"Jane makes Betsy look bland, old and worn out."
Travelling around the world with your boyfriend should be
the most amazing thing ever. For Jane Jameson it is turning
out to be a nightmare. Anonymous notes await Gabriel at each
hotel and he has yet to tell her exactly what is going on.
Her excuse to leave comes to the rescue in Brussels and she
goes back home not knowing if she she now single or not.
So the librarian and bookstore owner vampire settles back
into life in Half Moon Hollow. Her days are busy with work,
family, friends and the rather strange Chamber of Commerce.
So when Jane also starts getting letters which are a lot
more hostile than the ones Gabriel was getting, she decides
to arm herself. This may not be one of the better ideas Jane
has had but Gabriel isn't around to protect anymore and she
could be alone for the rest of her immortal life.
Are we only three books into this series? I feel like I have
known Jane forever! This series is like reading a very long
letter from a good friend. Enjoyable isn't the right word to
describe how much I loved this new installment in the 'Nice
Girls...' series. A long work day was forgotten when I
picked up this book. The stress of the day disappeared as I
giggled at the ongoing tale of Jane, her family and her friends.
Again, in this third book, I was impressed by the short
quotes at the beginning of each chapter. A trademark in this
series that I find amusing and clever. 'Love Bites : A
Female Vampire's Guide To Less Destructive Relationships'
guided me through this fun packed and well written read.
Original and different this chick-lit like series is one of
my favourites right now and a definite must buy. Jane makes
Betsy (Undead Series) look bland, old and worn out. I only
hope that there are more books about Jane's misadventures to
come. I can't wait to catch up with my gal pal vamp Jane
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted March 24, 2010