Review: Big Vamp on Campus by Molly Harper

Posted July 18, 2016 by Katrina @ Bookish Things in Book Review / 0 Comments

Review: Big Vamp on Campus by Molly HarperBig Vamp on Campus (Half-Moon Hollow, #5.5) by Molly Harper
Series: Half-Moon Hollow
Published by Pocket Star on June 6th 2016
Pages: 120
Format: Audiobook
Source: Own
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Also in this series: The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires, Driving Mr. Dead
Also by this author: Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs, Nice Girls Don't Date Dead Men

In Molly Harper’s newest paranormal romantic comedy set in her beloved Half Moon Hollow, a vampire princess must learn how to navigate life as a college student—including living with her messy, annoying, frustrating new roommate.
Ophelia Lambert, four-hundred-year-old vampire princessand college freshman, suddenly finds herself domesticated by humans and forced to suffer the indignities of dorm rooms, communal bathrooms, and a roommate with sticky fingers.
As one of the hundreds of undead venturing into post-secondary education, Ophelia has a lot more to learn that just “undead studies”—she has to learn to get along with her fellow vampire classmates and worst of all, her human ones, along with getting back into the good graces of the World Council for the Equal Treatment of the Undead.
Can this once all-powerful vampire princess balance classes and campus life with romance, human- and vampire relations, and not sinking her teeth into her annoying roommate? With her “distinct, captivating style,” (RT Book Reviews) Molly Harper demonstrates that she is one of the best voices in paranormal romance.


I’ve been looking forward to this book for ages.  It’s no secret that I’m not a huge fan of Ophelia, but this book is hilarious.
It’s a novella to set up the next book, which I’m also excited for. But this one covers Ophelia going to college and living in the dorms as a part of her punishment.  Her revenge tactics with her roommate will have you laughing. She also manages to be humorous about it, which makes it so much funnier.
We also see how she interacts with Jamie now that she can see him a lot, well sort of. And how she interacts with the humans on campus. We all know how crabby she can be.  But I love seeing how she grows some in this story.  And she has more time to not worry about council politics.
I can’t wait for the next book.  I need it ASAP.

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I'm a mom of two and love to read, listen to music, and rock out at concerts. Sometimes you can find me reading, or writing, in between sets at concerts. I read many genres, and have a TBR mountain.

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