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Publisher's Summary

Can a vampire dance and shoot at the same time?
Vampire bounty hunter Nathaniel Newburg follows his mark into Nocturne Falls, a place where it's easy for anyone to hide and blend in. At first it seems as though he has his prey cornered, only to confront a beautiful feline-shifter, Camille Nahuel, instead. She dances around the floor with sultry steps, instructing a ballroom class, and dances around his heart even faster. Oh, tango, the game is on. Can Nathaniel control his annoyance long enough to finish his job and save his love?
The Vampire Bounty Hunter's Unexpected Catch is the first book by Larissa Emerald set in the Nocturne Falls Universe. Take a twirl around the dance floor with a flirty feline shifter and a sexy vampire.
©2017 Kristen Painter (P)2017 Kristen Painter
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By Gina on 10-14-17

very disappointed

I have listened to all of the nocturne falls books and almost all of the universe series. I was very disappointed by this book. The author makes up so much and it doesn't fit with the rest of the books. I also feel like this didn't tell a full story either with just bits and pieces of things that at sometimes didn't make any sense.

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By Susan on 11-14-17

Not Good

So I love the Nocturne Falls Universe books, but this one missed the mark. From making up lore that vampires came from outer space to openly carrying a rifle to a ball and no one thinking it’s weird let alone illegal... This book felt like it was pre-written then modified for the Nocturne Falls Universe. Even though it’s short, save your money.

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2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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