What's a girl to do when she discovers she's the main course on the menu? Hip, funny Milagro de los Santos thinks she's finally found love and a home at the California ranch of fabulous Oswald Grant and his urbane relatives, who have a rare genetic disorder that some call vampirism. But... show more
What's a girl to do when she discovers she's the main course on the menu? Hip, funny Milagro de los Santos thinks she's finally found love and a home at the California ranch of fabulous Oswald Grant and his urbane relatives, who have a rare genetic disorder that some call vampirism. But Milagro is bewildered when she's excluded from an ancient and mysterious midnight ceremony whose participants include Oswald's unfriendly parents, a creepy family elder, and Milagro's ex-lover, the powerful and decadent Ian Ducharme. What skeletons are the vampires keeping in their designer closets? When Milagro's life is threatened by a rogue family member, she flees to the desert to hide. Instead of solitude, she encounters an egomaniacal actor, a partying heiress, a sly tabloid reporter, and a lavish spa full of dark secrets -- all of which might help her find a way home.
Publish date: April 24th 2007
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Casa Dracula (#2)
It's fun. it's sexy. It's Ian . It's Midnight Brunch.Cute, fluffy and enjoyably frivolous; who wouldn't want to read it?The 2nd installment in the Casa Dracula series didn't come as a disappointment nor with a huge wow factor, but who cares?It's a good rainy-day read or I-need-a-book-to-reread or b...
Not quite as good as the first one. The flow was still a bit choppy. I found myself very irritated with Milagro, seriously no one makes that many stupid decisions. But alas I will continue with the series lol.
I have said it before that PNR is seldom a genre that makes me really like a book, but to every rule there are exceptions. And Acosta is one of those. Her funny PNR books are just the best.Milagro is still having trouble with her new family. The whole "we are not vampires, we have a genetic disorder...
I really did enjoy this novel. It took me a little longer to get through since I was in the process of moving, but I found myself wanting to get back to the story. I wanted to see what was going on. There are all these little nuances that something is going on, but nothing so obviously that it trips...
Unpublished fiction writer Milagro De Los Santos lives with her boyfriend and his wealthy, vampiric family, but it goes downhill when Oswald's parents come to stay. They're the kind of rich bitches who look down on the 'lower lands', and on Mil, a woman with a small bank account and massive mammarie...