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How steamy is it? Hot Damn

Publisher's Summary

In "Shades of Gray" by Katie MacAlister, Noelle is a Guardian: a demon-wrangler, imp-banisher, and all-round secret protector of humans from the Otherworld. While working on the set of a ghost-busting reality show in a haunted castle, she meets a sexy vampire, and together they prevent a Master Demon from killing everyone in the castle.

In "Undead Sublet" by Molly Harper, executive chef Tess Maitland is banned from her five-star kitchen in Chicago to recover from "exhaustion". Choosing a random rental house in Half-Moon Hollow to spend time in, she's unaware that the house comes with a strange man. Even though Sam Masden's ex-wife has rented the house out from under him, the divorce settlement allows him access to it for another ninety days. With Tess unable to go anywhere else, and Sam unwilling, a war of epic proportions is declared - and romantic sparks and heavy pots fly.

Jessica Sims's "Out With a Fang" features Ruby Sommers, a lonely were-jaguar who signs up for a blind date through the paranormal dating agency Midnight Liaisons. When she arrives, she finds out that her date, a vampire, was the human she'd been in love with four years ago but was forced to dump.

©2012 Katie MacAlister, Molly Harper, and Jessica Sims (P)2012 Tantor

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worth it but...

Worth the credit, but the first story is a total waste of time. Just skip it! But the second story is worth the story alone. The third story is also very good.

13 of 14 people found this review helpful

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Two thirds of a great listen!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Undead in My Bed to be better than the print version?

I would consider the second and third stories to be better, because the narrators do an excellent job. The first one was horrible. or maybe it was the writing. Probably mostly the writing, but the narrator didn't help.

What did you like best about this story?

The Story by Jessica Sims (3rd Story), with the Molly Harper's (2nd Story) a close second.

Which scene was your favorite?

The third story in it's entirety.

If you could rename The Undead in My Bed, what would you call it?

Hot Vamps.

Any additional comments?

Don't give up on the book because the first story/narration sucks. The other two stories are worth a credit on thier own!

13 of 15 people found this review helpful

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Three entertaining and amusing vampire tales.

Funny and light-hearted short paranormal romance stories that are any easy listen - preferred M.H's and R.S.'s stories but they are all a simple sweet listen and, or but, they don't contain any 'hot and heavy' bits.

Worth a credit? Mmmmm, although I would prefer a bit more 'heat' to the stories, they were very enjoyable and entertaining, so it's a YES.

11 of 14 people found this review helpful

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  • NDiaye
  • barberville, FL, United States
  • 05-03-13

Dynamic Trio... hmmm maybe

I love Molly Harper as her stories usually have me cracking up and this one did not fail, i was at work and i had to bite my lips,"spoiler alert" especially the part where Sam, Lindy and Tess all behave like the three stooges. This was a great book especially on one of those horrible days at work. In regards to the first story .. well lets just say it needs alot of work and it left me wanting. The third story was good and nice way to end this medley.

This title is for persons who like the quirkier side of the paranormal genre, so if that describes you then this book is for you. Hope you enjoy, I certainly did, can't wait for more books from Molly

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • Bri
  • Las vegas, NV, United States
  • 09-29-12

awesome

Where does The Undead in My Bed rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Very high. I adore Molly Harper!

What aspect of the narrators’s performance would you have changed?

The first story was hard to follow since there r different volumes for different characters. One character blasted out my ear drum then the next one I couldn't hear what they were saying

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Absolutely

Any additional comments?

2nd & 3rd story were awesome. After the volume for the 1st story gets fixed I will relisten to it.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Three great books in One

I loved listening to three stories in one book. They were short and each one had a great, complete story. The narrators were very good. Without going in to detail with each story, they were all very good. Recommend this book for some quick, fund reading.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Nice compliment to the "Nice Girls" series

If you could sum up The Undead in My Bed in three words, what would they be?

funny, romantic, adventure

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Oh yes, it wasn't a long story but well worth the time to listen.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Skip the 1st story,2nd is fabulous,3rd satisfying

Summary: Buy this book simply for the 2nd story written by Molly Harper.

The first book by Jessica Sims is simply ridiculous. Noelle is supposed to be a 'Guardian', meaning she can banish demons and imps, etc., etc... but the way this character is written and voiced was horrible! She sounds like this weak, tiny little fluff of a woman, completely indecisive, whining, pleading.. I literally had to force myself to listen to it. By the time the story reached its end I was glad I'd listened while cleaning house. At least something worthwhile had been accomplished!

Then the second story by Molly Harper started playing, and I was hooked, once again in the world of Half Moon Hollow. If you like good entertainment with laughter, this is the book for you. It starts off with our heroine seeing vegetables singing.. and I loved it. This story alone made the book worth my purchase. I will absolutely be listening to this story again!

The third story by Katie McAllister was pleasurable, although I did think the ending was a just a bit too neat and tidy. I always wonder about the relatives left behind, things like that. I might listen to this story again some day.

6 of 11 people found this review helpful

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Vampires in three very different worlds.

This was a fun combination of stories, all of which involved at least one vampire. All of the stories in this anthology feature HEA endings with no cliffhangers.

*Shades of Gray by Katie MacAlister*
I enjoyed the female protagonist's unflappable nature and up-front and open way of speaking. That combined with the male protagonist's (Gray) unique way of speaking and the fact that he is in so many ways her opposite (where she is light and optimistic, he is dark and pessimistic) made for very entertaining reading. I found myself laughing at times throughout the story.

*Undead Sublet by Molly Harper*
This was a cute story that was, as a whole, relatively light and on the comical side. In this world vampires have already outed themselves to the humans, so when Sam smiles at Tess, she knows exactly what he is. The antics between the two over the course of the book are very amusing (particularly Tess' first prank on Sam). Molly Harper did a good job of setting up their initially adversarial relationship with an entertaining spin. Sam's ex-wife has rented out their former home to Tess, without the knowledge of Tess or Sam. Overall the story was funny and engaging. I'd definitely be interested in reading the rest of the Half-Moon Hollow series.

*Out With a Fang by Jessica Simms*
Reading this story made me want to read the rest of the series. It was funny and engaging with some real emotion thrown in. Ruby and Michael's oddly set-up second chance ends up starting with an awful date followed by running from bounty hunters. I enjoyed the way they had a history and how their feelings for each other had (so Ruby believes) or hadn't (as Michael knows) changed in the last four years. As the story is told entirely from Ruby's perspective, it is neat when we, as readers, get to hear what happened to Michael after their break-up and what he has believed since.

Note: At the time of writing this review, I had already read the first two books in the series, Beauty Dates the Beast and Desperately Seeking Shapeshifter. Having met Jade in this book and liking her and then seeing her behavior in Desperately Seeking Shapeshifter (which precedes this story in the series), I am very interested to hear her story. I hope it is included in the series.

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1 out of 3 isn’t bad

Honestly, just save yourself some time and listen to the middle one by Molly Harper. The characters, writing and narration are great. I laughed and found it truly relatable despite no real tie to the walk of life of any of the characters.

The first book felt frothy and one dimensional. The narrator came off as flippant. And the quality of the third books narration sounded off and mechanical.