The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Very Unusual Romance (The Cowboy and the Vampire Collection) (Volume 1)

Download The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Very Unusual Romance (The Cowboy and the Vampire Collection) (Volume 1) PDF by Clark Hays, Kathleen McFall eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Very Unusual Romance (The Cowboy and the Vampire Collection) (Volume 1) Welcome to LonePine, Wyoming, population 438, where the best of the west faces off against the rise of the undead. A genre mash-up that deftly navigates the darkest sides of human nature while celebrating the power of love, its been called everything from a campy cult classic to a trailblazer in its own new genre: Western Gothic.Let er buck!. But she carries a 2000-year-old secret in her veins that will test their unusual romance to the very edge of death, and beyond.Saddle up for a hilarious,

The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Very Unusual Romance (The Cowboy and the Vampire Collection) (Volume 1)

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Rating : 4.27 (783 Votes)
Asin : 0983820031
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 422 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-08-26
Language : English

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Welcome to LonePine, Wyoming, population 438, where the best of the west faces off against the rise of the undead. A genre mash-up that deftly navigates the darkest sides of human nature while celebrating the power of love, it's been called everything from a campy cult classic to a trailblazer in its own new genre: Western Gothic.Let 'er buck!. But she carries a 2000-year-old secret in her veins that will test their unusual romance to the very edge of death, and beyond.Saddle up for a hilarious, sexy, existential gallop through the dying American west with an army of ancient bloodsuckers in hot pursuit.First published in 1999 and now re-released in its third printing, the definitive "author's cut," The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Very Unusual Romance is the first book of The Cowboy and the Vampire Collection. It's a love story for the ages when a broke cowboy and a glamorous big city reporter fall lipstick over boot heels in love

Clark and Kathleen now live in Portland, Oregon. Between the two of them, Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall have worked in writing jobs ranging from cowboy-poet to energy journalist to restaurant reviewer to university press officer. . After they met, their writing career took center stage when they wrote the first book in The Cowboy and Vampire Collection as a test for marriage. They passe

Tucker, an old school cowboy falls in love with big city gal, reporter Lizzie Vaughan. No wonder Tucker's dad turned to the vet for help. -- Examiner . -- The Romance Reader, Susan ScribnerThis deliciously dark, witty novel will be a hit with fans of Anne Rice and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. -- SF Site Featured Review, Lisa DuMondI enjoyed The Cowboy and the Vampire; the quirky characters, the new mythology of vampires, and the focus upon the uncertainty between evil and good. A different read with a bite. A lot of it is very funny. An enthralling plot that captured me from the start and left me disappointed when it finally ended. Some of it ticked me off. But I darn near laughed my pants off and even managed to be both horrified and disgusted. With family support like that, how can a Cowboy in love go wrong? -- Luxury Re

gadjetGirl59 said A new take on a old genre. I truly enjoyed this book. I like the cowboy aspect of the story, a John Wayne type character such as Tucker. And there was the love story between him and Lizzie. Plenty of action and a good storyline. Am looking forward to the next book. It doesn't get any more special than this Patroo Cue the cowboy, Tucker. Absolutely authentic and correct, he scrabbles out a living riding for ranchers, winning a little money at the rodeos now and then, has one good horse and one good dawg. Life ain't that good, but not too bad, either, if you don't want much.It's the New West, as witnessed by a herd of alpacas living on the ranch by the cabin he calls home. Damn long-legged, long-necked things, look at 'em funny and they spit at'cha.A New York City girl reporter shows up to talk to him one day, and it all goes in a new direction. Turns out they're falling in lo. "Dark and funny western gothic romance" according to Erin S. Burns. I received an ARC of this book from the Publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.This book was initially published in 1999, so if you were reading vampire romance before it was cool, you might want to double check your shelves and make sure you hadn't already picked it up. Fortunately for me, this was not something I had previously seen (small town libraries did not have this sort of fun when I grew up). This book was a wild ride even in today's market, so I can only imagine how wild it must have seemed 15 years ago.Tucker is your any-man cowboy in