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Real Vampires Don't Diet by Gerry Bartlett
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Mar 02, 2011

really liked it
Read from March 02 to 04, 2011 — I own a copy

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Gloriana St. Claire - curvy, stylish, and undead - is spending New Year's Eve alone. And it's all because her boyfriend, Jeremy Blade, is traipsing off to parts unknown to rescue his supposed daughter from the clutches of 'dangerous radicals.' But just as Glory settles in for the evening, a phone call from the bodyguard of a drunk, newly-undead rock star could end her year on a crazy note.

The Review:

The book opens with Jerry leaving to go chase after his could-be daughter. So yes, it was a noble adventure and all, but why did it have to happen on New Years? What can Glory do, pout? Nope, she’s a big girl and decides to check out a few chick-flicks to pass the night away.

Little did Glory know that her protégé would decide, against her advice, that New Years Eve was the night to see for himself if he could drink alcohol with out ill effect. Reality sets in while the two take a boat out on Lake Travis where they are drawn to the siren Aggie who, having angered the Goddess Circe, entraps the two of them into paying her penance by providing three other vampires for ritual sacrifice.

As the fourth book in the series, the story just keeps getting better. It throws in just the right amount of humor, quirky banter, and adventure. Glory could be anybody’s best friend. Gerry Bartlett makes you feel like you’re joining up with a group of friends. As long as she keeps putting out the books, I will keep reading them.

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03/03/2011 page 125
03/06/2011 page 352
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