Stakes, kilts and holy water—Andrew Meyer is in for the time of his life!
Radney’s tired of being the coven oddball. He had his reasons for being the way he was, and he let those reasons rule his life for centuries. Another mistake—almost harming a human he’d been sent to keep an eye on—has sent Radney on a mission of self-improvement. He’s going to conquer his issues and be the best damned vamp ever!
Andrew Meyers has the term paper from hell to write. It needs to be original and intriguing. What could be more so than people with a vampire fetish?
But when that fetish turns out to be one he has, for a very sexy, kilt-wearing, neurotic vampire, the tables are turned. Andrew isn’t prepared to find out that vampires are real, but he learns it anyway. With help from his twin brother, Erin, he just might be able to find a happy ending—or an ecstatic beginning—for him and his hot as hell red-headed vamp. If he’s careful, and patient, he might even find the vamp for him.
If you like Crackfic (which I do) you’re gonna love this book. What I consider Crackfic is a story which takes a ridiculous premise as its starting point. Technically it may or may not be humorous but the Crackfic stories I enjoy the most are most definitely funny. And this one made me laugh several times out loud.
Radney is a special kind of vampire. He’s gullible, doesn’t know what’s going on half the time, and considers himself the Bat God (I’m not going to explain what that is because you seriously have to experience it with him when he names himself that). Feeling wronged by his coven leader, he sets out to prove he’s not against homosexuals by having sex with a man. Finding Andrew on a vampire dating site intrigues him in a way he can’t quite fathom.
Take one neurotic vampire add one human twin who is interested more than he wishes to be, a bunch of vampire hunters equipped with stakes and holy water, a powerful coven leader, and the extra twin and you have one fun, rollicking book I couldn’t put down.
The reason I marked it 4 stars rather than 5 is that I thought the sex scenes were lackluster.
However, now I want to know – what’s going on between Claude and Abernathy? Is someone going to please drain Augustine? And just who does the author have in store for Erin?