- File Size: 1922 KB
- Print Length: 291 pages
- Publisher: Pocket Star (July 24, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 24, 2017
- Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MAXOF4S
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,332 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Accidental Sire (Half-Moon Hollow Series Book 14) Kindle Edition
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I wouldn't say this is the best of the Half-Moon Hollow books. I thought the wrap up with the villains was rushed and disjointed. But the worst part of the book was the love scene. It happened at such a tense, inappropriate time I couldn't enjoy it at all. I had to skip it because I was so anxiously awaiting the imminent arrival of the villain. How could they stop for nooky in the middle of danger? It was ridiculous.
This book featured Jane, Gabriel and Georgie at home. There were some great scenes with them especially Georgie. There were also some good bits of Ophelia. Long time fans of the series will enjoy more cameos featuring nearly all our former heroes and heroines.
On the whole Meagan was a likeable, sympathetic character and Ben was ok. I still wish the characters were a little older. I don't like how the series is running toward teen romance lately.
Overall: I wanted to like this book, largely because I love Molly Harper’s humor and snark. This book was just as enjoyably snarky as her others, but in general the characters were immature and uninteresting. The book read much like a young adult novel with little character depth. ***The main female character, who’s name I don’t remember and is strangely not mentioned in the book description, is turned by a vampire after an accident. She awakens early, and bites Ben when he comes in to check on her. Form there Jane Jameson, as representative of the somewhat hypocritical vampire league take Ben and (name here) to her home where she proceeds to make (name) feel terrible about herself while doting on Ben. The book actually made me dislike Jane, which is unfortunate, since the Jane Jameson books are on my list to get to. (Name) is a former foster child, and Harper does a fabulous job with detailing the emotional difficulties that former foster children might bring to a relationship. Unfortunately, none of these difficulties are sufficiently addresses. Ben (and to some extent Jane and the other characters in this book) is shallow, self-absorbed and whiney. He is also a terrible romantic lead, falling asleep during the only heart-to-heart conversation the two manage to actually have. By the end (name) has magically found a family, gotten over her abandonment issues, and fallen in love (though hell if I know why).***
M: Ben was a woefully inadequate. He is immature, self-absorbed and whiney.
F: I don’t remember her name, which I think says everything you need to know right there.
Instalove: Quick connection, ***but Ben quickly destroys it by being childish. I feel like the characters never really connected***.
POV: F first person.
Pace: Mostly good. I skimmed a few pages but not many.
Pursuer: Both and neither at times.
Violence/Dark: Not really ***Ben and (name) are kidnapped and drugged at one point. They get over it pretty quickly.***
OM/OW Drama: Not Really. It is resolved with a simple conversation. ***Ben once asked Gigi (mentioned on the book jacket rather than the main character) to marry him. When Ben and Gigi end up working together (name) gets jealous.***
Hot: Not really, I found these scenes actually rather awkward.
Humor: Of course, I always laugh to Harper’s books.
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