When Regina’s friends insist on setting her up a “Fantasy Fix” to help her get over her cheating ex, she dreams up some kinky out-of-this-world encounters that they could never possibly bring to life. But the next thing Regina knows, her friends have got her laced into a shiny black corset, tight leather pants, and a sexy pair of stilettos. It’s time for some downtown vampire-fantasy fun. . . .
The Vampire Ball in Manhattan’s East Village isn’t really Dmitri Vidâme’s idea of a good time, but as a member of the Council that governs the Others, he has to keep an eye on all the young vamps who prey on the pretenders. After he feasts his dark eyes on fiery Regina at the bar, he knows that he must have her. But for the first time Dmitri meets a woman who is more than a match for his indomitable will. And he may be the fantasy Regina hoped for… until she—and her feisty friends—discover her sexy new lover’s bloodsucking secret…
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Praise for One Bite With a Stranger:
"Christine Warren has masterfully pulled together vampires, shape shifters, demons, and many 'Others' to create a tantalizing world of dark fantasies come to life. Way to go Warren! --Night Owl Romance
"A sinful treat." --Romance Junkies
"Hot fun and great sizzle." --Romantic Times BOOKreviews
"A hot, hot novel." --A Romance Review
Praise for Christine Warren:
“Warren brings fascinating alternate realities to life.”—Romantic Times BOOKreviews
“[A] sexy, engaging world…will leave you begging for more!”—New York Times bestselling author Cheyenne McCray
Christine Warren is the bestselling author of The Others series, including Wolf at the Door, Big Bad Wolf, Born to Be Wild, Prince Charming Doesn't Live Here, and Black Magic Woman. Born and raised in coastal New England, she now lives as a transplant in the Pacific Northwest. (She completely bypassed those states in the middle due to her phobia of being landlocked.) When not writing, she enjoys horseback riding, playing with her pets, identifying dogs from photos of their underbellies, and most of all reading things someone else had to agonize over.