Getting Bloody Witchy...
Hi Reading Ninjas, how are your TBR piles? If you're like me I'm sure they're outpacing your reading and with xmas coming up, are about to get even bigger... Therefore I want you all to add another to the list.
MY BIG FAT BLOODSUCKER WEDDING. by Bella Jacobs
Now I'm unsure where or how I found this one, you know how it is, sooo many book recommendations pass your way, you're never sure where you heard about a book, or even when you purchased it - and that's this one.
But I'm telling you, I'm really glad this book popped up on my kindle TBR, it's a little gem. Blaire and Darcy are frenemies, who hate each other, except for those times when they don't. They drive each other crazy, they want to stake each other... except for when they drive each other crazy and they want to jump each other. This witch and vampire put their grouchy, cantankerous heads together in an effort to stop their siblings from marrying in order to save their town via an ancient prophecy/spell. The whole book they're butting heads and a few other body parts as well. The push/pull is cute and you're just dying for them to get their shit together and seal the deal. They're funny, sassy, cranky and warring to the very end.
But I must say, for me, the stand-out character in the book is Kitty the house Kracken. Don't ask me why, because I couldn't explain it to you even if I tried - there's just something about this misunderstood girl that made me smile and laugh and hope for her own story. If you want to learn more about Kitty, you will just have to read and experience her charm yourself.
This book is cute and quick and kind of has a cosy mystery feel to a supernatural romance. If you're looking for a light fun read, grab yourself a copy and spend a fun afternoon with this cranky couple.
It’s all fun and games…until you stake your sister’s fiancé.
Okay, fine! I’m not really going to stake Colin or his brother, the insufferable, bossy-fanged Darcy Blackmore. At least not as long as I can find another way to stop our siblings from getting hitched.
My sister, Annie, won’t admit it, but she doesn’t love Colin. She’s sacrificing herself so we can stay in Nightfall, New Hampshire, and renew the magical shield keeping the paranormal creatures here, including witches like us, safe from human discovery.
I have ten days to find another way—aside from a bloodsucker wedding—to secure our legacy and not a lead in sight. So, imagine my surprise when the wretched, though admittedly smoking hot, Darcy comes to the rescue.
We pretend to be hot for each other, trick Annie and Colin into confessing they don’t really want to tie the knot, and sort out how to save the town once the wedding bells are silenced—permanently.
It’s not a bad plan. In theory.
If only Darcy wasn’t every bit as delicious as he is obnoxious. If only he’d kept his secret sweet side under wraps and kissing him wasn’t the most amazing thing to happen to my lips in my entire life. If only this fake love had stayed fake, instead of creeping into my heart on stealthy little vampire feet.