Dead end dating series book 6
A vivacious vampire with a flair for accessorizing, Lil Marchette is unlike most of her kind.In need of a steady paycheck to support a compulsive cosmetics habit, Lil starts Dead End Dating (DED), a Manhattan-based matchmaking service that helps smart, sophisticated singles like herself find eternity mates–and may even help her stake a claim to her very own Count Right!But as a made vampire, Ty can’t procreate–and Lil will settle for nothing less. 'Nuff said."My favorite color is pink.""I've also been known to cry during the Master Card commercials."..."but I'm a sucker (no pun intended) for an impressive interview ensemble - DKNY miniature jacket, boot-cut Gucci corduroys, Kenneth Cole boots, and the pièce de résistance - a rhinestone belt to die for. So her staying vain, shallow, selfish, and ditzy made more sense. But I'm sure this would be a fun cute read for a lot of people. I think the thing that really turned me off to this book is that fact that the narrator was not the kind of person (or Vamp) I like spending time with and since she's the voice of the story.Luckily, between “vampifying” Francis and helping Ty solve his murder mystery, Lil has no time for silly romantic entanglements . I really don't follow clothes and fashions and so the constant interjections about what people were wearing started to get really old, really quick.We never really learn anything about the why of the matter.
Plus, it was hard to root for her to get the guy when I really didn't like her, and dreaded the thought of hearing their interactions in her voice. There was a whole who-done-it thing going on as well, but I prefer my mysteries solvable.
Vampires are matched based on this orgasm rate for female, and fertility rating for the male. Both groups are snobby toward each other and rarely interact.
I have seen comparisons in other reviews between this one and Mary Janice Davidsons' Undead series, but I digress.
Pleasantly, this book was very different, focusing basically only on vamp-vamp relations, involving humans to a lesser degree, and injected so many unusual and new twists to vampirism that it was almost like readi I was a bit reluctant to start on this endeavor, for the back cover description sounded a bit too cutesy for me.
Pleasantly, this book was very different, focusing basically only on vamp-vamp relations, involving humans to a lesser degree, and injected so many unusual and new twists to vampirism that it was almost like reading about a new race entirely.
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Overall not awful, but I don't know that I'll read another one in this Kimberly Raye series. I was a bit reluctant to start on this endeavor, for the back cover description sounded a bit too cutesy for me.