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Accidental Sire (Half-Moon Hollow Series Book 14) Kindle Edition
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Accidental Sire is an amusing and engaging novel. I was pulled into the story from the very beginning (and I did not pop out until I finished the last word). I did not want Accidental Sire to conclude. I giggled, chuckled, and outright laughed while reading this paranormal mystery novel (there are some great one-liners and plenty of snark). Accidental Sire is well-written, easy to read, and has a fast pace. I appreciated that Ms. Harper has given us a new vampire with unique traits (spoilers). If you have not had the pleasure of reading A Half-Moon Hollow Novel previously, I do not suggest you start with Accidental Sire. I can guarantee you will be lost. While Accidental Sire focuses on Ben’s story, characters from the previous novels are present (actually, all of them including creepy Georgie). Their lives and stories have been told in the previous books in the series (which are equally delightful). I am rating Accidental Sire 5 out of 5 stars (I loved it). I especially liked that readers have had the opportunity to see these original characters grow and develop over the course of the series (fourteen books approximately). The biggest change has happened to Jane. It is amazing to see how far Jane has come since Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs. At the beginning of reach chapter are tips on how to raise an “unplanned vampire” (humorous). Accidental Sire has romance, suspense, a unicorn room, mystery, vampires, werewolves, humor, and so much more. I wish there were more books like this one.
After Meagan Keene meets a nice young man at a college party, she is thrilled when Ben Overby invites her to go on a date with him. Sadly, her happiness is short lived because she is hit with a heavy frisbee being tossed by some other students who are vampires. When it becomes apparent there is no hope she will recover from her injuries, a random vampire volunteers to turn her so she might continue to exist.
Upon waking up, Meagan realizes she is now one of the undead, and her first visitor is Ben checking to make certain she is doing all right. But there seems to be several irregularities when it comes to her new condition, so she is going to be carefully monitored by a vampire belonging to the World Council for the Equal Treatment of the Undead until she is thought to be safe. It certainly appears that Meagan’s potential romance with Ben is over before it even starts.
A visit to Half-Moon Hollow, Kentucky is always a special treat, as many of its residents are one of a kind. Jane and her hunky husband Gabriel are featured all throughout this story, and they made scenes extra enjoyable with their personal brand of humor. The high-spirited Ophelia does her usual thing, while the adorable looking yet actually sort of creepy Georgie shows off. And I certainly cannot forget Dick and his assortment of cleverly phrased t-shirts. If you have ever read this series, it is great catching up with favorite characters, and a first-time meeting of them will make you want to go back and discover what was missed.
What happens to Meagan and Ben is unplanned, and it leads to all kinds of hilarious mishaps and a number of unexpected repercussions. Molly Harper has many situations taking place that are very laughable as a new vampire does not always react as anticipated, especially when several traits are far from normal for their kind. However, there are also some suspenseful instances where outcomes could have serious consequences. The author has come up with a few distinct features for Ben and Meagan, and I found delight in each new aspect. The world Molly Harper has created for her paranormal beings in ACCIDENTAL SIRE is very ground-breaking since circumstances are like no other series. As Meagan comes to terms with living as one of the undead, she and Ben must also work through quite a lot of problems. Young love can be difficult for anyone, but their added supernatural troubles makes forming a relationship doubly hard. I am just glad to have had the opportunity to go on this imaginative journey with two likable individuals and all their diverse friends.
I voluntarily reviewed the book from the publisher via NetGalley, and all comments are my honest opinion - 4.5 Stars