Dates from Hell

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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc


Language: English | Number of Pages: 416 | Format: Paperback

Isbn-10: 006085409X | Isbn-13: 9780060854096 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Hardcover , eBook

Category: Non-fiction

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Book Description
We've all had bad dates. But that's nothing compared to the supernatural hijinx in DATES FROM HELL, when Kim Harrison, Lynsay Sands, Kelley Armstrong, and Lori Handeland look at what happens when your date is literally from hell or at least, not quite of this world! Bestselling Kim Harrison returns to the Hollows with "Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil", an enthralling look into the dark, sensuous past of the living vampires Ivy and Kisten and an evening no one will ever forget! Lynsay Sands has fun with shape shifting in "The Claire Switch Project". On the night of her high school reunion, Claire Beckett finally gets the chance to dance in the arms of her teenage crush. But there's something he doesn't know about Claire something that will make their night an unforgettable experience. Kelley Armstrong returns to the Otherworld with "Chaotic", where a half-demon tabloid journalist's boring date is saved by a supernatural explosion? She's off to save the day if only her less-than-stellar date wouldn't tag along!
Luckily, the intriguing, infuriating,and just plain sexy werewolf/jewel thief Karl Marsten also appears In Lori Handeland's "Dead Man Dating" it figures that the first date Kit's had in months turns out to be a demon. But just when she thought things couldn't get any worse, she learns that she's a target of dark forces, and her only salvation is a sexy demon hunter. Headlined by Kim Harrison and a team of superstar authors, this anthology of dark supernatural adventure will be sexy, sassy, spellbinding and bound to be a success
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    4 short stories, all about bad dates with supernatural creatures. Not very good. It's like they took the "date" part out of a full-size novel, but left out the story.

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