To Catch a Vampire by Jennifer Harlow
(A F.R.E.A.K.S. Squad Investigation)

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CLASSIFIED: F.R.E.A.K.S. Do Dallas 

Beatrice Alexander, telekinetic special agent, is still adjusting to life among the F.R.E.A.K.S. while wiping out zombies and other supernatural threats. When Bea learns about her “special assignment” investigating a series of human disappearances with Oliver Montrose, her gorgeous but annoying vampire co-worker, she reluctantly agrees to go undercover. Disguised as a married couple, they infiltrate the gothic vamp scene in Dallas. While sniffing out clues, Oliver’s convincing public—and not so public—displays of affection have Bea swooning in her bustier and fishnets. Between contending with her fake husband’s ex-lover Marianna and feeling guilty for hiding the mission from her werewolf crush Will, Bea discovers she’s not the only F.R.E.A.K. keeping secrets. Clubbing with the undead turns bloody when Oliver’s old enemy, the Lord of Dallas, decides to seek his revenge. Caught in the crossfire, Bea is up to her neck in blood-sucking trouble.

 

 

About Jennifer Harlow

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Jennifer Harlow earned a bachelor's degree from the UniveJennifer Harlow earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia in psychology. Her eclectic work experiencrsity of Virginia in psychology. Her eclectic work experience ranges from a bookseller to government investigator to rade ranges from a bookseller to government investigator to radio DJ to lab assistant. She is the author of Mind Over Monstio DJ to lab assistant. She is the author of Mind Over Monsters and To Catch a Vampire, and resides in Northern Virginiaers and To Catch a Vampire, and resides in Northern Virginia. Visit her online at JenniferHarlowBooks.com. . Visit her online at JenniferHarlowBooks.com.
 
Published September 1, 2012 by MIDNIGHT INK. 290 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Eventually, “Trixie,” as Oliver insists on calling Bea, isn’t sure if she’s more annoyed by her supposed husband’s relentless flirting with Marianna, the mistress of the hotel, or the fact that she’s bothered by it.

Aug 14 2012 | Read Full Review of To Catch a Vampire (A F.R.E.A...

Reviewing the Evidence

The problem is this: Dr. Black wants her to pose as the vampire Oliver's wife, because Beatrice isn't affected by that vampire mind-control thing.

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Cocktails and Books

This storyline dragged a bit though, until the rest of the FREAK team joined Oliver and Bea on their hunt for a group of vampire killers.

Jan 20 2013 | Read Full Review of To Catch a Vampire (A F.R.E.A...

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