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Vampire Vintage Paperback – December 24, 2016
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About the Author
Ashlyn Chase describes herself as an Almond Joy bar. A little nutty, a little flaky, but basically sweet, wanting only to give her readers a satisfying experience. She holds a degree in behavioral sciences, worked as a psychiatric RN for 15 years and spent a few more years working for the American Red Cross. Most authors, whether they know it or not, have a theme—something that unifies their whole booklist. Ashlyn’s identified theme has to do with characters who reinvent themselves. After all, she has reinvented herself many times. She is a multi-published, award-winning author of humorous erotic and mainstream paranormal romances, represented by the Seymour Agency. She lives in beautiful New Hampshire with her true-life hero husband who looks like Hugh Jackman with a salt and pepper dye job, and they’re owned by a spoiled brat cat.
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The opening of the book is a total attention grabber: a bunch of drunken middle-aged ladies romping naked in Central Park to help Maura summon the vampire lover she dreams of.
After the starry skyclad ritual, Maura sets off on a package tour of vampire country in Romania, partly to stock up on goth clothing for her boutique, partly in the hope of meeting the vampire lover she may or may not have succeeded in summoning--little knowing that Adrian's already heard the call and joined her package tour.
A rollicking chick-lit yarn with lots of fun both in and out of bed. The silver angel and red devil that perch on Maura's shoulders and represent the two sides of her conscience are cute (up to a point), but most of the humour in this book comes from Adrian's family home in the Carpathians, made over as a tourist attraction featuring his mom and dad camping it up as vampires.
Nicely paced and delightfully funny erotica with just two slight blips: the stereotyped description of Maura's Irish family with their fake `top o' the mornings', and Maura's chameleon hair, switching alarmingly from red to strawberry blonde to red again.