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Leonardo di Caprio is a Vampire

3.12 of 5 stars 3.12  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  9 reviews
'Twas the night before Halloween, and Fisher Roberts wishes it was over, not being a fan of this or any other holiday. But he tolerates it because his roommate/best friend Hunter Long takes a childish glee in all things Halloween. And Fisher has a vested interest in keeping Hunter happy. If only he could find the nerve to tell his childhood friend that he loves him and has ...more
ebook, 255 pages
Published April 30th 2011 by Sliver Publishing
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I have to admit I bought this because of the title. I was pleasantly surprised by the story, however. I'd not expected much from it, and it turned out to be more entertaining than I'd hoped.

Favorite Quote:
What was the proper protocol for this? Was he supposed to give a warning of some sort--orgasm ahoy?
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I wanted to like this more. Maybe because I listened to it and the reader was not what he could have been. Occasionally he mispronounced words or spoke too formally.

The writing was ok, but it ended too quickly and really never dealt much with the "vampire" aspect of the book. At least the sex scenes were good!
In a nutshell, I really enjoyed this book. The characters were sweet and believable, and you really learn to care about the characters.

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This book would have been just as good if Hunter had not been a vampire, but just another guy who hadn't yet had the balls to tell his friend he was gay for him.

Barring those things, a good read, well written and engaging. I'd recommend it.
cute story... but why put a vampire in the middle??? the paranormal side of the story is pointless .... and so it's spoils the story. 1 stars in less...
Don Bradshaw
Hunter Long and Fisher Roberts have been friends since childhood. Now adults and sharing a house the become caught up in the usual and some unusual entanglements of life. I didn't care much for this book because the author tried too hard to shove too much into 40 pages. The plot kept tripping over itself instead of flowing steadily. The main characters were likeable but again moving rapidly through a maze more than evolving. This could have been a good book if it was 125 pages and the plot was ...more
Nice romance with two very likable characters but the supernatural twist was completely superfluous.
Maria Kiguthi
A fun/hot story reminiscent of "A Christmas Story" or "A Wonderful Life", but set at Halloween.
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