Series: Jane Jameson
Published by Pocket Star Books on 8/25/2009
Genres: Paranormal, Romance
Length: 10 hours and 13 minutes
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Also in this series: Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs, Nice Girls Don't Live Forever
Also by this author: Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs, Nice Girls Don't Live Forever
Following Nice Girls Dont Have Fangs, the second in a hilarious, smart, sexy romantic series about an out-of-work librarian who is turned into a vampire.
With her best friend Zebs Titanic-themed wedding looming ahead, new vampire Jane Jameson struggles to develop her budding relationship with her enigmatic sire, Gabriel. It seems unfair that shes expected to master undead dating while dealing with a groom heading for a nuptial nervous breakdown, his hostile werewolf in-laws, and the ugliest bridesmaid dress in the history of marriage.
Meanwhile, the passing of Janes future step-grandpa puts Grandma Ruthie back on the market. Her new fiance;, Wilbur, has his own history of suspiciously dead spouses, and he may or may not have died ten years ago. Half-Moon Hollows own Black Widow has finally met her match.
Should Jane warn her grandmother of Wilburs marital habits or let things run their course? Will Jane always be an undead bridesmaid, never the undead bride?
Combining Mary Janice Davidsons sass and the charm of Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse novels, this is an incredibly satisfying read for fans of paranormal romantic comedy.
I am a big fan of the folks in Half Moon Hollow. Jane is a great character. She’s funny and doesn’t stand down when others are complete jerks to her.
In this book Jane shows just what a great friend she is when she’s forced to wear a hideous bridesmaid dress. It may not seem like anything huge, but ugly dresses are awful! She is constantly berated by her Grandma Ruthie. That is one woman that can grate on your nerves. She’s so single-minded, and paints herself as a victim when it comes to dealing with Jane.
The shenanigans that Zeb’s in-laws pull are hilarious and mortifying. I think they forget that he’s human sometimes, or do it because they know he is. I also like that Harper shows that relationships are work regardless of if you are living or undead. She is constantly having to struggle when it comes to her relationship, and that made it very real to me.
I love these books, and want more of Jane Jameson.