This review begins with a warning to the reader... Please by all means be cautious as to your location when you pick this one up to read. Sitting alone in public, laughing until you fall out of your chair, could lead to someone questioning your sanity!
Putting her candidate in the White House was no big deal for Vampiress Tiffany Golden. After all he was only human. Dragging Vampire Master Count Victor Vyrdelek into the 21st century... now that is a job! Victor sees Tiffany as an annoying but very desirable addition to his collection of brides. Everything he holds as tradition she considers stereotype, and as far as his castle is concerned, give her the chance and it will be the next big stop on the Romanian tourist route! Yet even as she turns his old world existence upside down she has managed to bring a vitality to his world he never knew could exist... all he has to do is make her stay.
Tiffany is not the only newcomer to Romania. Ingrid Foha, vegan member of PUMA (People United for the Mercy of Animals ), has come to town to help out the werewolf population. It is part of her agenda to convince the carnivorous werewolves to turn vegetarian and she sees sexy alpha Constantin as her first potential convert. Before long her secret of being a were-maltese dog is unveiled and the fur really starts to fly!
After putting a whole new twist on vamps in I'm Undead and I Vote, Jackie Rose managed to outdo herself with this followup, I 'm a Vampire and I Count. This book is full of humorous images and ideas from a were-maltese dog chasing a wolf around to vampercise complete with organ accompaniment no less! At 105 pages it is a quick and easy read but packed from start to finish with interesting people and almost nonstop giggles. Oh and yes, there is plenty of hot sex in here too! There is more to come in this series as one of the vampire brides makes her mark in America, and I have no doubts hilarity will ensue! Bravo!
Reviewed By Johnna
© May 2005