It’s Christmas time! And what better way to spend these chilly nights than curled up with a good holiday book? Getting cozy with a vampire holiday book! That’s right vampire lovers, there are actually quite a few vampire Christmas books out there ready for your reading pleasure. Check some of them out…
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The Bite Before Christmas by Lynsay Sands and Jeaniene Frost
If there’s one thing an Argeneau knows, it’s when they’ve found their life mate. So when Katricia Argeneau is stranded with gentle, gray-eyed cop Teddy Brunswick during a snowstorm, she’s more than up for the challenge of convincing this chief of police that not only is he not too old for her but he’s sexy as well. They belong together, so what could possibly go wrong?
A Very Vampire Christmas by Charlaine Harris
Featured in December 2010’s edition of Glamour magazine, this short story can also be found all over the web. The author of the Sookie Stackhouse series, which inspired True Blood, serves up shoes, shipping, sex–and a little blood and gore, too.
All I Want for Christmas is a Vampire (Love at Stake, #5) by Kerrelyn Sparks
This Christmas isn’t so merry for Toni. Her best friend’s been locked up in a mental hospital ever since she told the police she was attacked by vampires, and the only way for Toni to get her out is to prove that bloodsuckers really do exist. So she’s taken a job as a bodyguard for the Undead, but she gets more than she bargained for, especially when she meets Ian MacPhie, a Scottish rascal looking for Ms. Right. Although Ian’s nearly five centuries old, he looks and acts like a twenty-seven-year-old hunk. How can a dead man be so damn sexy? Could Mr. Wrong be Mr. Right? One forbidden kiss could lead to an eternity of passion—and all it takes is one moment under the mistletoe . . .
Christmas with a Vampire by Merline Lovelace, Lori Devoti, Linda Winstead Jones and Lisa Childs
An anthology that features five sexy vampire stories set in a winter wonderland. Vampires, sex and Christmas – what better way to celebrate the holidays?
The Bite Before Christmas by Heidi Betts
This is a collection of Betts’ holiday novellas – featuring All I Vant For Christmas, A Vampire in Her Stocking and It’s A Wonderful Bite. Three stories of hot vampire romance in a holiday setting.
Vampire for Christmas by Felicity E. Heaton
It was one last mission. Shannon, a demon hunter with the agency, is looking forward to leaving behind the small town and the vampire she’s been stuck with for the past two years. Things are getting complicated fast and she wants out. A fresh start, free of her vampire partner, awaits her if she can survive their final mission and the lonely Christmas holidays. It was one last mission. Rafe, a vampire doing time with the agency, watches it approach with dread weighing heavily in his stomach. Two years of working with Shannon has been difficult, especially since he started falling for her, but he doesn’t want their partnership to end. He has barely a few days to make her face her feelings and stop her from leaving, and he intends to do just that. When a slimy demon threatens the season of peace and goodwill, it’s the chance Rafe has been waiting for and the moment Shannon secretly fears. Rafe’s determination to prise open her heart and her own resolve to keep it closed clash as violently as they do with the demon, and threatens to end as messily.
A Vampire for Christmas by Laurie London, Michele Hauf, Caridad Piñeiro, and Alexis Morgan
It’s the time of year for twinkling lights on trees and kisses under the mistletoe. Yet the passing of another year means nothing to the stunning immortals who lurk in the shadows of the new-fallen snow. And they don’t care if you’ve been naughty or nice. Let four fanged lovers open your eyes to a passion you never dared to imagine. After all, there’s no place like home for the holidays—and these dazzling vampires can’t wait for an invitation.
And that’s just a peek into the many vampire Christmas books. Any of you a fan of holiday books? Will you pick up any of these?
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