Veronica and the Vampire
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Veronica Davis is a woman with a desperate need.

If she doesn't bring a date to her big sister's wedding, the L for loser that's imprinted on her forehead will become permanent, as far as her family is concerned. And heck, she's started to believe it, herself.

Why else would a girl end up at a Los Angeles escort agency with the strange acronym V.A.M.P. Inc? Where you pick y...more
Kindle Edition, 91 pages
Published (first published June 8th 2011)
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TallMocha
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Niina
Veronica has to get a date to her evil sister's wedding or she'll never hear the end of it, so she does what she never thought she'd do, hire and escort. Her co-worker directs her to V.A.M.P. Inc, and when she gets there she's guided to 8 coffins with pictures on top, she's about to bolt ( she's not into the Hollywood gimmick dating ) but gives the coffins a polite go to not upset the saleslady.

The picture of the guy in coffin three gets her blood pumping and she can't help but be drawn to the g...more
Donna
This is a quick, cute lunch time read sure to send you back to your desk with a smile on your face and a chuckle in your heart. This is not rocket science it is pure brain candy. Absolutely adorable.

Veronica Davis needs a date for her sister’s wedding. She comes from a judgmental family and dares not show up alone. A co-worker sends her to an escort service V.A.M.P. Inc. where you pick your date from a row of coffins in the agency's basement. Who knew they we really vampires. But heck maybe that...more
Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Jun 22, 2011 Linda Thomas-Sundstrom rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Hi readers! My new novella "Veronica and the Vampire" is pure fluffy, "girly" fun. I've dedicated this book to everyone who has ever "dated" and remembers this process (fondly or otherwise). Maybe some of those dates seemed other-worldy, too? We just didn't know for sure who might show up?

ha.

I've packed this book with tons of good Karma for those of us who do remember those times, all too well...

I hope this just makes you smile.

Linda
Michelle
quick & funny read. Different kind of a Paranormal Romance storyline. Liked it a lot!
Gerri
Cute! Loved the last line.
Amanda Lawrence
great book and a fun read!!!
Morgan Faulkner
If you have ever had days when you're in need of a smile, for whatever reason, pick up one of Linda Thomas-Sundstrom's rarer lighthearted books. "Veronica and the Vampire," a 29,000 word novella, is full of fun, from the agency Veronica hits to hire herself a date, to the antics at the wedding she takes him to. Thomas-Sundstrom says on various book sites that this story is pure fluff, and as light as cotton-candy. Yep. And because of those things, this book sucked me right in.
Caity
It was a cute fluffy romance, nothing much more to say.

I liked the scenes where she dealt with her family, I wish there had been more, or that they had been more in-depth since since they were quite funny. I kind of wish that there had been more reason to the romance, but that's not what kind of book this was, but I enjoyed it none the less.
Holly
This was just the book I needed after a not to good weekend! It's a pick-me-up, put a smile on your face kind of book that has some fun loving characters (and one evil incarnate one, but you'll have to read it yourself to find out about that one) that draw you right in to their world. Don't miss this one!
sd
This is a great summer read. Grab a drink and sit back and relaxe with this funny, light hearted Book. Add a little steam and this is a home run. Ever have a bad day or just need a pick-me-up. This book will do it. I loved it and it was the perfect lenght.
Charlene
Short, sweet, funny, and a great read on a cold night bundled up on the sofa with a warm blanket. This is a "feel good book" where you walk away with a little extra bounce in your step.
Jonna Edwards
sooooo cute! Read this in one night after finishing one of Thomas-Sundstrom's darker books. This is light and fun and not in any way serious. Just goofy. I wish there was another one.
April
Veronica has to get a date to her evil sister's wedding or her judgemental family will never let her live it down. So when her co-worker directs her to V.A.M.P. Inc she reluctantly gives into the pressure to find a date. Once there she's not only perplexed by the agencies strange acronym but she's also guided to the agency basement to 8 coffins with pictures on top. She believes the whole vampire bit is just a gimmick but starts to rethink that once she meets Christopher, which she is inexplicab...more
Shirlee Lewis
Veronica and the Vampire I found to be a great short story. I'd recommend it to my family and friends to read. Keeping me on my toes throughout and ended with me wanting more. Great Job! Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Edie
This was short.
And odd.
But really quite fun.
Lyuba
It is pure, fluffy, girly fun when you like books where a woman completely looses her mind when she in a proximity of a hot guy. And no, not loosing her mind because he is a vamp and has some powers over her but because she is so turned on that she can't think straight. Yeah rrrrrriiiiiiight! Oh, and the whole book (novella) is loaded with main character double guessing, trying to convince herself, just being not sure, constantly going on and on about how terrible her family was to her and sayin...more
Donna
This was a very light, easy read. I wish the story had been longer.
If she doesn't bring a date to her big sister's wedding, the L for loser that's imprinted on her forehead will become permanent, as far as her family is concerned. And heck, she's started to believe it, herself.

Why else would a girl end up at a Los Angeles escort agency with the strange acronym V.A.M.P. Inc? Where you pick your date from a row of coffins in the agency's basement. Guys who can't meet you at lunch time, due to the...more
Heather Tisdale
Good concept, but not executed well. It could have made a good book with the premise, but it was a short story and the main character was a little too easily distracted.
Dara
It wasn't horrible...it just wasn't fully developed...
Alaina
Really, really good idea, but not enough happening.
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Linda is a paranormal romance and urban fantasy author for Kensington, Dorchester, Amazon Montlake, GothicScapes, and Harlequin Nocturne, who loves more than anything to write, and believes she has a resident Muse who loudly sings all these stories to her.

She swears she has "paranormal" in her genes, and that all of her books come loaded with good karma for the readers, for helping to support her...more
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