Although it had been mostly deserted since the Voodoo Wars, there hadn&;t been any trouble out at the lake for years. Rae Seddon, nicknamed Sunshine, head baker at her family&;s busy and popular café in downtown New Arcadia, needed a place to get away from all the noise and confusion&;of the clientele and her family. Just for a few hours. Just to be able to hear herself think.
She knew about the Others, of course. Everyone did. And several of her family&;s best regular customers were from SOF&;Special Other Forces&;which had been created to deal with the threat and the danger of the Others.
She drove out to her family&;s old lakeside cabin and sat on the porch, swinging her feet and enjoying the silence and the silver moonlight on the water.
She never heard them coming. Of course, you don&;t when they&;re vampires.
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Sookie Stackhouse will cheer for this tough and quirky heroine. In Sunshine, which won the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature, McKinley has a vampire novel that is &;a smart, funny tale of suspense and romance&; (San Francisco Chronicle).
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Sunshine Seddon meets Count Dracula's handsome cousin in a romp through the shadowy streets of a spooky world.
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