Wicked Hot Reads: 10 Paranormal Romances Boxed Set Book Cover Wicked Hot Reads: 10 Paranormal Romances Boxed Set
Shoshanna Evers, Cathryn Fox, Sarah Makela, AC James, Jan Springer, Milly Taiden, Lisa Hughey, Jessie Donovan, Titania Ladley, Mina Carter
Paranormal Romance, Adult
Kissa Press LLC
October 7, 2014



Indulge in ten sexy paranormal romance novels, written by New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance authors. With shifters, vampires, demons, and otherworldly creatures all looking for their own forever-loves… This box set bundle will get you in the mood for a sensual Halloween!

The books in Wicked Hot Reads: 10 Paranormal Romances would cost over $30 to buy individually. Save $29 by getting the bundle for just 99c for a limited time!


Beauty and the Beast (an erotic re-imagining) by NYT & USA Today bestseller Shoshanna Evers:

The Beast can’t let his little Beauty go free, not while there’s still hope that she might be the one to end his decade-long curse…

Knocking on Demon’s Door by NYT & USA Today bestseller Cathryn Fox:

When Michelle discovers what’s really going on at the resort, will her trust in a demon turn her in to one of the missing, or will he save her from the real monsters?

The Wolf Who Played With Fire by NYT & USA Today bestseller Sarah Mäkelä:

Mia’s mistakes have forever changed the lives of those close to her, but when her soldier boyfriend, Ethan, goes missing on duty, she harness every magic power she possesses to get him safely back…

Fallen Ever After by NYT & USA Today bestseller A.C. James:

Arie wanted Holly from the very first moment he met her, but the long-standing feud between the faeries that run the Chicago Crew puts Holly and other fledgling vampires in danger. Can they stop a vampire-fae war that’s been brewing for nearly a century?

Bared to Him by NYT & USA Today bestseller Jan Springer:

Human by day, and a tentacle shapeshifter by night, sexy Gray Wagner, is the last male that Miranda Bolton dreams of falling in love with, until she begins to fantasize about all the naughty things he can do to her…

A Mate’s Bite by USA Today bestseller Milly Taiden:

After an explosive night of passion, Karla is sure she’s a one-night stand for the man she’s wanted for years, but Nate has marked Karla. Only true love and a wolf’s promise can hold together a relationship created with a bite and a hope for tomorrow.

Archangel Rafe by Lisa Hughey:

Angelina’s only respite from her overwhelming life is in her dreams with a stunningly hot angel, but when an unexpected threat puts both the Angelic Realm and Earth in jeopardy, Angelina will need to accept her destiny before it’s too late…

Blaze of Secrets by Jessie Donovan:

Rescued from a prison for magic users, Kiarra is now a wanted criminal and must rely on a mysterious Brit to help her evade capture. Before long, her handsome rescuer becomes much more than just her trainer…

Mark of the Serapath by Titania Ladley:

After a catastrophe unleashes Josie’s Serapathian witch magic, she suspects her sexy, mysterious lover is a Kynthian vampire ordered to kill all Serapaths. Despite the risks, passion explodes between them, threatening the future of the entire world.

Dragon’s Honor by Mina Carter:

Bodyguard duty. Undercover. As human. Simple. Until shadow-dragon Baron realizes the woman they’re protecting is his mate. Add in a crazy warlock…and Baron might have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save her.



3 Wicked-Hot Halloween Tidbits

by Titania Ladley


With the release of our Wicked Hot Reads box set full of Halloweeny paranormal romance stories by ten fabulous authors, including New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon best sellers, we’d all like to pose the three following must-know questions to our readers:


1) What’s the most unique/scary/fave/cool Halloween costume you’ve ever seen or worn? 2) What’s your favorite and least favorite Halloween candy? 3) What’s your favorite paranormal creature to write or read about?


To get the pumpkin rolling, the ten of us will answer our own questions. Then it’s your turn! J


Jessie Donovan – author of Blaze of Secrets featuring the Feiru, elemental magic creatures.

1) My mother was a master seamstress and one year she made me the Belle costume (the big ballroom dress) from Beauty and the Beast (in blue instead of yellow) and it was gorgeous! Too bad my cats at the time destroyed it shortly after I wore it. 2) I don’t like candy very much, but if I had to choose, then either Twix or Almond Joy for my favorite, and Good & Plenty as my least favorite. 3) Definitely dragon-shifters.


AC James – author of Fallen Ever After featuring mystical faeries and hot vampires.

1) When I was pregnant, I went to a Halloween costume party as Mother Earth. I stole a fall wreath from my mother-in-law, wore a brown hippie skirt with a tie-dye bikini top, and my girlfriend drew the earth on my belly in blue and green costume makeup. 2) Bubblegum. 3) I’d have to say that I’ve been a fan of vampire romance since I was a teenager. Both reading it and writing it.


Jan Springer – author of Bared to Him presenting “talented” tentacle shapeshifters. 😉

1) One time I saw this guy (or it could have been a girl) who was dressed up like a zombie that looked right out of the tv series the Walking Dead. It freaking scared me and grabbed my imagination to the point where that night I dreamed about waking up in a world full of zombies. *shiver* 2) Luv caramels! Don’t have a least fav… Love all Halloween candy. lol 3) Tentacle Shifters! Woot!


Shoshanna Evers – author of Beauty and the Beast (an erotic re-imagining) spotlighting an enchanting beast.

1) My favorite (and scariest!) Halloween costume was when my husband and I (before we were married) dressed up as a zombie-couple. I did our makeup, with rubber wounds and gashes and dead-looking skin, and we wore dirt-smudged old clothing, as if we’d climbed out of the graveyard that night. We looked pretty gruesome! 2) Favorite: I love candy corn, the kind with brown on it along with the orange and yellow! They taste different from the pure orange and yellow kind, not sure why! Least favorite: those fake candy eyeballs! They are too gross-looking to eat. 3) Writing the Beast from Beauty and the Beast (an erotic re-imagining) was absolutely awesome. I had to make him huge, terrifying, but also sexy, and kind. It was a fun challenge!


Titania Ladley – author of Mark of the Serapath featuring a bewitching witch and a sexy vampire.

1) A unique couple’s costume I saw at a huge Halloween street bash was one where the woman was dressed as a giant electrical socket and the man as an electrical cord with the prongs. They, um, “fit” together very well.

2) My favorite Halloween candy is candy corn. My least favorite is those icky taffy squares wrapped in white wax paper.

3) I love writing witch and wizard characters. All the magic is so fun!


Cathryn Fox – author of Knocking on Demon’s Door including irresistible demons.

1) My husband and Kids and I all dressed as tie-dyed hippies and it went to a school Halloween dance. It was great fun.

2) Least fav candy is Tootsie roll. Fav candy is anything chocolate.

3) Favorite paranormal creature: werewolves.


Lisa Hughey – author of Archangel Rafe presenting gorgeous angels.

1) Costume…a few years ago I was a twister board. It was a really fun costume..

2) Fav candy is Reese’s PB cups.

3) My favorite paranoramal creature is Archangels. J


Mina Carter – author of Dragon’s Honor featuring breathtaking dragons.

1) I’m in the UK so we don’t really ‘do’ halloween :S I did see a great zombie costume a kid was wearing the other year. It was a zombie onesie complete with a shredded guts breastplate. 2) Chocolate is my favourite, I’m not too fond of boiled sweets. 3) Shifters, probably. Of any description. J


Milly Taiden – author of A Mate’s Bite showcasing Milly’s awesome werewolves.

1) All of them. I’m a big Halloween fan. 2) Favorite all the chocolates. Least fave candy korn. 3) Wolves.


Sarah Mäkelä – author of The Wolf Who Played With Fire presenting a sexy wolf and a sweet witch.

1) I was Catwoman one year as a kid with the whip and everything. It was a blast. 2) I love Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. I dislike anything with chunky peanuts. 3) Werewolves! <3


So what are your favorite and least favorite Halloween costumes and candies? What are your favorite and least favorite paranormal creatures to read about?


Thanks for joining us. Enjoy the Wicked Hot Reads box set!


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Sarah Mäkelä:

Ten Fun Facts about the Cry Wolf Series This series has had so many interesting firsts for me, so here’s a breakdown of some of the known and not so known fun facts from the Cry Wolf series.

1. These books were the first time I’ve marketed as New Adult (Paranormal Romance) even though I’ve had other New Adult books published that are marketed as normal adult paranormal romances.

2. This series was the first time I’ve written something with the intention to self-publish. I’m very happy with that decision because the freedom of it has revitalized my love for writing and vastly improved my career.

3. This is the first series where I’ve written werewolves as the bad guys (at least a couple of them were).

4. I’ve done a lot more overall research for these books than I have with almost any other that I’ve written (potions, salves, the Army, wolves, etc.).

5. The Witch Who Cried Wolf was the first book I’ve written non-linearly (aka I skipped around at times).

6. I’ve had so many fun “coincidences” with these books where my subconscious knew better than my conscious mind during plotting, writing, etc.

7. I’ve put more time upfront in planning these books than I have with others that I’ve written, and it didn’t take away the excitement from writing them!

8. My ideas for the books usually come at me two books ahead, so I’m always a little ahead of the curve. But that doesn’t mean I don’t get surprised too!

9. I enjoy the large cast of characters. They’re all so interesting and fun in their own ways.

10. This was the first time I’ve written in first person for publication. I loved the alternating points of view since it allowed me to be in both the hero’s and heroine’s heads.

Jessie Donovan / Blaze of Secrets

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Kiarra Melini overhears the dangerous secrets of her blood and decides that if Feiru elemental magic is to survive, she needs to die. However, before she can finish the deed, a strange yet determined man shows up in her cell, throws her over his shoulder, and carries her right out of the prison for elemental magic users.

Jaxton Ward is ordered by his superiors to train the stubborn elemental fire user he rescued. There’s only one problem–she claims her magic is gone and he has no idea how to train a woman who spent the last fifteen years inside a prison cell. He’s determined to keep his relationship professional, but as the danger amps up and they’re forced to go on the run, he starts to fall for the newly confident woman who ignites his temper like no other.

Kiarra’s final secret is the key to them staying alive, but can they outrun the prisoner enforcers long enough for her to embrace her unique magical talents and finally learn to love again? Excerpt: Each stroke of Jaxton’s thumb left a trail of heat on her skin. She’d dismissed the same feeling during training, blaming her imagination and her yearnings for elemental fire. But the feeling had returned, and she wasn’t sure what to make of it. When she’d had her abilities, her fire had always radiated outward.

She’d never heard of heat flaring at another person’s touch. Even now, she moved her hand a fraction to the south, hoping to feel the tingle of elemental fire particles. But nothing happened. Jaxton’s thumb stilled and she looked into his eyes. He continued to cup her cheek as he said, “Reaching to the south didn’t work, did it?” “How did you—” The corner of his mouth rose in a half-smile. “I’m your shadow, remember? It’s my job.”

It’s my job. Ty had said the same words to her after her flogging, when she’d asked why he hadn’t done anything to stop it. The past was a cold slap in the face. She became acutely aware of Jaxton’s touch and the scant inches separating their bodies. She’d walked this road before, allowing someone to get close to her before she really knew much about them. After Ty, she’d vowed never again. She shook her head and tugged her hand. “Let me go.”

He must’ve seen something in her expression, because Jaxton released her hand and allowed her to take a few steps away. She put a clenched fist over her heart, as if the act could protect it from the memories of betrayal. “What’s wrong, Kiarra?” She avoided Jaxton’s gaze and focused on tamping down the painful memories. After all these years, she’d thought herself past caring.

Apparently, she was wrong. She closed her eyes and breathed in and out, using the same trick that had helped keep her sanity over the years: visualizing her future. She pictured the freedom to travel, read, and interact with others who didn’t see her as a freak or a burden.

Her heart still racing, she took another inhalation and thought of returning to Mt. Rainier National Park, the possibility of friends, the ability to make her own decisions. The hurt and panic started to fade, her good thoughts overcoming the bad. After a little more concentration, she finally pushed away the memories. She wouldn’t let Ty’s actions take away her new start; the man wasn’t worth it.

Kiarra opened her eyes. Jaxton stood on the far side of the room, his arms crossed over his chest. He said nothing, his expression unreadable. The silence was too much for her. “I’m fine.” He raised an eyebrow and she continued, “At least I will be, if you leave me alone for the rest of the evening.”

He uncrossed his arms, the hardness of his face softening. “Are you sure you want to be alone right now?”

No. “Yes.” She didn’t trust herself around Jaxton.

He put his hands up in defeat. “I’ll send a tray up and expect you to eat all of it. I’m also going to have someone periodically knock on your door, just to check on you.” He motioned toward the alarm clock on the table next to the bed. “And set your alarm. Meet me in the front room at 8 a.m. tomorrow morning.”

She nodded, hoping Jaxton would leave before she lost her resolve. Earlier she’d taken comfort from his touch, and oddly she yearned to feel it again. “You can go now.” He gave her one last long look before leaving her room. Without his presence, the room felt empty and cold. But it was better this way. If she spent too much more time with Jaxton, her resolve would weaken, and she might do something foolish.

One man had already betrayed her in the past. Kiarra wasn’t about to let it happen again.

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A soft cry. A gasp. A broken moan. He stayed at the doorway and listened. Excitement pounded him. Need tore through him. She cried out again. He reached out and his fingers rested on the knob. He wavered. What the hell are you doing? Jack put you in charge of her safety. You owe him to keep her safe. Even from you.

A muffled wail shot through the companionway. His resolve broke. He opened her door. Her sweet, intoxicating scent crushed his self-restraint and he stepped into the cabin. Gray light streamed in through the several portholes, illuminating her. She was lying on her side, in the king sized bed. Blankets had tangled around her body. Her cute feet stuck out from beneath the sheets, but he had no problem making out her succulent curves pressing against the covers. Her hair looked like a golden waterfall splayed out on the pillow. Long, black eyelashes framed her closed eyes and a hint of blush had swept across her cheeks. She looked like an angel. So beautiful. So perfect. His.

He swallowed and took a few more steps into the room. Her breathing was fast and she moaned softly again. The sound clutched at him. He slipped both his hands in front of his thighs and grabbed a hold of his cock. It jerked hot and wild as he stroked himself. His velvety hard flesh strained and burned against his fingers, the veins pulsing against his palms.

She cried out again and he suddenly realized she wasn’t masturbating. She was fucking dreaming. Irritation snapped through him. Whom the fuck was she fantasizing about? He knew that females experienced extreme sexual fantasies shortly before they went into the Change. It happened while they were awake and while they slept. It appeared she was having one now.Her wickedly attractive scent certainly attested to that fact.

“Gray?” she whispered. She was fantasizing about him. Why would she be fantasizing about him after all the teasing he’d done to keep her away from him? She moved off her side and onto her back. She thrust her arms out. The blankets drifted off her neck and down, revealing her breasts. Oh, man. This was so not good. But really good, at the same time. He bit his lower lip and stifled a groan as he studied her. Her breasts weren’t large nor were they small. They were just right and he knew they would fit perfectly into his palms. Her areoles were big and round and her nipples were huge and erect. She cried out his name again.

His gut twisted. Sexual hunger tore through him. His cock hardened to a painful throb. He winced. Her feminine aroma made him dizzy with need. He needed relief. Big time.

My contribution to the Wicked Hot Reads Box Set is Archangel Rafe. This story is pretty special to me because of the journey to publication and my heroine, Angelina Guerisse. Below is a blog post from 2012 when Rafe was originally released. Working on this book was an amazing journey.

Here’s what happened….

The beginning: I wrote the original story a few years ago and my agent submitted it to the publisher I had specifically targeted. Ultimately they turned it down but said they would look at a revised version, if I made the heroine younger with no children and less responsibility.

The middle: I re-wrote the book and changed the heroine. I made the plot stronger and more epic. Unfortunately, they turned it down again. But now I had a heroine that even I wasn’t crazy about.

The end: I worked with Theresa Stevens, editor extraordinaire, who consistently pushed me to be a better writer. I was blessed to have her input and direction. And this book is the result. Not only that, but every time I get reader feedback, it’s because the reader can totally identify with Angelina and her struggles.

So a little about the story of Archangel Rafe….

Angelina. What I love about Angelina is that she’s got some life experience. She’s about to be divorced. Has two teenagers. A sister who is a little on the needy side. An ailing grandmother who raised her. Her life is plenty full. And all she really wants is a little peace and respite from all of her responsibilities.

She starts having these dreams. Hot dreams. About an angel. And in her dreams is the only place she can escape and be free of responsibilities. Except her dream angel turns out to be real.

And when he starts talking rare healing powers and a responsibility to help people she shuts him down. She doesn’t have time to take care of anyone else. She doesn’t even have time to take care of herself.

Rafe is the Archangel of Healing. He’s pretty much had it with the human realm. He’s frustrated and disillusioned with people. He’s actually one final act away from leaving behind the human realm and ascending to the Second Sphere of the Angelic Realm. He just has to get Angelina to accept her power and begin healing.

Take two determined protagonists whose goals are at total odds, throw in a very steamy and completely forbidden attraction, and the sparks fly.

I hope you enjoy Wicked Hot Reads and my story Archangel Rafe. Thanks for having me!

Shoshanna Evers My contribution to Wicked Hot Reads: 10 Paranormal Romances is Beauty and the Beast (an erotic re-imagining).

I’ve always wondered what really went on at night in that enchanted castle, when the Beast is alone with his beautiful young captive, Belle. That’s why I wrote my own re-imagining of the classic French fairytale, Beauty and the Beast. The book is not based on the animated movie, rather, the movie is its own re-imagining of the original classic fairytale. There’s no Gaston, or singing candelabras and tea cups in my version.

What you will find instead is an erotic tale that may forever change how you’ll think of Beauty, and her dominating captor, the Beast…

An Excerpt from Beauty and the Beast (an erotic re-imagining) by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shoshanna Evers. Copyright 2013 Shoshanna Evers. All Rights Reserved.

The Beast caught the girl’s scent as she rounded the corner into the atrium. A night in her new suite had done her good—she smelled of rose water and linen, not fear-sweat and hay. He rose on his hind legs, to help her see him as more human.

Still, she gasped and drew back against the doorframe, as if he’d risen to pounce. “Good morning,” he said. “Thank you for joining me.”

Belle smiled hesitantly and stepped forward, allowing him to pull her chair out for her. “Thank you, sir.”

“If this meal doesn’t suit you,” he offered, “you can always request something more to your liking.”

“This is perfect,” she said. “Beast. Sir. Will you sit with me? Please?”

The Beast nodded, his heavy mane swaying down his back. He’d grown unaccustomed to eating properly, at a table, in a chair. With silverware. As the years had worn on, he became more beast than man, and most of his meals now were eaten raw, fresh from hunting in the woods. “Of course,” he said, setting his enormous weight into the chair. “All chairs in this castle should be able to support me,” he added, glancing at the chair sternly. He’d given the castle its warning. If the chair broke under him now, it was in big trouble.

“Those fairies of yours are quite something,” Belle said, daintily nibbling at a pastry.

“How did you sleep, beauty?” he asked. Had she dreamt what he had dreamt? Did she see him, kiss him, in his human form? Or was last night a memory for him alone?

“Um…” Belle took a sip of chocolate and smiled, as if to apologize for being unable to respond with a full mouth.

The Beast waited. He had nowhere else to be, so Belle was either going to tell him how she slept (if she’d slept at all) or they would have a long, silent meal.

“I had a vivid dream, to be honest. And I awoke feeling less than refreshed.” Belle looked at him closely.

What did she see when she stared at him so? “This castle has a way of doing that,” Beast said. “Making dreams seem real.”

“I need to know where you’re keeping Prince Frederick,” she said suddenly.

The Beast’s fork clattered from his hand onto the parquet floor. “Pardon?”

“Frederick. I saw him last night. He told me he was here, a prisoner in the castle. I must find him. Please, lead me to him.”

“I can’t, Belle. That’s impossible.” He wanted to. He wished he could scream to the world about what had been done to him, about who he truly was.

“What have I done to upset you?” Belle cried.

The Beast dropped to all fours and paced the wall of windows overlooking the garden. “Nothing, beauty.”

“Then please, stop growling at me,” she said. “It frightens me.”

“If you want to be gone so badly, then perhaps we should get your six month sentence going, don’t you think?” he asked. This time, yes, it came out as a growl. Not what he intended, and most definitely not the best way to woo her.

“Yes,” she said, standing. “Absolutely. Let’s begin and be done with it, once and for all.”

The Beast rose once more, until he towered over her. Belle quieted and looked up at him, as if waiting for him to make the first move. He would, if only he knew what to do, and how to make her love him. “Very well, he said.“Let’s discuss some ground rules.” Belle waited silently. “You should probably respond with, ‘Yes, Sir,’” he offered.

“Yes, Sir,” she said.

“We’ve already decided that I will not harm you, and I will release you in six months—”

“Wonderful,” Belle interrupted.

“—provided you do what I say,” he finished.

“Yes… Sir. I understand.”

“Are you through you with your breakfast, Belle?”

She glanced longingly at an orange. “May I have one of those, first, Sir? I usually only got oranges for Christmas. It’s sort of a novelty for me.”

The Beast plucked an orange from the bowl of fruit on the table, and snagged the rind with one long fang. She watched with interest as he peeled the fruit for her, revealing the juicy sections inside. “I want you to become more comfortable with my appearance,” he said. “You may eat this from my fingers.” He broke off a section and held it out to her. Belle frowned, but the expression was fleeting. She quickly replaced it with a serene nod.

“Of course. I will do whatever you say, as promised.” She took a tentative step toward him, and as she did so, he pulled the orange slightly closer to his body, so that she soon found herself close enough to his body to be in a most intimate range. The Beast offered her the orange slice, and she nibbled it gently from his thick, dark fingers.

“It’s delicious, Sir,” she said. “But I think I’m quite done now.”

“Have another piece,” he said, holding out another slice.

“I’m full, thank you.”

“That’s fine.” He set the unfinished orange down on the table and smiled at her. The poor girl winced, then laughed a bit.

“A smile.”

“You’ve pleased me by eating from my hands. But while you may be done eating, I’m not done having you lick at my fingers like a little cat.”Belle’s eyes widened.

“Come, put my finger in your mouth. Think of it as an easy way to get used to me.”

Belle moaned and looked around the empty atrium, as if seeking an escape.

“You’re not ready for this,” the Beast said. “We can start your sentence when you’re prepared to actually follow instructions.”

“No!” she said. “I mean, I am ready. I’m ready.” She took his large hand in her two small ones, and ran her fingers along the thick skin and fur that covered the back of his knuckles.

He didn’t like seeing her so uncomfortable, but their time together was limited. The sooner she became comfortable with his body, with being near him, touching him, letting him touch her… the better. Belle pressed her lips to his fingertip and kissed him there. “Good girl,” he said. “Use your tongue.” Her pink tongue darted out past her lips, sliding up his finger for just a moment before she stopped.

“Are you getting some sort of… enjoyment out of this? Is this pleasurable for you?” she asked.

“It’s pleasurable for me to see you obeying me, yes. But if you’d rather put your pretty mouth to work on another appendage in order to give me the pleasure you seem to be inquiring about, then go ahead.”

Belle gasped and dropped his hand. “I couldn’t.”

“You don’t have to. It’s only breakfast time. Perhaps today we’ll just touch each other, nothing more. How about that?”

“Yes,” she breathed, clearly relieved. “Yes, thank you.”

The Beast paused. “Do you…do you want to touch me?”

Belle looked up at the Beast, at his massive form. He was so different from anything she’d ever seen before. So beautiful, in a terrifying way. The way a lion is beautiful, even as he stalks his prey.

Yes. She wanted to touch him. *****

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Top Five Hottest Vamps on TV Ranked by hotness here are my picks for the hottest vamps (past or present) on TV.

ian1. Ian Somerhalder as Damon Salvatore on Vampire Diaries…Really, do I need to say more? Just, yum. The things that I would…er, nevermind.

alexs2. Alex Skarsgard as Eric Northman on True Blood—So efffing hot!

alexo3. Alex O’ Loughlin as Mick St. John the vampire detective from Moonlight. I was so pissed when they canceled that show!

david4. Who could forget David Boreanaz as Angel, originally from Buffy? He was 50% of the reason why I watched that show.

James5. Or James Marsters for that matter? He was the other 50% of the reason why I watched Buffy. I always did have a thing for bad boys 😉 Mmmmm. Yum. Delicious.

Who do you think is the hottest vamp? xoxo —A.C.


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