The Vampire and the Plant Guy
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The Vampire and the Plant Guy

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Being a forty-three-year-old vampire in a small town creates a whole host of dating issues, including a particularly sensitive one. That’s why undead accountant Darryl Yates has pretty much given up on the idea of finding a man of his very own. But thanks to his brother Larry, he’s got a date with a “plant guy” who happens to bear the same name!

Nursery owner Daryl Keyes lu...more
ebook, 34 pages
Published November 27th 2011 by Amber Quill Press (first published November 26th 2011)
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Tam
This review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews.

I enjoyed this rather light-hearted look at one man’s life as a vampire. Darryl is an accountant who mostly works for his brother. He’s gay, he’s a vampire and he lives in a small town, so is feeling the pinch of a rather lacking love-life. His younger brother comes over and starts talking about getting plants and it soon becomes clear, that he’s setting Darryl up with the plant guy. When Darryl opens the door, he’s shocked that it’s Daryl, a...more
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Darryl is being fixed up on a blind date by his brother, he really doesn’t want to know as the last time his brother set him up it did not go well, he’s trying to talk his brother out of it when his doorbell rings and he gets a nice surprise. Daryl has lusted after Darryl for over twenty years and is really happy that Larry (Darryl’s brother) says that Darryl is interested.

This is a cute short that gives us warmth, charm and a bit of hotness. This a...more
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I enjoyed reading The Vampire and the Plant Guy very much. There are places in the story that are just laugh out loud funny, and others where you just cannot help but feel sorry for Darryl who was turned into a vampire by a mix-up at the blood bank of all things. I liked Daryl’s acceptance of Darryl’s vampire status, as well as, his handling of Darryl’s little “problem.” I will leave it up to you to read the book and discover what that is. If you enjoy a little humor with your paranormal romance...more
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Penny Kenny was born and raised in the Thumb of Michigan. By day she works in an elementary library; by night she’s Helen Louise Caroll, creator of fantasy worlds and heroes. Her book reviews appear regularly in Starlog magazine, her comic reviews at http://www.comicsbulletin.com/, and as Acton Bell, her fiction appears at http://www.fictionpress.com/ and other free fiction sites.
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