[Free eBook] Dating the Undead by Juliet Lyons [Vampire Paranormal Romantic Comedy]

Dating the Undead by British author Juliet Lyons is the 1st novel in her Bite Nights series of f/m contemporary paranormal vampire workplace romance with romantic comedy elements, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Sourcebooks’ Casablanca imprint.

The series is set at the workplace for an online dating service which sets up matches for modern-day vampires. This story involves a vampire who works at said service, who finds himself falling for an irresistible mortal woman who’s only looking for a casual good time.

This is the publisher’s selected 1st-in-series monthly introductory freebie, offered to promote the recently-released 2nd novel. If you are interested, you can read an interview with the author about this book, taken when it was first released.

Offered worldwide through October 5th, available at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ B&N, Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, Google Play (some retailers may only carry the free offer in certain regions, so you might have to check for your region by adjusting the country codes in the URLs to find one who does)

There’s more than one way to keep a vampire up all night.

V-Date.com. It’s the vampire dating site. And if you’re a mortal who’s getting a little too close to learning our secrets, I’m the guy who swoops in to make you forget. But don’t worry: I only bite sometimes.

I was great at my job until I met Silver—sarcastic, sexy, spunky Silver. I can’t bring myself to make her forget about our kind. About me. It’s all I can do not to throw her down on the kitchen counter and have my way with her, fangs and all.

She says she’s just looking for a good time, and I’m just the vampire to give it to her—over and over again. I went into this looking for a good tumble, but even I have to admit that things are changing between us. Good god, I want to hold her hand. In public.


Author: Alexander the Drake

The public persona of a private person.

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