Sarah’s blind date was going from bad to worse – it turns out he is a vampire and to top it off he bites her. Before she can get used to her situation she finds herself being chased by vampire hunters who refuse to believe she is not evil incarnate. Things start to look up however when she meets sexy Thierry de Bennicour who happens to be 600 years old and looking mighty fine with it!
This book was humorous and enjoyable with the plot being simple and easy to follow but did lack a bit of substance, I do not feel that very much happened. The romance aspect of the story was very minimal and definitely took a back seat to the humour, even the ending seemed a bit rushed.
Our heroine Sarah did annoy me at times with how stupid she seemed to be – no common sense, although as the story developed she did grow a set as it were! Thierry is the strong silent type which is all well and good but really he was a very minor character in this book after the first few pages – too silent and uninvolved!
I enjoyed it while reading, but after finishing it I struggled to remember exactly what happened in any great detail, probably because there is no great detail in the book. If you are looking for a light-hearted read, which will not twist your brain into knots trying to work out what is going on, this book is for you.