How to Defend Yourself Against a Vampire, Gail Carriger Style

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How to Marry a Werewolf (In 10 Easy Steps) ~ A Claw & Courtship Novella by Gail Carriger features a certain white wolf we all love to hate (except those of us weirdos who love to love him).

Guilty of an indiscretion? Time to marry a werewolf.

Rejected by her family, Faith crosses the Atlantic, looking for a marriage of convenience and revenge. But things are done differently in London. Werewolves are civilized. At least they pretend to be.


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2 Responses

  1. anne said:

    Hello. The five steps are hilarious pieces of advice, especially the stain tactique, most effective and universal. About Lilliput, she is too cute: I am sure that she is one of the most “wanted” cats of the world. The master is always the cat, the human living in its house is but some servant.

  2. Rhiannon Lynn said:

    Thank you for your sage advice – what about those of us who wear nothing under our outerwear (the weather is warm enough to permit it) during this season, and thus have Nowhere Whatsoever to stash Anything in our modest amount of decolletage as it is Uncontained.
    Should one employ a garter-holster? One has no easily applicable hairsticks (well, 2, actually, made by oneself, but rather too ungainly for public use.).
    Or should one simply avoid vampires?

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