Casa Dracula Book Three

"A charmingly goofy marriage of chick lit and the supernatural. Acosta takes a bite out of the bridal circuit with this loopy, whimsical tale."
--Publishers Weekly 

"Acosta's talent is staggering. In each of her Milagro de Los Santos novels, she shows readers all over again just how funny, ridiculous and thoroughly gifted she is at plotting."
--Romantic Times 

Horror writer/gardener/party girl Milagro De Los Santos is having serious problems planning her wedding to fabulous Oswald Grant, MD, who has a "genetic condition" that makes him crave blood and intolerant of direct sunlight. Milagro's future mother-in-law loathes her, her dog just died, and then her extravagant friend Nancy hijacks the role of wedding coordinator. As if things weren't bad enough, the Vampire Council assigns conniving Cornelia Ducharme, the sister of Milagro's ex-lover, to supervise the couple through ancient wedding traditions.

Meanwhile, Milagro's reduced to ghostwriting the memoirs of a loony little man who claims to be a shapeshifter. A series of accidents interferes with the wedding plans and Milagro fears that someone's out to get her...again. Is her paranoia justified or is she cracking under the pressure? And why does she keep running into her too attractive ex-lover, dangerously sexy Ian Ducharme?

Also, does she really have to make a fruitcake for the reception, or are the vampires just messing with her head?

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"Milagro De Los Santos remains one of the most interesting characters I know, with her quick-wit, sharp tongue, and flirtatious manner.  She demands full devotion from the reader, and with me she gets it."
--The Spinecracker

"The Bride of Casa Dracula is the fast-paced witty read that we have all come to enjoy from Marta Acosta. Yet it is much more than that...I am on pins and needles waiting for the next installment in one of my new favorite series for this year."
--Bitten by Books

"The Bride of Casa Dracula...combines the language and the Jane Austen-ish romantic comedy-of-manners style of Happy Hour At Casa Dracula with the faster romance mystery pacing of Midnight Brunch, and effortlessly comes out on top."
--Love Vampires

"Sizzling and sexy, Acosta's latest is perfect for readers who like a little snappy satire in their vampire romances."