Quoting Wednesday: Sex and the Single Vampire by Katie MacAlister

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[quote]“You think I am very cute, you think me sexy, as well. I can read your thoughts, remember.”

I hoisted myself up and slid across his body. You are conceited, arrogant, and domineering, everything I dislike in a man.
And you are independent, stubborn, and heedless, everything I dislike in a women.
I slid my hands under his back and kissed his dampened lips. So why is it that I love you so much?

He smiled a smug, masculine little smile and captured my legs with his.
Because I love you, and to be loved by a Dark One is enough for any woman.

I pinched him in a particularly vulnerable spot and allowed him to kiss me with all the sexy arrogance he had. ”
― Katie MacAlister, Sex and the Single Vampire[/quote]

 

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Sex and the Single Vampire

It’s not easy finding love when you’re nine hundred years old . . . And undead Romance novelist Christian Dante is sexy and arrogant, a true alpha male. He’s also a Dark One (aka vampire), doomed to spend eternity cruising the singles scene in search of the one woman who can redeem his soul. But finally he’s found the love that Fate has chosen for him. Too bad she sees dead people and likes to play with demons. Allie Telford is a Summoner—and she needs to rustle up a ghost pretty darn quick or her paranormal career will be over. Luckily, she’s just stumbled upon a naked and unquestionably hot specter in a haunted hotel . . . who looks disturbingly like the tall, dark, handsome fantasy man who’s been coming to Allie in her dreams. But it seems he’s no phantom after all—he’s a real flesh-and-blood- fed immortal who’s determined to make Allie his lover for forever . . . or longer. Which may not be a totally bad thing . . .

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About Kate: Despite her love for novels, Katie MacAlister didn’t think of writing them until she was contracted to write a non-fiction book about software. MacAlister resolved to switch to fiction, where she could indulge in world building, tormenting characters, and falling madly in love with all her heroes. More than thirty books later, her novels have been translated into numerous languages, recorded as audiobooks, received several awards, and landed on the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists. She also writes for the young adult audience as Katie Maxwell.