The list author says: "Some of us really like our paranormals to be lightened with humor and romance. Here are some books that will give you a laugh with that bite. They range from paranormal romance to urban fantasy and some books that don't quite fit in either category -- like my own Casa Dracula series. The fourth in the series, Haunted Honeymoon, with be released in October 2010."
"This is my first Casa Dracula novel. "Modern-day vampires, mystery, romance, and a lot of sassy humor, and you have a book you can't put down." --Contra Costa Times "Head and shoulders above the rest of the genre." --Trashionista "A fun, upbeat novel and Milagro is an incredible character." --Vampire Librarian"
"Casa Dracula Book 2. "This sexy, sardonic siren is unlike the usual romantic-suspense heroine, and unique and alluring Milagro will continue to amaze readers in Acosta's terrific new adventure." --Booklist "Milagro is one of those characters you wish was your friend. SheÂs smart, witty, funny and her life has never a dull moment." --Vampire Genre"
"Casa Dracula Book 3. "The comedy is laugh-out-loud funny in places as Milagro continues her personal journey to be 'serious and sincere' which is at such odds with her silly nature." --Love Vampires "If you only read one paranormal fantasy this season pick up The Bride of Casa Dracula, but better yet pick up the earlier books and read them in sequence." -SciFiGuy.ca"
"Tate Hallaway's newest Garnet Lacy novel and the conclusion of the series. "Honeymoon of The Dead is recommended reading for vampire fans who like their romance served with a side order of witty dialogue and supernatural hi-jinks." LoveVampires.com"
"Michelle Rowen's new Living in Eden series. "Rowen (Bitten & Smitten) throws together a demon with a checkered past, an exorcist with an agenda, and a witch with a self-help book in this funny, suspenseful, and frequently hot paranormal series launch." --Publishers Weekly"
"Love at Stake Book 1. "SparksÂ easy humor, smart pacing and defective but lovable hero made this book work. Millionaire Vampire manges to be fun and serious at the same time, all while keeping your attention focused on flipping pages." --Paperback Reader"
"Argeneau Vampires Book 1. "For Lissianna's 30th birthday, her mother brings her what she considers the perfect birthday present: a psychologist, Greg Hewitt, who can cure her fear of the sight of blood so she can feed off blood-bank bags like a civilized vampire rather than from random humans." --Publishers Weekly"
"Mostly Ghostly Book 4. Publisher's description: "When M.J. and her friends travel to a small town near Edinburgh, Scotland, to film the first installment of their new cable TV show Ghoul Getters, they find plenty of spooky action in a series of supposedly haunted caverns.""
""When Kate takes a summer job working for Tasty, the hottest young women's magazine in America, she discovers blood-spattered is not only a trend but the style favored by a nest of chic Manhattan vamps in stilettos." --Publishers Weekly"
"The first in the wildly popular Queen Betsy series. Publishers description: "Non-stop tongue-in-cheek witticisms combined with gory details, danger, mayhem and mischief galore serve to make Undead and Unwed a deadly cocktail of pure, unadulterated fun." --Curled Up With a Good Book"
"Chicagoland Vampires Book 1. "Not only does Neill introduce an indomitable and funny heroine, her secondary characters are enormously intriguing and make terrific foils. While the tone of this first-person Chicagoland Vampire series starter is generally light, there is an undercurrent of danger. Truly excellent!" --Romantic Times"