Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors

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Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors is book 4 of the Half-Moon Hollow novel series. It is a literary writing product of Molly Harper, who has always managed to surprise audience with a stunning storyline. A proof for this can be seen in many of her novels, where a couple of prominent ones are: Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues and Fledgling.

Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors is a romantic fantasy fiction, which is packed with an immensely absorbing story played by some really inspiring characters. The narration of this novel is handled by Amanda Ronconi, who is the most trusted narrator for Molly Harper’s novels. This writer-narrator combo has worked well in a good number of novels, which has been thoroughly enjoyed by audience.

Just as the life of Jane Jameson started to get a bit stable, fate finally sinks it fangs right into her butt. Despite of having her phobia of being a wedding planner, she had no-frills nuptials of night time to Gabriel, her sexy boyfriend. That is what she has until she manage to turn a seriously wounded acquaintance. Then it was also the Council having her as responsible for the newly born vamp, until he could manage to control his thirst.

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The kitchen of Jane Jameson could barely hold enough of the Faux Type O in order to satiate the appetite of the cute teen. The ghost of the Ruthie, the newly deceased grandma of Jane has declared full fledge war against the fanged inhabitants coming from the River Oaks. All of a sudden, going by choosing the cake and the cocktail napkins, she wouldn’t be able to even eat properly. Member Benefit

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