In Molly Harper’s witty new paranormal romance, a rare-book expert is delivering a package to Half Moon Hollow when her plane goes down, and a sexy vampire comes to her rescue. He’s clearly got ulterior motives, but does he want to date her…or devour her?
Delivering a rare book to a valued customer is definitely part of mild-mannered archivist Anna Whitfield’s job description. You know what isn’t? Protecting her precious cargo from mid-flight theft by the very pilot who is flying her to Half-Moon Hollow…while trying to appear as unappetizing as possible to the only other passenger, a vampire. Undead bookstore owner Jane Jameson could be waiting a very long time for her book. Possibly forever.
Fortunately, Anna’s dashing fanged companion Finn Palmeroy helps her fend off the attack, but not before their plane crash lands in the forest hundreds of miles from civilization. Great, now she’s stranded with a priceless tome and a rakish vampire whose bedtime is fast approaching. Why does everyone want this book so badly, anyway? Anna just wants to get it to Jane before Finn decides to turn her into dinner—or sweep her off her feet. Okay, the second option is really tempting. But they’re not out of the woods yet…
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elatable and fresh with odd ball antic
Quirky and outlandish, Where the Wild Things Bite was a welcome respite from my normal reading material.
Anna has deliver a book, how hard could that be. When your plane crash lands into enemy territory it might be harder than you think. No food, no water and a sexy dream of a vampire makes for some exciting reading.
Social awkward, Anna is relatable and fresh with odd ball antic, punctuated with a hot, hunky vampire make this a fun, paranormal romance that just hit the spot.
I received this ARC copy of Where the Wild Things Bite from Pocket Books in exchange for a honest review.
Vampires in the Wild
This was an amazing read and listen. It's my first book by this author and I didn't have any trouble following it so you don't have to read them in order. I would like to know more about Jane though because she seems like a hoot! I just loved the characters. The narrator for the audiobook is wonderful. I wasn't sure about her voice at first but it didn't take long to know she was excellent. She can do any voice and accent. I was especially laughing about how perfect the back woods accent was, not in a making fun way but in its real because I live in the country and mountains of western NC and we sound kind of like this. So everything seemed so real listening to it. The hero was just like described in one part, an overgrown toddler. Lol but the heroine was able to really keep him in line and didn't take any crap. I can't wait to read more of this series!