Series: The Vamp for Me #2
Genres: MM, Paranormal
Published by Pride Publishing
When Scotsman Radney Darrow was turned long ago his Sire was not a good role model. In truth all the vampires in the coven were brutally tortured by their leader. Centuries later Radney is still unable to bite a human for nourishment. Unfortunately, he’s been known to lose control when he’s starving. His current coven leader, Claude has been very patient with Radney’s problems, but enough is enough.
Radney decides to prove to Claude that he’s dealing with his biting issues by picking a random name off a website claiming to match vampires with humans. The site was supposed to be a joke, yet it’s caused nothing but problems. Claude isn’t laughing either.
Intrigued with his human choice Radney fumbles through an introduction to Andrew Meyers who plans to use the website for his college thesis. There’s a definite spark between the ancient vampire and the nerdy human, but Radney isn’t knowledgeable enough about human life. He gets caught in his lies and screws up big time. Claude is forced to step in, though it doesn’t stop Radney from thinking about Andrew. As for the human, his memory was erased or was it?
Humor and fumbling attraction go hand in hand for Radney and Andrew in the second offering from The Vamp for Me series. Don’t Stake My Life On It veers towards the preposterous and zips to the improbable in this zany plotline. The ancient vampire has issues galore. Thank God he’s found a well grounded special human in Andrew. Hold on for the wild ride.