Wow this really didnt have an interesting story line at all. I normally listen to audio books while I am working. This one made me so sleepy and board its just a horror and waste of my credit.
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She was horrible and a better narrator should of been picked. Fake country accent etc. I have had better narrator's will bad books.
All of them
This is one author that I will keep reading/listening to. I love her books. The characters are funny the story keeps your interest. I would encourage anyone who is looking for a light, witty and entertaining listen, to choose this one.
All of the fun and humor of Good Girls Don't Have Fangs returns in this well written sequel. The beginning of the book does give you a brief recap of the first book, which I found helpful because it had been a little while since I listened to it.
I am not usually a fan of the vampires, zombies, werewolves and etc, but with the subject matter being so popular and everywhere, I have seen a few movies (Twilight) and an episode or two of various series. Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs was in the Audible Essentials list. It really was the reviews that convinced me to buy it, and I'm so glad I did.
Nice Girls Dont Date Dead Men is mostly centered around the wedding of Jane's best friend Zeb, a human, and Joleen, a werewolf. As you can imagine the events leading up to the event are chaotic and hilarious. Jane is also still learning the ins and outs of everyday vampire life, and trying to figure out her relationship with her mysterious sire/boyfriend. Throw in a new job, critical family members, another step-grandpa's death, Dick Channey, psychics, Faux-Type-O, friendly ghosts, small town politics, a high school crush, a lawsuit from a sister, and incredibly well timed retorts, sarcastic remarks and clever thinking... you end up with a very well crafted, hilarious book that you won't want to put down.
My favorite part is the witty banter and sarcastic humor that Jane uses. She is so quick witted and has a retort for everything. In the first book I found myself getting a little annoyed at Jane shooting her mouth off with thinking first. In this book, she still says exactly what she thinks, its just not so detrimental to her well being.
There are a couple sex scenes. They are not overly descriptive, but they are there.
This book is a super fun read. I had a hard time putting it down. I laughed out loud frequently and got a couple weird looks from the people sitting next to me, but I didn't care, I was having fun. The narrator did a pretty good job too. A couple of the male voices sounded similar, but I was never confused about which character was speaking.
Now I just have to wait for my next credit so I can download the next book. OK, well, maybe I won't be able to wait that long :-)
Adult Vampire Book
I like when the main character gets in a fight with an old man. You will just have to read or listen to, in order to find out.
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Repetitive much? This book makes me laugh at different times.
I really enjoyed this vampire book. It's like a book version of True Blood. If you like True Blood, than you would like this audio book series.
The whole series is worth the download and the $. If you are looking for a book to make you laugh, want to strangle the lead, and laugh at her again, get it. If you love Sookie Stackhouse, you will LOVE this series as much and the narrator as well too. It's a best buy for me!
I enjoyed the develpment of more of the regular characters.
The listen went too fast.
Yes. The narrator is awesome! She brings acting back to the charactors. Adding to their personality.
The main charator. The spin events keep you guessing and if you listen to it a secound time you pick up even more stuff that you might have missed the first time.
I have this whole series and i love each book!!
Yes!! I was laughing so hard that I had to pull my vehicle over because I had tears in my eyes.
'Nice Girls Don't Date Dead Men' by Molly Harper is the second book in a humorous, fun series about a young vampire woman learning about functioning as a young adult vampire in a human world. Jane has a boyfriend who is vampire who is hundreds of years old, her best friend is engaged to a werewolf girl, a job in an old occult bookstore, and an undead aunt who lives with her in an old historic home in an old Southern town. This second book in the series which is told in first person voice mainly concerns itself with the engagement and the families of Jane's friends, a werewolf and a human. I enjoyed this book. I recommend it to all who enjoy reading humorous books with vampires and werewolves. The narrator, Amanda Ronconi, did a very good job.
yes, you always forget something or miss something, a good book should always be read at least twice.
I really like this whole series. shame that it ended .... I read it too fast. :)