Danse Macabre by Thomm Quackenbush
Book Two Of The Night's Dream Series

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When one dresses largely in black and belongs to a Wiccan coven on campus, having an older boyfriend who thinks he is a vampire almost makes sense. However, when Roselyn's lover Dryden becomes an actual vampire-albeit a reticent one-and her preternatural roommate Shane is mistakenly taken hostage in her place, it is up to Roselyn to take on the cockroaches of the daemonic world without ending up on the wrong side of a pair of fangs. About the series:
The Night's Dream series takes place in the realms most familiar to you.  They are books that dwell in the shadows you think you see out of the corner of your eye, our world and yet not the one we would want to admit.  In a twisted version of the Hudson Valley, one occupied by vampire maternity nurses and self-interested angels, by displaced spirits wearing the masks of aliens, by possessed pumpkins and tree sprites who teach botany to ungrateful undergrads, the characters deal with the strangest circumstance of all: trying to figure out what it means to lead a normal life. 
 

About Thomm Quackenbush

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Thomm Quackenbush (1980-present) was born in Beacon, New York. He is a novelist and teacher in the Hudson Valley, where much of his Night's Dreams series takes place. He has been published by Double Dragon Publishing, Cave Drawing Ink, The Journal of Cartoon Over-Analysis, Broken City Magazine, The Toucan, and Paragon Press.
 
Published May 22, 2012 by Double Dragon Publishing. 274 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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