By Harrison Geillor
A small town... a plucky heroine, a glittery vampire, and a hunky local American rival with a mystery. yet all isn't because it turns out in Lake Woebegotten. permit Harrison Geillor exhibit what lies underneath the possible placid floor. You''ll snicker. We promise. while Bonnie Grayduck relocates from sunny Santa Cruz California to the small city of Lake Woebegotten, Minnesota, to reside along with her estranged father, leader of the neighborhood two-man police division, she thinks she''s leaving her issues at the back of. yet she quickly turns into thinking about one other pupil - the brooding, attractive Edwin Scullen, whose reclusive kinfolk hides a bad mystery. (Psst: they''re really vampires. yet they''re the sort who don''t consume humans, so it''s okay.) as soon as Bonnie realizes what her new lover quite is, she isn''t afraid. as an alternative, she sees power. simply because whereas Bonnie turns out to her family and friends to be a typical, a little bit clumsy, easily-distracted lady, she''s rather manipulative, calculating, energy hungry, and never above committing homicide to get her means - or maybe simply to amuse herself. this can be a love tale approximately monsters... however the vampire isn''t the monster.