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UNREQUITED 






by Emily Shaffer


Release Date: 2014


NA (17+)


PARANORMAL ROMANCE





Book Summary:


UNREQUITED is An Interview with a Vampire
meets Meet Joe Black.






In the town
of Belle Ridge there are doctors, lawyers and teachers... but there is only one
vampire. Will Leighton has become an expert in making a life for himself
amongst the unsuspecting small-town inhabitants, as the high school history
teacher. He has spent hundreds of years crafting an identity and routine that
make him feel almost human, but he is always missing that important final
element, love.





Ashton
Wallace is beautiful, smart, and angry. She was forced into an eternal
existence, and now her family has moved her away from everything and everyone
she knows. In Belle Ridge she is supposed to finish high school and start her
life again, but how do you make plans for the next several centuries?





Will has
never met another of his kind, and is immediately intrigued by Ashton. He longs
to show her that the perceived vampire lifestyle, so popular in storybooks, is
far from reality...but will she let him be a friend and guide in this new
existence? Can Ashton accept Will into her life, or will she be led astray by a
dark stranger with whom she shares an unknown connection?






About the Author

Whether writing stories to entertain her younger
siblings, or typing up an essay for a class, Emily Shaffer has been a writer
for as long as she can remember.  Her stories may have changed from
talking cartoon frogs to angsty young adults, but her goal to write a
compelling story remains the same.  When not writing, she lives in
Nashville and enjoys all the music, food, and excitement that city has to
offer.  Her first novel, the well-received chick-lit title That Time of
the Month was self-published on Amazon in 2012.  Her latest novel, as the
others before, are fueled by diet soda and pie.



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