Review–An American Vampire
He's the good kind of vampire...sort of.
Buried in the Heartland is a town that no one enters or leaves. Graf McDonald somehow becomes its first visitor in more than five years…and he was only looking for a good party. Unfortunately, Penance, Ohio, is not that place. And after having been isolated for so long, they do not like strangers at all.
Jessa’s the only one to even remotely trust him, and she’s desperate for the kind of protection that only a vampire like Graf can provide. Supplies are low, the locals are ornery for a sacrifice and there’s a monster more powerful than Graf lurking in the woods. New men are hard to come by in this lonesome town, and this handsome stranger might be Jessa’s only hope for salvation.
Even if she has to die first…
This was definitely a great book. It was a dark, eerie tale that was interlaced with a dark humor.
Think of it as Janet Evanovich meets Twilight Zone. I absolutely loved it.
First off, you have the hunky egotistical vampire (and no he doesn’t sparkle! Huzzah for that!). Mix in a small town that no one can escape from. And top it off with a spunky woman with a hidden past that she can’t hide from.
Right there, you have the recipe for a great evening. It was a very quick read that was well worth it.
So brew yourself a nice cup of tea, grab a nice blanket, and snuggle into your reading chair. You are going to be in for a great treat. You won’t want to put this book down.
American Vampire (9780778328780): Jennifer Armintrout: Books
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