Title: A Girl's Guide to Vampires
Author: Katie MacAlister
Format: Print copy borrowed from library
Joy Randall's Top 5 Tips for Vampire Hunters: Location, location, location. Vampires won't be caught dead (ha!) in places like
Ok, so I finished this book in the weeeee hours of the night, half asleep, but I just had to get to the end.
At first I was kind of iffy, I wasn't sure this was the book for me. Sure, the main character, Joy, had a lot of snarky one liners that I just love. But there seemed to be a lot of confusion. One moment Joy suspects person A is a Dark One (vampire, if you will) the next moment she suspects someone else, and so on and so forth. There were a few times I suspected several different and multiple people. One of my first instincts was right. But being inside her mind... well, it just kind of felt like it was all over the place.
But why did I like this book? Raphael St John. Yummy. He made me wish this book had pictures, for oh so many reasons. Ladies, I'm sure you understand :) But even aside from that, he's an alpha male. Gotta love that!! A tattooed European alpha male. He's cool, calm, collected. He's strong and he's got a secret.
I'm going to read the second book, I'll even go so far to reserve it at the library. I just checked, and as it turns out it is about... oh, you almost got me there. I can't tell you!! That may (or may not?!?) spoil this book?