Series: Eva Prim #2
on April 30th 2014
Genres: Paranormal, Romance
Source: BTSe Magazine
A formal vampire reception is just that- formal. There are rules. There are expectations. There are certain security measures that must be taken.
The list of things that should not occur includes, but is not limited to: duels for subjugation, bar brawls, and accidental, er, unintentional, well, not-meant-to-happen-at-that-moment demon calling.
Drinking from other master vampires, turning new vampires without permission, and reliving your first kiss, which happened to be with a serial killer are absolutely inappropriate.
Having your demon-vampire-husband-master end up with an incurable case of vamnesia adds another level of complexity to the festivities, not to mention your marriage.
But Eva Prim has caused...experienced…survived, yes, that's the word. Eva and Stefan have survived other difficult challenges and she's confident they'll laugh about this some night. She thinks. Maybe.
Purchase:Prim & Proper (An Eva Prim Novel Book 2)
Although I have not read the first book in this series this felt like a second book. There were underlying things that I felt like I was missing.
That being said I thoroughly enjoyed this! Yes, I feel like book one would have given me more insight to the varying relationships (there are a lot of people in this!) but for the most part I was able to go with the flow and was able to enjoy this.
I truly like the main characters, Prim & Proper. Prim is crazy! She gets herself into some mischief like you would not believe. This entire book is based on that mischief! The entire book!! When I’m not loving and laughing at her antics, I want to strangle her because of them! The only thing I didn’t quite feel was fully expressed was the relationship with her hubby. She seems to love him but is also scared of him. I didn’t fully understand until closer to the end. Again, reading book one may help with this as well.
Then we have Proper. She is a mess!!! I mean a real MESS. Something about her just makes me love her though. She tries way too hard to get people to like her and because of that she winds up overdoing nearly everything. It’s just crazy. Hilarious but crazy.
In short: Extremely cute! Definitely paranormal and not just your typical vampire novel either. This has dragons and werewolves too!
Full review at <A href=”http://btsemag.com/”>BTS eMag!</a>
A few short years later she’s entered the publishing arena with no plans to ever turn back.
Jordan’s a member of Rhode Island Romance Writers, as well as RWA National, and the New England (NEC), Connecticut, and Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal (FFnP) Chapters.
Her first book, Perpetual Light, is available on Kindle and will be available in print March of 2012 from Crescent Moon Press.