now live openly in society, because the Japanese have invented a synthetic blood that is sold in convenience stores everywhere as "True Blood." The vampires themselves are considered kinda exotic, and there are "fang bangers" of both sexes who long to have sex with them.
These days, it seems, everyone wants to bed a vampire.
Forget Bram Stoker's Count Dracula, a hideous foreigner intent on taking the life and the virtue of nineteenth-century English ladies.
Today's vampires, like 's Edward Cullen, are portrayed as crush-worthy hunks.
John Edgar Browning met his first “real vampire” in a Gothic clothes store.
A doctoral candidate at Louisiana State University at the time, he had already been on the hunt for several months.