- File Size: 231 KB
- Print Length: 99 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Nine Naughty Novelists (May 27, 2011)
- Publication Date: May 27, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005347N30
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #453,929 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Zillionaire Vampire Cowboy's Secret Werewolf Babies Kindle Edition
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Even with the hilarious names, and the fact each chapter was written by a different author, the story wasn't all fluff. The entire book flowed well from author to author and never went beyond a level of silliness that made it painful to read. Rock and Buffi's storyline had depth and even being presented in a comedic way kept me reading to make sure they got their HEA.
If you're looking for a good story to lighten your mood and make you laugh out loud, then you need to pick up The Zillionaire Vampire Cowboy's Secret Werewolf Babies! You'll love the way these characters interact with each other. Who wouldn't want to be serenaded with KISS' "I Wanna Rock N Roll All Night" by a drunk, sexy vampire named Rock Fangsworthy?
This is a novella of non-epic proportions where basically all the authors took a turn at writing a chapter in the lives of our H/h. I'm pretty sure they hit most of the major cliches of romance writing--the strong/steely/flinty alpha male, the feisty/rebellious/tough/ heroine who finds the hero physically irresistible despite her 'never' falling for him again resolution, the millionaire nay billionaire nay ZILLIONAIRE (from what source of income it's not clear as he's never at the office) cowboy tycoon his awesome horse (Monk??!!), the BIG misunderstanding play, the secret baby (-ies in this case), the conniving unnaturally buxom female (Chastity Feelsgood--seriously), and of course Paranormal Elements. Oh, and the 'slayer' who adds the I-am-the-ninja-sneaking-around-paramilitary element as well.
Needless to say, this is a tad tongue-in-cheek. Any longer and it would have been too much, but at the 1300 or so Kindle locations (I'm pretty sure this is an e-only title) it was perfect for a very silly read.
BUT, you have to have a bit of a sense of humor as it pretty much pokes fun at many stereotypical romance book themes. I mean, they are themes because when done well they can be pretty entertaining (though I never do quite get the whole secret baby thing), however when overdone they are often ridiculous. The only thing missing was the Oil Sheik of Love. And it wasn't a regency, but you can only do so much. At least there was a Mini Cooper involved. Oh, and sooo many funny names for the important bits of anatomy. Seriously funny.
I laughed my tushy off while reading this, unfortunately I was at the gym while finishing it off so I got a few weird looks (yes I read my Kindle while on the exercise bike).
I like how there was a seamless integration of chapters written by nine different authors. And when I say seamless, that's exactly what I mean. At no time did the feel or pace of the story change with the author change. It felt as if I was reading a book authored by one person and only the author names after the chapter numbers proved otherwise.
Very well done!
"But how could she do that to her babies' daddy, the man whose love-pole had vaulted her into motherhood? The man whose seed had sprouted within her, bearing such beautiful furry fruit?"
Kudos to the Nine. This book made my week and was a welcome break from the usual smarmy paranormal romance that I'm addicted to, and grudgingly love.
It feels good when a book exceeds your expectations!
This book is written by a collective of authors known as the Nine Naughty Novelists, the authors took turns writing full chapters and I can only imagine how much fun it must have been for them to pass their work around to each other... I'd like to take a moment to share the Warning listed at the front of the book:
"Warning: The book you are about to read is a parody. Any resemblance to serious literature is accidental, unintended and should have been excised by the authors prior to this point. Readers who attempt to find a deeper meaning within these pages put themselves at risk of developing Brain Cloud, Brain Fever or, at the very least, serious confusion and existential despair. Read responsibly. Prepare to laugh."
This is like the book equivalent of a cheesy B-Movie. I got the distinct impression that the authors were deliberately attempting to pack every paranormal romance cliché into 116 pages. Mission accomplished!
All of the characters in this book are over-the-top caricatures of the folks we typically meet in Paranormal Romances, and they're perfectly crafted in their silliness and interactions. The sex in this book was equally lampooned, the authors took the time to carefully spoof the sexytimes we've come to love with awkwardness and absurd sexual euphemisms.
Yes, I loved every single stupid moment of this book, and I even gave it FIVE STARS which is rare for me... Read it. Love it. Tell me all about it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I liked this book because all different authors had a different point of view that merged very well. It was funny but old fashioned in spots. The title really caught my attention.Published 7 months ago by Lynn Perry
It is certainly a fast read but the story has a lot of cohesiveness and somehow despite this being written by a lot of novelists it does not come off as scattered. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cassandra Hernandez Ruiz
This was a comical, entertaining story about vampires and werewolves. There were many parts that really made me laugh. It's a quick read and the characters are hilarious.Published 15 months ago by NicePuppy
Loved it! Stereotypical shifter/vampire story, but fill with laughter and tongue in cheek dialog/monolog.Published 19 months ago by Stacy E. Wilson
Funny. Not serious. I'm not sure what the authors were drinking, but it must have been real good stuff. The idea of a vampire cowboy named Rock Fangsworth, is just hilarious. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
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