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Sleepy Willow's Heartless Soul

(The Narcoleptic Vampire #2)

4.24  ·  Rating details ·  76 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Willow’s existence is not easy. Having narcolepsy is bad enough without her bond to an arrogant maistre, vampire extermination agents eradicating her kind, and “friends” with ulterior motives. Being undead could seem more of a hassle than being alive.

But Willow has had enough.

After all the betrayals and abuse—even with her sleep disorder—she refuses to take things lying do
Paperback, 294 pages
Published May 16th 2012 by CreateSpace (first published May 14th 2012)
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Douglas Meeks
May 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Sleepy Willow's Heartless Soul (The Narcoleptic Vampire Series #2)Sleepy Willow's Heartless Soul by Dicey Grenor

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Let me start with the fact that in the first book, while an excellent story it had Willow portrayed as somewhat of a doormat than heroine .......... times have changed. The new and improved Willow has finally about had enough and is starting to make smarter decisions that while dangerous are necessary if she is ever to be truly free of the whims of her narcissistic maistre. The main thrust of this book is her quest for her own
Loves To Dive
Jun 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Mistress of the Dark Path
Mar 03, 2013 rated it really liked it
Sleepy Willow is back again for this second novel of the series, and it will take you for a wild ride. It starts up pretty much where the last book left off. Her narcolepsy Is still a problem that isn't going away, but she has plenty of other issues to deal with that take her mind off of it (at least, until she passes out unexpectedly). She has her quest to free herself from Max -- the maistre vampire who turned her. There is a laundry list of difficult tasks she must perform in order to make th ...more
If you remember in book 1, Willow had decided that she didn’t want Max as her maistre anymore. In order to get her freedom, she had to get her heart back from him. So in this sequel, Willow and her friends plotted on how help Willow recover her heart, where Max had decided he would do whatever it took, to keep Willow with him.

Willow was wiser, stronger and more discerning in this book. I definitely like how she is evolving. She was planning instead of winging it, she was utilizing her resources
Alesha Escobar
Okay, we left off with Willow getting surprised by her Maistre Vampire (Max) showing up and her knowing that this meant trouble.

Naturally, I wanted to know what would happen, and I enjoyed Sleepy Willow #1, so it was a no-brainer: on to #2--Sleepy Willow's Heartless Soul.

There's a lot more tension, and a lot more at stake because Willow wants to be free of Max, but can only do so if she steals her heart back from him (a daunting and deadly task).

Add to that the complications with her romantic en
Ju Ephraime
Aug 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
If I were asked to use one word to describe, Sleepy Willow's Heartless Soul, Dicey Grenor’s Narcoleptic Vampire Series, it would have to be, forbidden. And you know what happens when something or someone is forbidden to you, you find yourself unable to resist the lure. In this instance, it happened to be, Sleepy Willow Heartless Soul, a vampire novel. I found myself going back over the pages in my zealous effort not to have missed a line, a note, I wanted it all! As I said in the beginning, the ...more
May 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favourite
The appearance of Max and his refusal to set Willow free strengthens her resolve in this book, making her tougher and not such a pushover. I like this Willow she angered me a little in ‘Bonded Soul’ when she was so easily overpowered by mere mortals, but not here; She is determined, strong and on a mission.

This story carries on nicely from book 1 and contains a diverse set of characters some old, some new… the diversity was one reason I loved ‘Bonded Soul’ so much. I took point 5 off my rating
May 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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1.) I'm glad Monroe has been dealt with in a way I felt he should have been, lol. 2.) WTF is up with Punch? 3.) Yea, Willow, I'd like to watch those two engage in a little kissy touchy screwy too. *wink wink* 4.) Looking forward to Conda's lack of swag now that his secret is out. It also makes me wonder how all aspects of his ordeal will change. 5.) Having a piece of information about the prophecy gives me hope that this series will run fo
Oct 10, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: urban-fantasy
2 1/2

I'm sorry to say that #2 went way over the top for me. I felt that the author's hand was heavy-handed in dealing with the story. You know, it's like when the absurd slides in to grotesque. The results are not always nice :)

I might have pretended this did not trouble me if not for the ending.

1) It was really excessive (like cream on an already fat laden sweet, it's bordering disgusting, the cream I mean :P)
2) It's an other damn cliff-ending. I always get the idea that the author wants to fo
Mad about
May 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: vampire

Max, Punch, Conda, the multiple man! How did I not die while reading this book?
Willow is fervently pursuing her freedom which was first mentioned in Bonded Soul but has a few things to check off her list, first: Get her heart back, drain a virgin and find willing grooms to turn in a world where vampirism is known and illegal.
She struggles through what life throws at her and it's thoroughly enjoyable to see her mixing with old and new characters such as Conda who at first glance seems to be a jer
May 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Wow - What can I say, I loved it. I really enjoyed seeing Willow evolve, become stronger and well, kick some ass :-)
I also really enjoyed the spiritual side to this story, which really got me thinking and wondering.
It does however have a wee bit of a cliffhanger, which of course has left me shouting, more please! :-))
Thanks again to Dicey for another remarkable novel, I am really looking forward to the next one.
Mar 04, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Great main character, picks up where the other one left off. This author is becoming one of my favorite writers. I just bought another book.
Jun 07, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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Other books in the series

The Narcoleptic Vampire (3 books)
  • Sleepy Willow's Bonded Soul (The Narcoleptic Vampire, #1)
  • Sleepy Willow's Loosed Soul (The Narcoleptic Vampire, #3)