Vampire, Hannah's best friend has coupled up and Hannah is feeling alone and lonely. One night on a stroll through her favorite grave-yard she is be-hounded by a small growling fur ball. The puppy refuses to leave and reluctantly she takes him in. She soon needs expert advice because the puppy won't eat any of the expensive dog chow she buys and burps fire.
Hannah consults her vampire friends and a friendly jinni and finds out she's got herself a hell hound. And more, the jinni warns, there is sure to be an owner in the background somewhere. When a gorgeous demon shows up pounding on her door wanting his dog back, Hannah is suddenly in the middle of a humorous predicament. This between-quell, the second episode of the Vampires of San Francisco series, is a novella of 60 pages.
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The second book in series, "Hell Hounds," is the kick-ass counterpoint about the afterlife and love-life of kick-ass vampiress, Hannah's, and a love interest with some serious mojo of his own!
Hell Hounds was a quick read, but a laugh-out-loud addition to this series I love. Vampires, demons, hell hounds and a whole lot of laughs. The narrator really enhances the fun with just the right timing and intonation. I highly recommend Jessica McBrayer's vampire series to anyone who likes their vampires with a twist of humor.
I liked the narrators voices- well done. Also, the female lead wasn't whiney, going on and on ad nauseum. She had interesting friends that give s**t because they give a s**t about their friends. I'll explore this series further.
Valerie Gilbert is awesome! Love the British accent on the Gin. :)
Hard to read a book well that is so badly written
Badly written. Less tha 7th grade sentence structure, word usage, emotional content.
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