ARC Review: Accidental Sire by Molly Harper

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ARC Review: Accidental Sire by Molly Harper
The Accidental Sire
Book Info

Released: July 25th 2017

“It was kind of okay”
~ Under the Covers

*scratches head*

*stares blankly at screen*

*realises I have 1000 things on to do list*

*does 999 things on to do list*

*stares at screen*

I think I’m ready now. The above was my process when trying to write this review, I would stare at my screen for a while…realise that there was some small domestic task I should do…would go do that and come back to my blank computer screen and stare at the screen again. It took me while to finally get anything coherent out. More than it was “It was kind of okay”. But, that’s the jist of this review. It was kind of okay. However, it was also kind of boring.

For me Accidental Sire was mostly boring with a few moments of hilarity thrown in which added to the star rating. The concept of being turned into a vampire because of an accident involving extreme Frisbee and a 45 pound weight amused me, but after that it just didn’t capture my attention. I feel like Harper is really stretching this series thin, there doesn’t seem to be much material left for her to play with and every time I read a new book it’s slightly more mundane and I lose more interest.

Summing up, this book was kind of okay, but also kind of not. There was nothing inherently wrong with it, apart from the fact that there didn’t seem to be much going on with it at all.


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About Molly Harper

When Molly Harper was eight years old, she set up a “writing office” in her parents’ living room, complete with an old manual typewriter and a toy phone. And she (very slowly) pecked out the story of her third-grade class taking a trip around the world and losing a kid in each city. She had a dark sense of humor even then.

When Molly was considerably older, she headed for Western Kentucky University, where she majored in print journalism. After graduation, she landed a job with The Paducah Sun and married her high school sweetheart, David, a local police officer. After six years at the newspaper, Molly took a more family-friendly secretarial position at a local church office.

A big fan of vampire movies and TV shows, she decided to write a vampire romance novel. Molly created Jane Jameson, a bit of an accidental loser. Jane is single, almost 30, and a librarian working in Half-Moon Hollow, Ky. She has become a permanent fixture on her Mama’s prayer list. And despite the fact that she’s pretty good at her job, she just got canned so her boss could replace her with someone who occasionally starts workplace fires. Jane drowns her sorrows at the local faux nostalgia-themed sports bar. On her way home, she’s mistaken for a deer and shot by a drunk hunter. And then she wakes up as a vampire. The three-book Jane Jameson series–which includes Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs,Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men and Nice Girls Don’t Live Forever—was released in 2009. A fourth and final installment, Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors, was released in 2012.


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