I really loved this book from beginning to end. From the start I fell into a daze with the characters’ quips and quirks. This author effortlessly makes one laugh either manically or with abandonment, it matters not which, what does is that the laughs go on either way. Needless to say, I didn’t stop reading this book after the first paragraph. Very quick and quirky were the characters, situations, even the language. I loved the fact the author took the time to build the story for awhile prior to serious boudoir action. I’ve read her “Accidental” stories and it’s the same characters with their attitudes and issues. This book is great at intertwining a great plot with quirky characters espousing wonderful dialogue, which just happens to be funny.
What I had problems with the most was (as always with this series) closing the covers on a great story. However, if you’re looking to read a deep book, forget it. This book is lighthearted and succeeds in that method the entire time you’re reading this book. If you’re going camping, have a power outage, are snowed in, or just housebound, this book is great to read aloud to your partner for the lighthearted laughs. It lightened my week with the laughter my husband and I enjoyed as I read aloud parts to him (yep, he likes good stories too, especially if they’re funny). Some people might say this book is campy; but I say if it is, that’s what makes this a notable book to read.
He was just looking for a night of fun.
After a wild work-sponsored Halloween party, entomologist Sam McLean wakes up with a spotty memory—and a pointy set of fangs. Sam’s one-night stand wasn’t just dressed
as a vampire; she had the bite to match. Somehow, Sam ends up at the OOPS office, where paranormal crisis counselors Nina, Marty and Wanda give him the down-low on accidentally becoming a creature of the night.
What he got was an eternity of trouble.
Sam is speeding through the stages of newbie grief, until a woman named Phoebe Reynolds bursts onto the scene claiming to be Nina’s sister—resulting in a catfight that
ends with Phoebe’s luscious behind in the direct path of Sam’s fangs. Now, the OOPS girls have two fledgling vamps on their hands, and their powers—and the attraction
building between them—are unlike anything they’ve seen before…...