It's a lousy first day on the job for Nina Blackman. A patient, loopy from the anesthesia, bites her. At least he was cute. The next morning, Nina wakes up with a set of razor-sharp fangs, bionic vision, supersonic hearing, and a taste for blood. But there's a good explanation: It's her patient, Long Island vampire Greg Statleon. Is Nina willing to commit to one man for eternity, even if they are perfect for each other?
"Jumping from one supernatural species to another, Cassidy spins a new and hilarious tale based on another gigantic 'oops' moment." (RT Book Reviews)
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A paranormal party on my iPod!
The author kept repeating the formula of Nina and Greg getting close, immediately followed by Nina getting cold feet and stepping back. Repeat and read again. This happened several times and reminded me of the movie Groundhog Day.
Too much swearing, the middle could have been shortened and more character development would have been nice. The first book in the series had much more substance to it. This was disappointing. I don't know if it was poor writing or poor editing. I am sorry to be so critical. The first book showed wonderful potential if you could get past the cursing. I suffered through slightly less cursing in this book because I expected another clever story. The bones were there, but the execution was lacking.
I like the narrator. She did the best she could with this plot.
Oh, I hope not a series. Maybe a made for TV movie.
I will be reading book three just because I'm invested in the third female lead. Between the cursing and this poorly edited story, im disappointed.