Being an undead princess comes with baggage. And unfortunately, it’s not Prada.
Getting shredded in the Daily Fang, The Bloody Times, and The National Dhampir is par for the course in the life of a royal Vampyre - especially mine. However, that’s nothing compared to the shitshow unfolding in my life.
My nightmares are coming true.
Satan is throwing fits about changing diapers.
The Baby Demons are full of cryptic messages.
Martha and Jane have a sphincter obsession.
There’s a half-naked Demon in my closet with a mouth as foul as mine.
On top of all that, we’re hosting Demon-hating royal houseguests.
Oh, and did I mention the Vampyre-eating Zombies on the West Coast?
With Ethan by my side, along with new friends and a few well-hidden enemies, it’s time to adjust my crown, put a few Vampyres in their place, and kick some Zombie butt.
Life is still good.
I have unconditional love.
And on most days, when I’m not covered in Zombie guts, I’m wildly fashionable.
Fashionably dead, that is, and loving it.
Love Astrid and the undead/ paranormal crew! Entertaining story with all of the major characters stopping by and a surprise. Lots of laughs and a few sensual scenes. Great story and the narrator did a fantastic job with providing unique voices for each character and appropriate tone inflections for each scene.
Mischief, Fun and Lots of Surprises
I’ve always loved Astrid and her family. It was so nice to go on this journey with them as they fought zombies and tried to figure out who’s trying to make a play for power. While all this mayhem is happening Uncle Satan is trying to adjust to his new daddy duties. Hahaha. Needless to say there were lots of surprises.
Their new adventure had me laughing, swooning and feeling all kinds of emotions for them. I loved the introduction of Levi and Anastasia. They are wonderful characters. I hope to see more of them in future books.
I would definitely recommend giving this one a try.