The Vampire Wants a Wife by Andie M. Long
Series: Supernatural Dating Agency, #1
Genre: Fantasy | Paranormal | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: eBook, 204 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on October 31st 2017
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Running a dating agency can be a killer…
Shelley Linley is sick of sickos. Yet another prankster has applied to her dating agency. This one says he’s a vampire and he wants Shelley to help him find a wife.
Meeting him for a second interview against all her better judgement, Shelley discovers that he has no clue about women. A shame because he’s super-hot, amusing, and has a lot of single friends he could recommend her struggling business to, even if he does say they’re werewolves and demons. She has to help him, even if he’s crazy.
If she can ignore his delusions, she’s sure she can help him meet someone. But when death threats start arriving on her doorstep, Shelley’s not sure she’s cut out for the job… then her dating algorithm states she’s his ideal partner. Now she’s not sure if she should take the risk for love, or run like hell.
The Vampire wants a Wife is the first book of Supernatural Dating Agency series. I saw this book in Eline’s @ Lovely Audiobook blog and added it to my TBR right away, so when I saw that the kindle book was free I clicked buy button so fast.
Theodore is a hundred something vampire and he’s seeking for a wife via Shelley’s dating agency. He’s sick of trying to date fellow vampires or humans running away from him when they found out that he wants to turn them to make them his bride. Theo answers some questions and some of his answers were hilarious, like how he described his weight as perfect and how his favorite food is O- negative.
Shelley is a 26- years old and she was adopted when she was only 2- years old. She finds Theo handsome and sometimes can’t keep her hands to herself but also insane.
I liked seeing different references but I think the writer is True Blood fan but who can blame her for falling for Eric Northman? The show is mentioned few times and the vampires in the book remind me of vampires in the show but with some differences too.
I found this book maybe one of the most enjoyable reads this month. It was interesting to see Shelley finally admitting what Theo is and finding out what her dreams meant.