Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Audiobook Review: The Single Undead Moms Club by Molly Harper

First off, I did like this story, but I didn't like the feeling there might be a love-triangle situation. It does have that kind of vibe. We have Libby Stratton who decides to be turn, because she wants more time with her son, Danny. Through this whole process she's not sure if she's doing the right thing, but her days were number thanks to cancer. She does stumble through her life as a newly emerge vampire mom. It's not always easy being a mom, but add vampire it changes all things.

Like I said this kind has a love-triangle vibe. We have Wade a single dad, that's a tattoo red-neck. Him Libby have a bumpy start. I mean it all starts in janitorial closet, and they get word wars. That have an instant dislike, but that's partly Wade's fault. Then we have Finn Palmeroy, who happens to be Libby's sire. He gives a skivvy vibe. Honestly, I didn't like Finn from the start, and I didn't think he was good fit for Libby. Finn tends to use situation for his advantage, and Libby is a decent person. She can't change him. However, I loved Libby and Wade. They made sense. Plus, he was so understand once they started to be friends. She tries to figure out who she needs to friend-zone in the story. It wouldn't be Half-Moon Hollow if there wasn't any danger or strange things. Yes, the dangerous part is kind of predictable, but it's still fun.

If you are looking for a fun read, you might give The Single Undead Moms Club a try. Watch Libby fumble through being a vampire while trying to avoid getting hurt in the process. Since I listened to the story, Amanda Ronconi does a fantastic job. She totally makes listen to these books a blast.

4 Stars

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