This book follows our heroine, Josie, as she lives the dream and dates not one but two eligible vampire bachelors. It’s pretty flattering attention considering she spends her days working at a bridal shop dealing with bitching bridezillas.
To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I read this. Certainly not the down-to-earth problems and at times hilarious situations Josie finds herself in. She’s direct, insightful, occasionally a bit self-depreciating, and makes no bones about her desire to catch the eye of, have sex with, and maybe even get into a relationship with a hot vampire. Nor does she pull any punches in her descriptions or observations. I couldn’t help snickering, sputtering, and snorting a bit with laughter during some parts, like the visit to the biker bar for burgers for her first date with the not-quite-so-affluent vampire, Walker.
I strongly recommend it if you like your paranormal romance with a heavy dose of hilarity. I was a bit surprised when I hit the end so fast, and I was definitely left wanting more. Volume 2 should be out later this year, and I’m looking forward to the next installment!