Series: Broken Heart Vampires

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I'm The Vampire, That's Why by Michele Bardsley1
Don't Talk Back To Your Vampire by Michele Bardsley2
Because Your Vampire Said So by Michele Bardsley3
Wait Till Your Vampire Gets Home by Michele Bardsley4
The Early Girl Gets the Blood Wolf by Michele Bardsley7.5

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  1. Over My Dead Body by Michele Bardsley (2009)
  2. Real Vampires Live Large by Gerry Bartlett (2007)
  3. Dead End Dating by Kimberly Raye (2006)
  4. Undead and Unpopular by MaryJanice Davidson (2006)
  5. Bitten & Smitten by Michelle Rowan (2006)
  6. A Girl's Guide to Vampires by Katie MacAlister (2003)
  7. Tall, Dark & Hungry by Lynsay Sands (2004)
  8. High Stakes by Erin McCarthy (2006)
  9. Sex And The Psychic Witch by Annette Blair (2007)
  10. Tall, Dark & Dead by Tate Hallaway (2006)
  11. Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs by Molly Harper (2009)
  12. The Accidental Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy (2008)
  13. 50 Ways to Hex Your Lover by Linda Wisdom (2008)
  14. Be Still My Vampire Heart by Kerrelyn Sparks (2006)
  15. Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur (2006)

Series description

When an insane vampire rampages through Broken Heart, OK, many of the victims find themselves turned and trying to balance parenthood with sucking blood.

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