Review: LOVE AT FIRST BITE by Rhiannon Archer
*I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an unbiased review.
M/F Vampire short fiction
The story of how Jenny, a vampire, met and fell in love with her human boyfriend.
Told in first person and intended for a mature audience only. Contains adult themes and language.
This was a really interesting take on the vampire romance story. It’s short, so I read it quickly, but the characters are fully fleshed out.
It’s a rather sweet romance even with the pointy bits, and you can really feel like you’re walking around in Jenny’s skin.
I can’t say the sex got me hot, but I’m notoriously hard to please in that regard, so it’s not a mark against the story, because with or without it, the romance carries the tale beautifully and made me give out a happy sigh at the end.
I quite enjoyed it and will look for more from the author.
Readability: 5/5 The author has voice and an interesting way of structuring stories which I haven’t seen before. It felt like Jenny and I were sitting down to have a chat and I loved that.
Arcs: 5/5 It’s a short story, but the romantic arc was present and accounted for. I’d be curious to see more of Jenny in the future, but if I never get any, I’m happy with the story as it stands.
Craft: A few editorial issues, but I’ve seen more in NYT bestselling books.
Would I buy it for a friend? Yup.
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