"a very entertaining paranormal"
Count Victor Vyrdelek, a centuries old master vampire,
upstart and new vampire, Tiffany Golden, to try and explain
traditions. However, Tiffany is only worried about getting
Felix O'Neill, her married lover. Victor tries to forget
Ms. Golden, but he has little luck and lures her to his
Meanwhile, Victor's friend, Constantin Lupinski, an alpha
plays host to an animal rights activist, Ingrid Foha, in
stopping hunters with silver bullets. Tiffany and Ingrid
for their men and create much change and havoc.
I'M A VAMPIRE AND I COUNT is a very entertaining
romance with many humorous scenes. Ms. Rose takes political
to hilarious extremes with her sequel to I'M A VAMPIRE AND
I VOTE. An
example is, when Igrid tries to change the werewolves into
If you are looking for an enjoyable, laugh-out-loud read,
give I'M A
VAMPIRE AND I COUNT a try.
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted September 25, 2007
Having lured a president into her bed in the Fictionwise humor-best seller “I’m Undead and I Vote,” Tiffany Golden will now be lured in turn to a vampire master’s castle. (Except that she insists on saying he invited her there, because “lured” is such a stereotype). There, she will find a vegetarian were-Maltese and her alpha werewolf mate, a vampire bride determined to become a licensed Realtor and, oh yes, the prospect of (literally) everlasting love. In honor of our (also literally) animal activist, my royalties for this book will be donated to the Friends of Homeless Animals rescue organization.