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The Vampire Relationship Guide, Volume 1: Meeting and Mating Paperback – March 31, 2011
About the Author
"Hi, my name's Evelyn. I write about stuff with fangs." Evelyn Lafont is a keyboard hussy: a full-time freelance writer and author. She lives in Florida with three cats and a totally alpha hubby whose obsession with getting Hugh Jackman's arms has earned him the nickname, "Wolverine." She seems to think that being married to a much, much older man qualifies her as an expert on vampire romance. Her love of everything zombie and dystopian often pulls her away from the paranormal romance genre into some kind of weird sci-fi, horror, erotica mélange ... but then her hubby's defined biceps drive her right into the arms of werewolf erotica. Visit http://www.evelynlafont.com to subscribe to her newsletter, get free stuff, find out about upcoming releases and read her many real-life tales of mishappery and wonder.
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The book is actually not that bad as I tought it would be. It has its funny moments. I don't regret downloading it, but I'm not interested in second and third part.
Josie, the protagonist, is little bit naive, and let's face it, gullible. In a world where vampires are part of society not knowing bacic things about them seems just stupid to me. Also using swear words was a little out of place for me. I mean, I don't mind them at all in books or in the movies, but in this particular situation it just seemed like the author took some swear words and threw them into the text at random.
In a nutshell, you can check the book out, have some nice time with it, but if you don't your world won't fall down in pieces.
The main character, Josie, is a little goofy and at times I wanted her to stop saying such stupid things but most of the time she didn't bother me. Walker kind of annoyed me with his mood shifts but I suppose given his reasoning it makes sense.
I like how it's not just focused on the relationships like the name suggests it will be but there is some actual depth to the characters. There was a great mix of humor involved and some rather witty comments that had me laughing. The writing style is fairly easy going and has a kind of informal relaxed feel, if that makes any sense. (Think Sookie Stackhouse type informality). It is a pretty short and fast paced read but it didn't feel over worked or rushed, and I'm actually pretty curious about the second one.
She's a great writer, with an intelligent style and a wonderful sense of her characters. LOVED, LOVED, LOVED IT!!!!!!