3.5 star review

ARC – I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas

I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas
by Molly Harper

I received an ARC of this book from the Publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. 

This is a novella set in the Half Moon Hollow series, which is a spin-off from the Jane Jameson series and in the same world as the Naked Werewolf series. While you don’t need to read the naked Werewolf story (or vice versa) to enjoy these, the Jane Jameson ones are somewhat required as far as I am concerned.

This particular novella is actually kind of interesting. It was initially released as an audiobook LAST Christmas, and is now being released in ebook form. If you do the Audible audiobook thing, it is actually free at the moment. Considering Charlaine Harris recently did something similar, with the audio releasing before the print, I kind of wonder if this is some sort of new experiment. I know some people love the audio, but since I just can’t stand it, i hope this doesn’t become too common, or I’ll end up very frustrated.

Molly Harper’s strengths have always been her humor, and the relationships her characters have with everyone, not just with their hero/heroine. There’s no romance in this story, but considering Harper’s strengths, that really isn’t a problem. It is a happy holiday story that lets us get caught up with beloved characters (without eating into another main character’s story) and gives is helpful time spanning information without dragging down the main romantic story. It’s Gigi’s first Christmas since her sister Iris became a vampire, she’s getting ready to graduate college, and she’s looking for a future job. All very entertaining for a hold over novella, not something I would want in addition to the main book, but definitely something to whet the appetite for The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire. 3.5 stars

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  1. Pingback: Review – Fangs for the Memories by Molly Harper | ...Burns Through Her Bookshelf

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