Posted by: reneewildes1 | June 16, 2012

Review: Single White Vampire

Single White Vampire
Single White Vampire by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A bestselling author of paranormal romances who’s a reclusive male vampire? A driven female editor who’s about to be unemployed if she doesn’t get Mr. Reclusive on some kind of in-person promotional gig. Lucern can’t believe when his family – mostly his MOTHER – takes Kate’s side. In desperation, he agrees to something called RT. He looked it up. Romantic Times. One interview with a magazine, and everyone goes away happy. Especially him. Kate goes away happy and still gainfully employed, and he can return to his quiet life.

Except RT stands for the weeklong CONVENTION – surrounded by thousands of inebriated Meals-on-Wheels.
And so the mayhem begins…

This was a comic romp of Cary Grant proportions. Everything that COULD go wrong, does. As a writer who’s never been to RT, I had to read this book. It was fun, fluffy, and I laughed out loud. The author did such a great job that even the absurd had a certain twisted logic that you bought into wholeheartedly just to see what would happen. Tons of fun!

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