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Actually not that bad
on August 28, 2013
Josie works at the bridal shop and her lifelong dream is to date a vampire. What a coincidence, her mailman has an invitation to a vampire party and he gives it to her. How nice of him, right? At the party she meets Gregory, a handsome, tall billionaire. After the party she meets handsome, obnoxious smoker. They both want to date her. Which one will she choose. Which one will turn out to be a psycho killer?
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.