By Charlaine Harris
The hot Sookie Stackhouse novel from the New York Times bestselling writer of Dead as a Doornail.
Spiked with a "frothy fusion of romance, secret, and fantasy" (Publishers Weekly), this "deliciously fiendish...increasingly riotous series" (Dallas Morning information) sends the supernaturally talented cocktail waitress to New Orleans, the place she has to house the legacy of 1 of her family and a number of doubtless risky characters.
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Sookie Stackhouse is simply a small-time cocktail waitress in small-town Louisiana. until eventually the vampire of her desires walks into her life-and certainly one of her coworkers tests out. .. .
Maybe having a vampire for a boyfriend isn't any such vibrant idea.
A enjoyable, quickly, humorous, and fantastically exciting combination of vampire and secret that's demanding to place down, and shouldn't be overlooked.
Selon les rapports officiels, tous les vampires sont morts. Mais Arkeley, ancien agent fédéral, sait que l'un d'entre eux est encore en vie et manigance le retour des siens. Aussi est-il tiré de sa retraite par le FBI pour enquêter, avec Laura Caxton, sur un contrôle de regimen qui a mal tourné.
At the night of Sofia Claremont's 17th birthday, she is sucked right into a nightmare from which she can't wake.
A quiet night stroll alongside a seashore brings her nose to nose with a perilous light creature that craves even more than her blood.
She is abducted to an island the place the solar is forever forbidden to polish. An island uncharted through any map and governed through the main strong vampire coven on the earth. She wakes right here as a slave, a captive in chains.
Sofia's lifestyles takes an exciting and terrifying flip whilst she is the only chosen out of enormous quantities of ladies to hitch the harem of Derek Novak, the darkish royal Prince.
Despite his dependancy to energy and obsessive thirst for her blood, Sofia quickly realizes that the most secure position at the island is inside his quarters, and he or she needs to do all inside of her strength to win him over if she is to outlive even yet one more night.
Will she be successful? . .. Or is she destined to an analogous destiny that each one different ladies have met by the hands of the Novaks?
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She sounded faintly incredulous. “I’m not giving up work or free time to drive over to Shreveport because Mr. High and Mighty wants me to jump to do his bidding,” I protested—reasonably, I thought. “He can haul his ass over here if he wants to tell me something. ” So there. “If he had wanted to pick up the phone ‘his ownself,’ as you put it, he would have done so. ” A significant silence. ” “I can’t. I have a date,” I said, trying to keep any trace of smugness out of my voice. There was another silence.
We even had a vampire, once. Our current cook was a middle-aged black woman named Callie Collins. Callie was heavy, so heavy I didn’t know how she could get through the hours she spent standing on her feet in the hot kitchen. ” Callie said, as if she’d never heard of such a thing. “Uh-huh. ” It could be that Callie was so sharp-edged because she was old enough to remember the bad old days when blacks and whites had different schools, different waiting rooms, different water fountains. I didn’t remember any of those things, and I was not willing to take into account Callie’s bundle of baggage every time I talked to her.
It wasn’t often Bill passed the time of day; small talk wasn’t his strong point. Even when we’d been a couple, he had not been what you’d call chatty. And even a vampire can be a workaholic; Bill had become a computer geek. ” “Yes. ” Now I was truly startled. (This is possible because I can’t read vampire minds. That’s why I like vampires so much. ) My cousin had been murdered almost six weeks ago in New Orleans, and Bill had been with me when the Queen of Louisiana’s emissary had come to tell me about it .