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The Vampire Cookbook

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Kelly Kerbey's life is like something straight out of a reality television show: She's dating a gorgeous Hollywood actor, her best friend is a supermodel, and she is the best-selling author of a series of supernatural romance novels that she secretly hates writing. Unfortunately she's attracted the attention of the wrong kind of fan, and that fan is going to make her an ...more
Kindle Edition, 228 pages
Published May 9th 2013 by Phoenix House Press
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Nina Perez
May 10, 2013 Nina Perez rated it it was amazing
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This book was truly a joy to read. I measure a good book by whether or not I can't put it down and if I must, if I can't wait to pick it up again. That's how it was for me with The Vampire Cookbook. I'll try to keep this spoiler-free.

MJ Heiser has taken the fantasy/supernatural genre in a refreshingly new direction. I was truly surprised by a few of the twists. When a book in this genre would normally zig, The Vampire Cookbook zags. The main character, Kelly, is funny - in fact, the whole book i
Jun 17, 2013 Amanda rated it really liked it
When I first read the sample I thought, its only 2.99 why not. I am so happy that I did, it was a great read with a different spin on the supernatural world and I think that it would surprise readers, yes there are still vampires, werewolves and other paranormal creatures but it is not the usual story. All I can say is try it, you will be delightfully surprised!
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It's was a cute book, pretty easy read. I would definitely recommend it and would be a good book for a teen/young adult.
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funny and delightful if you like cookbooks! Go ahead and plan your next bloody party!
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MJ Heiser (aka Mary Johnson Heiser) was born in the Philippines to an American Navy man and a Filipino woman, who realized quickly that her clumsiness was incompatible with her native land and relocated her to the United States. She learned to read at the age of three, started doodling stories at the age of eight, obtained her first typewriter at the age of 12, and finished her first book at the ...more
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