Cherry Stem : Vampire Cherry

  • by Sotia Lazu
  • Narrated by Wendy Tremont King
  • Series: Vampire Cherry
  • 8 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Turned at the cusp of a promising career in the adult movie industry, Cherry Stem has to rely on her mesmerizing vampire gaze for her meals and money. With the rent deadline approaching, settling for pocket change isn't an option, so she reluctantly lets tall, dark, and handsome Detective Alex Marsden take her home for the night and fulfill her needs.
Only she gets more than she bargained for.
When Cherry meets Alex, she expects him to be nothing more than another "girl meets boy, girl feeds from boy, girl erases boy's memories" hook-up. Once missing young women, the vampire council, and her irresistible ex are thrown into the mix though, she realizes nothing is as simple or random as she thought it was.
And her unlife isn't the only thing at stake.

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a light hearted vampire romance

Cherry Stem is the first book by Greek author Sotia Lazu in her Vampire Cherry series.

Cherry was turned into a vampire just before she could become famous in the adult film industry. Still in her mid-twenties, she's really just your average girl who needs to pay rent and get through the nights. Told in first person narrative from Cherry's point of view, following her inner monologues was priceless. "My mom always told me not to play with my food … She never told me not to let my food play with me." Cherry is a vampire with self-doubt, normal "human" issues and quirky humor, which I really appreciated. She is just adorable.

Detective Alex Marsden is a real alpha male with a lovely emotional side to him, "I sound like a chick". He was only meant to be Cherry's hook-up and meal for the night, but they end up investigating the strange disappearance of several young women. At the same time, they are trying to fight their growing feelings for each other. In need of some vampire help to aid their investigation, Cherry is forced to consult with her ex-boyfriend Constantine, who is an ancient vampire and still very much in love with Cherry.

This was my first ever (audio) book about vampires, and I truly loved it. In fact, I could not stop listening and finished it in one setting in a single day.

Cherry Stem is a light hearted vampire romance with some steamy sex scenes as well as good old-fashioned vampire fighting and conniving. The chemistry and attraction between Cherry and Alex were palpable.

The narration by Wendy Tremont King was exceptional. I actually checked out what other audio books she narrates, as I definitely want to hear more of her.

Her pacing and intonation were great. It really felt as if she was telling you her story there and then. She sounded completely natural and managed to express the emotions perfectly. All the voices were clear and distinct. She truly made all the characters come to life. I have rarely listened to a female narrator who pulls off sexy male voices quite this convincingly. There were no issues with the production quality.

Huge recommendation for anybody interested in paranormal romance / vampire fantasy.

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Great read.

What made the experience of listening to Cherry Stem the most enjoyable?

"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com" I really enjoyed this book. It was fast pace, interesting. Had a great storyline with twist. I would recommend this book/series. I look forward to the 2nd book


Who was your favorite character and why?

Alex. He was brave and accepting to a new world


Have you listened to any of Wendy Tremont King’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No. But she is a great narrator.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

This book was funny especially the interaction with Constantine.


Any additional comments?

can't wait to start the next book

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-17-2015
  • Publisher: Acelette Press