The Demon Mistress
Book 1, The Eva Prim Series - An Eva Prim Novel
Jordan K. Rose
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What’s a girl to do when she discovers her husband, who happens to be the Master Vampire for the New England Region, has been lying to her for, oh, say a hundred and eighty years?
Well, it all depends. If she’s accidentally released forty demons from some creepy old book, unintentionally announced the existence of vampires on The Internet, kidnapped a werewolf, enraged a lovesick vampire by stealing his approved mate, and attracted the attention of The High Commander for The Vampire Federation, not to mention gotten stoned and mastered the forbidden art of demon calling, she might be willing to call it even.
Or, she might plead her case at an Inquisition and hope like all hell, she isn’t staked before sunrise. Eh, a slightly busier night than usual, but nothing Eva Prim can’t handle.
Misadventures in Trying to Make Friends
This is a very funny, light-hearted paranormal story. It reminds me a lot of the Queen Betsey series by MaryJanice Davidson. If you like the humor of that series, you will enjoy this one as well.
Chrissie is a mess. She loves her husband, Stefan, who is also a vampire but is tired of being treated like a child. She tends to creates problems easily and Stefan likes to lock her up in the house when he is not there and keep a close eye on her. She has good intentions but she doesn't think thru stuff. When he gets her a computer to occupy her time, he doesn't realize the trouble she could cause.
There is all kinds of adventures as she tries to be helpful. She also learns some secrets about her husband that he has been keeping. Her only goal is to make some friends and thru her misadventures she discovers she finally has some.
I would have liked to see more of the relationship between Chrissie and Stefan and learn more about their history together. I think that would have added a lot to the story. It is a purely fun story and good for a smile.
I received a copy in return for a honest review.
I literally had to force myself to finish this book. The main character is clearly an adult who acts like a child. She's annoying and will not accept responsibility for her actions, instead she places blame on others. Maybe a product of her husband spoiling her.
The blogging was "ok". I think the main character just annoyed me to death. ;(
There's lots more I could say but that would include spoilers.
Honestly I'm sure a very young adult would enjoy this book.