In the 1890s, attracting the wrong man can be undeadly.
When Roz is reported to a witch hunter for talking to her cat, the prim and proper Salem librarian leaves town in a hurry. She doesn’t have many options, so she takes a job as a dance hall girl in the wild west. One of the girls is murdered, and Jonah, a reserved but hunky deputy, suspects the local vampire. But Roz knows it wasn’t him. She was with him at the time being turned into a vampire against her will.
Roz wants to get closer to Jonah. But to find the real killer, she’ll have to cozy up to the saloon’s rough and rowdy customers instead. Being a vampire might be some protection from the murderer if the method of death wasn’t a stake through the heart.
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