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Publisher's Summary

"I'm going to do things to your body that nobody has ever done before. I'm going to make you feel joys and pleasures that you didn't know were possible...."

Nobody believes college student Kenny Dawkins when he says that a vampire moved in next door - despite the fact that the handsome and mysterious new neighbor first showed up at midnight dragging a large rectangular box into his basement.

When Kenny and his best friend Sam decide to investigate further, Kenny finds out that spying on his hot, older neighbor has all kinds of unintended consequences. It's time for the young man to find out if it's true that vampires suck - in more ways than one!

©2015 Rod Mandelli (P)2020 Rod Mandelli

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Meh

this could be a decent story, but the Narrator doesn't help it any. He enunciates everything, which isn't always a bad thing, but it doesn't help the story. When the narrator delivers the dialogue of the characters, he doesn't seem to be too into the story and doesn't make it believable.

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Wrong person to be narrating this type of book. To make a story successful you need the right voice for the right character.

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First and Last

While I found it to be interesting I also found it hard to finish. I was able to listen to the whole thing, but it seemed to be too rushed for me. I was hoping the story would be a little longer and be more than just sex. Nothing was explained very well. I was left with a lot of questions throughout the book.
Something that should have been better explained is when Kenny left his home - Who would just up and leave so easily? What would you say to your sister or your parents?
Something that really didn't make sense to me is when his best friend died and he seemed to be just fine with it. He shed a single tear after his best friend died? I was able to finish the book, but his lack or humanity killed my overall interest in the book.
The sexual parts of the book were very well written and descriptive. I don't feel that any critiquing is needed for those.
The narrator's Voice throughout the story sounded too rigid like it didn't have much emotion.
This experience has made it less likely that I will read more of these books because of the style of writing.

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not worth the$

story line basic and read so basic as well. glad I didn't use a credit to get it! still a waste of $3

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I wasn't impressed

The person reading this,sounds to old for the character.Their voice sounds like Harvey Firestein

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Hmmm

For a free listen, it wasn’t bad...nor was it good. It was hmmm...that’s all I have.