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Lynsay Sands | Boxing Day

The Accidental Vampire
Lynsay Sands


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Argeneau Vampires #7

January 2008
On Sale: December 26, 2007
Featuring: Victor Argeneau; Elvi Black
384 pages
ISBN: 0061229687
EAN: 9780061229688
Kindle: B000UZNR9G
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Also by Lynsay Sands:
To Marry a Scottish Laird, July 2014
Vampire Most Wanted, February 2014
One Lucky Vampire, October 2013
An English Bride in Scotland, July 2013

Right about now you must all be breathing a heavy sigh of relief that Christmas is over and life for the most part--well other than New Years-- will get back to normal. Truly, Christmas is a lovely holiday, giving us the chance to spend time with family and—at least for me—visit with cousins and relatives who I only see two or three times a year (and I have great family so I love that.) But boy! Three days of non-stop visiting and eating and unwrapping gifts is very exhausting, don’t you think? I do. I’m about ready to drop.



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