Poor Lissiana (try not to confuse this with Lousiana) has hemaphobia and it’s wreaking havoc in her life. I mean, everyone else can just suck down blood from a bag. She just isn’t fitting in and it’s embarrassing how she keeps fainting anytime she sees blood. So Mama has a plan on how to cure Lissi. She kidnaps a psychologist for Lissi for her birthday.
The adventures begin with an intrigued shrink-held-prisoner and all the birthday party guests gathered ’round as they maneuver, manipulate, escape, and love.
All but two of the characters are great. A very nice bunch of peop…vampires.
Sands has an interesting premise for how vampires originated and her characters are mostly sweet people but its execution was childish and the reading was tedious; I was moaning every three or four pages at the inanity of the writing.
Sands is so not on my continued reading list.
I think someone messed up and used a cover from another book. It has a guy in a tux and untied bow tie with bite marks on his neck framed by lipstick but no one in this story ever wore a tux…duh…