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Born to be Mine

A Vampire Romance

By Jade Cooper

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The following material contains graphic sexual content described in explicit detail. This book is intended for mature readers only. This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental. They are productions of the authors’ imagination and used fictitiously.

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Born to be Mine

A Vampire Romance

By: Jade Cooper


Penelope and her father hadn't always seen eye to eye, but she loved the old mule. And as for him, Penelope was his world. He had always tried to do what he thought was best for her. Perhaps she knew that and perhaps that was the reason she wasn't too upset with him for throwing this elaborate party. It was her introduction into southern society. Her father no doubt had wanted to ensure she would be taken care of in the future. But Penelope had other plans. She had no intention of marrying any man. And the thought of parading around the party like a prize sow really ruffled her feathers. She scoffed at the thought that she would be on display for all the men to ogle. So she spent as much time as she could away from the affair in the ball room. When she found the opportunity, she escaped to the balcony or the foyer, away from their lustful gazes. Most of them, married or not, made no attempt to hide their imaginative eyes from lusting after her curvaceous body. She may have been born with a body that was made for pleasure, but how dare they assume that it gave them the right to undress her with their eyes. On the other hand, she detested the ideology that an honorable southern “lady” was supposed to accept the offer of marriage from a southern gentleman and then spend the rest of her life fulfilling his sexual needs and breeding children.

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