Friday, May 2, 2014

Don't Blackmail the Vampire by Tiffany Allee

Don't Blackmail the Vampire by Tiffany Allee is a fun light story about vampires. I know fun and light are not usually associated with vampire. However, it's not one of those stories that is dark. Come on the story takes place on a ski trip.

Honestly, I thought Don't Blackmail the Vampire was fun, because you have Rachel whose soul intent is to breakup her sister and her fiancé. However, she doesn't know how, but when she catches Charles feeding on a girl she figure she could blackmail him to help her. Come on who blackmails a vampire? I mean the guy could have killed her once she knew what he was, but he went along for the ride. Granted he had his own agenda, and he figure they could help one another out.

I adore Rachel, because she's describe as a subtle beauty that's a bit of a nerd. There's nothing wrong with being a nerd. I love Rachel's description of Charles:
"He wasn't dark and scary and broody; he was sexy and funny and kind."
See I'm not the only one with the idea that vampires are suppose to be dark and broody. Another description of Charles:
"The vampire with a soul, with a heart, go figure. Charles might seem shallow to the casual observer--with his lighthearted attitude and playboy smile--but he wasn't. He had the ability to care deeply. Earnestly."
Which is the whole reason he went to Colorado. Actually the two of them were adorable together, especially when they worked together.

Overall, I was entertained by Don't Blackmail the Vampire. I can't wait to meet the other brother, but I get the feeling he's not as fun as Charles and saying Noah is fun is pushing it a little. So, if you are looking for a caring vampire that cares deeply, Charles might be your vampire in Don't Blackmail the Vampire.

*Side note: I would recommend reading Don't Bite the Bridesmaid first. Just a recommendation not a requirement.

Favorite Quote:
'She sniffed, then leaning close with her hands on her hips, she sniffed him. "You smell like glitter.""Glitter doesn't have a scent -- not that your weak human nose can detect, anyway. And it wasn't that kind of place."' 
Copy provided by the publisher


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