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For bad girls looking for love . . . fangs are more than an accessory.

These are no Twilight tales — the stories in Girls Who Bite are varied, unexpected, and soul-scorching. Best-selling romance writer Delilah Devlin and her contributors investigate vampire myths from around the world, and add fresh girl-on-girl blood to the pantheon of the paranormal.

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Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 6th 2011 by Cleis Press
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Siren's Song
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So, I open the book and I'm expecting so many great things from the huge lineup of awesome authors and guess what... of course it delivered. You had doubts? Ah, I'm ashamed.
Seriously, there truly was not one story I didn't love. But, then I had to debate my approach to the review...do I give you a run down on each story? Well, in all honesty, they are very short and it is quite possible that I'd give away too much of one of these beauties. So, I decided to...more
Ava Riley
This not normally my genre of reading, but the stories were done so well I found it hard to put down. With the exception of a couple stories, which were more because of my own tastes, the anthology was put together very well and the stories within the cover very intriguing.

I highly recommend this book, even if lesbian vampires are not something you would normally pick up.
Garren
This is the worst short story collection I've ever read. Most of them are on par with undergraduate creative writing work: promising, but unrefined. It was a quick read because my every moan or groan signaled a skip to the next story.

Some tips:

* Swear to yourself in the mirror to never use the name 'Lilith' in vampire stories.

* While you're taking oaths, throw in the adjective 'ample.' Just, no.

* Suppose you have a clever idea, like a vampire flossing. Try to incorporate this idea in a way that...more
Romancing the Book
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Cover Drool!

Ok. I consider myself a pretty open minded person, when it comes to the combinations that can be made when it comes to love/relationships. When it comes to reading, I’ll give most things a go . . never know if you will like it if you don’t try it, right? So, after I read a few books that were m/m/f, I found myself wondering . . Where are the f/f or f/f/m books? I came across a few and they were good, but when I read the blurb for this...more
Mad
Here, Take a Taste

3.25 Stars

I must start out by stating that what kept this from rating this higher was the definite need for more editing before publication. Even with vampire stories being a personal favorite of mine these editorial and formatting snafus repeatedly took me out of the story. That being said, I still found enough quirky spins on a well known subject to keep me reading until the last page.


Antoinette
EH, it's exactly what it says it is. Pretty much girl porn. Even though they're short stories I expected a little more development than just wham-bam)thank-you-ma'am encounters.
Cecile
*I did receive this book from Night Owl Romance for the purpose of my honest review.*


*So, all thoughts and comments regarding this book are solely mine!*

For those of you that know me... and those that don't this is my little statement about short books.... I do not judge short stories on the rush of their relationships, because they are just that - short stories. So, yes the relationships always could have been drawn out more, yea it seems like they fall in love to fast and of course the story c...more
Jean Roberta
Vampire fiction has been a growth industry since Anne Rice changed the terms with her first novel, Interview with the Vampire, in 1978. Lesbian vampire fiction has a history that even predates Dracula. In the nineteenth century, fantasy female bloodsuckers were associated with the “femme fatale” that was featured in so much art and literature of the period.

Now that vampire fiction could take up a long shelf in the horror section of your local bookstore (or on-line bookseller), are lesbian vampir...more
Regencyfan93
I couldn't finish this. It didn't held my interest longer than a chapter.
Chrissy
Delilah Devlin provides us with a sexy compendium of sapphic vampire erotica. From the traditional immortal blood-drinkers to the more contemporary psychic and sanguinarian vampires, this anthology explores the sensual world of the wicked women who crave that which flows through our veins and the company of fellow women.
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Delilah Devlin is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with a rapidly expanding reputation for writing deliciously edgy stories with complex characters. Whether creating dark, erotically-charged paranormal worlds or richly descriptive westerns that ring with authenticity, Delilah Devlin “pens in uncharted territory that will leave the readers breathless and hungering for more…” www.De...more
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