Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Review : Vamp for Hire by Gerald Dean Rice

Vamp for Hire by Gerald Dean Rice
Mankind has won the Vampire Conflict. But the cost of victory is that a few humans have been turned into vamps–half human, half vampire. Prejudice against the vamps is high so finding work is near impossible. Plus, the slightest infraction could send any one of them back to the Pens, a place that’s as awful as any place on Earth.

Nick is a loner who walks a narrow line between legal and illegal to make ends meet. He begrudgingly shares his home with a woman and her young child and finds work doing odd jobs suited only to vamps. When a chance encounter seems like it could lead into real work, Nick discovers he’s in more danger than ever. The military is trying to kidnap him, and something old and hungry has begun to roam the streets preying on his kind. To fight this ancient evil, he has to reach out to his own kind for help–and decide how human he is after all.


I requested this book for a review via Xpresso Book Tours, Thanks!

This book was not my cup of tea. It was boring, and the world the author created was not interesting, Nick had no personality at all and he was very quiet. I did not feel connected with him at all. On the other hand, I loved Dolph - maybe because I have a thing for older men ;P

I want to read a book that keeps me awake 'til late, not a book that makes me fall sleep while reading it and this book made me fall sleep way too early at night.

Anyway, I did not finish it. I made it to page 87 out of 153. And to be fair, because I did not finish it I give it 3 stars.

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