Undead and vegan? Not the afterlife this girl had planned.
Waking up thin is one thing. But waking up gaunt, hangry, and undead makes for a very bad day. Mallory's killer better hide, because she's just discovered blood, meat, and dairy don't agree with her, and a future with no cheese is grim indeed. She's out to find her killer...and maybe a vegan cheese that doesn't melt her nose hairs.
Click to see how Mallory conquers a killer hunger while hunting a deadly vampire.
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A new way of deciding what’s most important
a funny but insightful vamp adventure series.
becoming a vegan vamp, unable to eat blood, and adapting to the new happy - looking beyond the things she spent so much of her previous life fighting for, and focusing on the happy, and also helping others adapt.
a fun twist that accepts and embraces the tragic, and uses it brilliantly.
Fun reading Enjoyable and laughed some
Different Kind of Vampire
Excellent! You have a staid 39 year old professional who gets turned into a vampire. Mallory knows something is wrong with her but a trip to a doctor who is working gets her information she would probably rather not had. Mr. Clean, aka Anton, gives her a card with info to use in case of an emergency. Does dieing count as as an emergency, lol! She is starving to death but knows she can drink water. Alex responds to her phone call and the fun begins. Alex is a wizard/enforcer and a bit more. He has to drive because he has problem of control and being a passenger in a car. Alex gets Mallory in the system and takes her to meet Wembley. Interesting character and vampire. The mystery is in play as people are being killed and it looks like Mallory could be next. Mallory gets introduced to Cornelius Leman, CEO of the Society. Given a job with Alex to find the rat, Mallory's name for the vamp who turned her. She get her own living sword from Wembley. This book is well written, funny and very interesting! How many vegan vampires are there? I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did! I read the preview for the next book and look forward to reading it as well.