He was mouth-wateringly handsome and suave, sweet and thoughtful, every bit perfect with dark hair and grinning eyes — but none of it fooled eighth-grade Sylvia. It didn’t take a pint of blood for her to know that her sister Julia’s new boyfriend Terry was a vampire…
Of course, a trail of sparkling would have helped, but there was none. Full sunlight, garlic bread and functional in all the usual boyfriend-material capacities, it was difficult to detect at first, but yes, Terry was a vampire.
Sylvia knew Julia was in deep trouble. Worse yet, Julia didn’t seem to mind.
Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers’ Favorite: 4 Stars
“…engaging, witty, and not afraid to poke a little fun here and there at its own genre…”
New Year Book Review 2014
“A youthful look at relationships with a little bit of fantastical excitement is just what readers need in the wake of so much vampire fiction. Sakurapu takes advantage of the wave of obsession for these beings and presents an anti-vampire story, one that will entertain readers of all ages. Quick dialog and punchy characters are the essence of this novel that pokes fun at the genre without totally letting go of it.”
“Omg I love this book I’ve read it like 7 times this week” ~ iTunes Review