Molly Harper writes a great Intro to being a Vampire from the viewpoint of one conservative small town girl. Amanda Ronconi does a humorous job of giving a southern voice to the girl and the rest of the crowd in the book. The plot is not new but it has a fair number of twists and turns. It follows one of Molly's other books of an overbearing mother who wants to control everything and a dysfunctional sister. Overall the mix of characters and their influence on the new vampire provides plenty of reason to come up with reasons for walking around with my earplugs in while listening to the audiobook - regardless of where I am.
Yes - just as good.
Only if they want incredibly detailed sexual episodes.
I have always liked Christine Feehan. I haven't listened to one in a long time - so that may be the issue. I loved how the story started and was really thrilled till about 1/3 of the way through. Then as the 2 main characters become closer and closer (physically and emotionally), the steam just keeps rising. If you enjoy the details of the sexual exploits, you will love this one. If you like her stories, it is hard to get through the exploits this time to get to the story.
I loved the book and would have loved the audio but I had listened to the narrator on Dee Henderson books and they are more religious and much tamer. I had a really hard time listening too him on this book. I got through the first 10 minutes and quit. I am so sad since the book is great!
The book was traditionally romantic with vampires and a lone handsome rugged man. But he said such stupid stuff that no man I have ever met thought or said (perhaps I have not met the thoughtful provoking men that deeply considered their feelings over such long long long periods of time). THe woman that led the vampires was easily led...I'd be embarrased to be a vampire
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