Friday, April 14, 2017

Review: Vampire Dead-tective by Mac Flynn

Liz's world is turned upside down when her roommate is murdered.  It turns out he had a big secret.  He left a ring and when she puts it on, she is bound to a vampire, Vincent.  Cops and werewolves are after her and she has to figure out all that is happening.

So, I enjoyed the book, but Liz was so annoying with her whining and stubbornness.  There were times I wanted to shake her and say you are going to get yourself killed - stupid.

That said, Vincent is a jerk too - who really wasn't explaining anything to her and just expecting her to come along with him.

A lot needs to be sorted out between the two of them before I will like either one.


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