This was a very good book.
Gabriel was a really interesting character. He was strong, brave, caring and handsome. He also knew a lot of interesting history.
Dori Gallagher was smart and brave. I enjoyed her.
The plot was intriguing and pulled me in. The supernatural creatures were interesting too. The enemy was evil and a good foe. I enjoyed how Gabriel and Dori got to know each other and eventually fell from lust and into love. The chemistry was there and the romantic scenes were well done.
I liked the humor the author put into this story. This book did not drag at all. There was good bits of uniqueness, action, and romance. Everything was written how I like it. You get wonderful characters and twists too.
Twice-baked vampire, Gabriel Strickland, learns he has a chance at redemption when he’s whisked from his final demise into a purgatory secretly tucked in West Hollywood. Sixty creatures, including other dead vampires, pixies, a legendary Navaho stick man and bothersome leprechauns, struggle together to earn brownie points and wait out possible centuries of this purgatory. Gabriel receives dubious advice from the troll who runs the place, but there are always bugs in the pudding and he faces them all. Enter, the beautiful Dori Gallagher, who not only knocks Gabriel off his feet, but also an evil warlock who has designs on her. When menacing forces gather against Gabriel and everything he’s come to respect, it’s a fiery clash of the supernatural in one heroic effort to save his new reality.