Calhoun, KY, United States | Member Since 2008
I want to start this review off by saying I love Molly Harper's writing. It's witty and sarcastic in just the right places, and deviant enough to make me wish for more. It's light reading, so don't expect too much other than a wonderful ride in a quirky female's perspective.
That said, the main thing missing from the story is depth on the part of the male love interest. Harper's guys tend to be well, for a lack of a better description, Disneyish; the handsome prince (or rather, vampire or werewolf) that shows up, is cute, and immediately falls for the leading lady whether he or she likes it or not. Gabriel the vampire was a bit like this but Nick has it bad - I found myself a little shocked when he pulled the L word out so early.
The book was a bit predictable too, but then, most books like this are. But I couldn't just give this book 3 stars - the wording is just too like my own and had way too much fun listening to someone who actually talks like I do. Its the same issue I had with Jane from "Nice Girls..."
4 stars for this snarky sequel
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