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Don't Talk Back To Your Vampire (Broken Heart, Oklahoma, Book 2) Mass Market Paperback – July 3, 2007
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"The paranormal romance of the year." -- MaryJanice Davidson
Top Customer Reviews
Eva LeRoy is the town librarian and was turned into a vampire. She still runs the library and cares for her teenage daughter (who's funny too and falls for a vampire hunter). She's a single mom who hasn't had a man in her life in a long time.
Lorcan is a handsome vamp who's been healed from 'the taint' which cause him to kill Eva and 11 other members of the community and he's guilt ridden although still VERY sexy. <g>
Eva has the rare ability to communicate with animals and because of this there are some bad vamps after her. Lorcan has sworn to protect her while everyone (Patrick and Jessica from the last book included) tries to figure out what's going on.
I loved this story! It's hilarious, hip and touching too. Wonderful characters, wonderful story and highly recommended!
**** Fun and suspense mix well in this latest entry in the rising paranormal mom-lit-romance blend genre. Broken Heart is an interesting place to visit; the way Ms. Beardsley has imagined building a society for vampires and lycanthropes is intriguingly inventive. I hope that there are many more stories there to tell. ****
Jess and Patrick are in this book too a little as well. I honestly liked Eva's character way more than I liked Jessica. Jess wasn't nearly as annoying in this book though. Eva is/was the librarian when she was killed by Lorcan. She is a bookworm and dressed the part before she died. Things change. Her daughter Tamara is fun too in a goth like way. :) Eva's got a gift and animals are drawn to her and she can kinda speak telepathically to them IF they can shift into a human form or were humans at one point. She can also make them do her bidding. Which is cool but she doesnt like doing that unless she has to. She's still the sweet and funny librarian but can be a little kick ass too in her way.
Lorcan still blames himself for what he's done to people. One some level he should but then again it wasn't necessarily his fault he was infected by The Taint. He is a bit of a downer in the book through most of it. Its really sweet and cute that he's protective of Eva. I will tell you he's got a way with words. I mean he's a writer of many books. He's a romantic I think too. At first he fights his attraction but as he knows her and tries to protect her he can't help himself. I think Eva and Lorcan had chemistry...maybe not as intense as Patrick and Jess were at first but its still there. I think it will only get better as Lorcan can find a way to forgive himself.
Lots of exciting and interesting twists in this book. I wont give everything away but I am a bit miffed that poor Johnny....I just can't say it! Why? Why did ya do that Michele?Read more ›
Eva LeRoy is the town librarian and another single parent that has been turned vampire in the town of Broken Heart, OK. Not much has changed with her lifestyle, even her teenage daughter seems to be okay with her mother's new lifestyle.
Eva is trying her best to keep a positive outlook on things, at least her stretch marks and crows feet have suddenly disappeared. The only downfall is she has to sleep in the basement of her home, that doubles as the town library.
Eva isn't even upset that Lorcan O'Halloran has turned her into a vamp, she understands that he was sick from the virus, but Lorcan is having a difficult time forgiving himself as he mopes around town.
What did I think of the book?
Another funny and romantic story by Bardsley. She hooked me in when I read her first book, and now I'm addicted. I can't wait to read the rest of the series, to see how all the single parents in Broken Heart are coping with becoming a vampire. I promise this is a series you must start!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The premise of this vampire book is intriguing, but drags in places. The heroine, Eva, is fairly well developed and her relationship with her human teenage daughter is real. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rexanna Ipock-Brown
I am really enjoying this series. Even if it is hitting a bit in my checking account.Published 6 months ago by Annamarie Potalivo Cohen
The vampires are quite different from other author's concept of them. It is a well-developed paranormal universe with great characters. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DR
I bought this book as a trial and I liked it so much I bought the entire series. If you are looking for some light, humorous and entertaining stories, you can't go wrong with this.Published 13 months ago by Tina
I remember the first book being good. I thought I had found another series along the lines of Mary Janice Davidson or Kerryln Sparkd. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Candy
I liked the story but it is starting to feel like a cookie cutter story. Boy falls for girl, girl is soulmate, girl has an issue with being in love or being the soulmate, girl gets... Read morePublished 18 months ago by TigerDragon
Literally read this book in 2 hours. The Gaelic writing is so beautiful. I adore the Irish culture and it feels so real in this novel. But most of all I loved the vocabulary. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sydnie white
This is a good follow up to the first book. I liked the first book a little better only because the love story in this one didn't flow quite as naturally, but this story is still... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Shelley Reif