Vampires Gone Wild (Supernatural Underground) (Mass Market Paperbound)
The vampires have gone wild in this collection of never-before-published stories by bestselling authors Kerrelyn Sparks and Pamela Palmer, and two rising stars of paranormal romance
V is for VampWoman by Kerrelyn SparksPamela decides to shed her prim and proper ways for spandex and a mask to help fight the Malcontents. Now if only she weren't so distracted by the sexy vampire fighting by her side . . .
A Forever Love by Pamela PalmerTrapped in Vamp City, Lukas has been unable to return to the beauty who stole his heart. But now that she's stumbled into his world, it will take every ounce of cunning he possesses to keep her alive.
First Dates Are Hell by Amanda AristaValiance's first date in a hundred years is going great . . . until they're attacked in the parking lot and quiet, unassuming Esme turns out to be way more than she appears.
Blood and Water by Kim FalconerBeneath the waves of San Francisco Bay lives a vampire race that wants nothing to do with the "landers" except to feed on them. But when Stellan sets eyes on Angelina, everything changes.
About the Author
Kim Falconer was born in Santa Cruz, California, where she wrote her first story at age five. It was about a Halloween cat! From then on she proceeded to daydream her way through school. Fortunately, she now daydreams for a living on the beautiful Australian coast.
Kerrelyn Sparks is the bestselling author of the Love at Stake series, which has hit as high as number 5 on the New York Times list and 22 on the USA Today list. Kerrelyn is honored that her band of merry vampires and shifters is spreading love and laughter worldwide in fourteen different languages.
Pamela Palmer is the "New York Times" and "USA Today" bestselling author of the Vamp City series, the Jewels of Time series, and the Feral Warriors series. When her initial career goal of captaining starships failed to pan out, she turned to engineering, satisfying her desire for adventure with books and daydreams. Pamela lives in Washington, D.C.