Carys Weldon Blog
Sunday, September 10, 2006
First review of Vampirubus
Okay, this is pretty cool to me as a writer. I sent out the first pdf copies of Vampirubus on Friday--for review. Kathy, from Coffeetime and Karen Find Out About New Books snapped it out of the queue and read and reviewed it already. How awesome is that? You know that other books have been sitting in the reading queue for up to three months. Or maybe you didn't know that. Did you?
It's just great that she saw a book by me and snapped it up, and turned it around asap. Anyhow, this is what she says about it:
ISBN # 1-55410-716-4
Release date: September 15, 2006
Rating: 4 Cups
What would you do if, out of a normal work night at your job at a greasy spoon, you encountered a down right gorgeous stranger with the promise of inexhaustible sexual adventures shining in his eyes? Well, Mary Margaret Kilpatrick experienced such a night, and the next twenty-four hours would forever change her existence. For good or bad is debatable.
Stoker is that sexy stranger and sniffing out kin had brought him to this diner, and this waitress. Ascertaining that she was a typical catholic girl, he made sure she got rid of her cross, and quick, because he knew Crim would want her as he found himself wanting her. Searching for his vampire queen was the only thought on his mind. What occurred next would change all of their futures.
Maggie, Stoker, and Crim find themselves in a rare situation. Having been bit by both vampires, and having the unusual dormant DNA, Maggie finds herself to be a truly unique creature, only heard of in legends. How quickly circumstances change, Maggie thought. So much for the boring diner. And to complicate things, Labriel shows up, and the war is on.
Ms. Weldon has written a funny tale of vampire lust and demon lasciviousness. My curiosity was peaked by the title and my attention was riveted to this tale of vampire sexual proclivities, and a ménage a trios that every woman secretly wishes for, at least once. This book is perfect for those vampire lovers who like it raw and engaging. I devoured this book and loved every delicious minute.
Reviewer for Coffee Time
Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
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That sounds like a great review. :)
That's quite a compliment to get a review that quickly.
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