Review: Dating the Undead by Juliet Lyons

About the book:

Likes to keep things casual
Absolutely no poetry
Zero romance required.

Silver Harris is over clingy men—maybe men altogether. But when she shares a toe-curling kiss with a sexy Irish vampire on New Year’s Eve, she wonders if maybe it’s human men she’s fed up with. Silver turns to the popular vampire dating site, V-Date, only to discover that vampire men are just as unimpressive as their mortal counterparts. And her mysterious hottie? He’s nowhere to be found.

Can’t a girl catch a break?

Logan Byrne can’t get that sassy redhead—or that kiss!—out of his head. When his boss assigns him to spy on V-Date, he meets Silver again. Turns out, the police are recruiting humans to snitch on vampires through the dating site. As the snark and sparks fly, feelings between Silver and Logan deepen. But, when old demons resurface—literally—Logan isn’t sure he can shield either of them from the dangers that have been lying in wait for centuries.

What I thought:

I really enjoyed Dating the Undead. This book has a unique take on vampire mythology – vampires are out of their coffins. In a world where vampires are roaming the streets just like everyone else, Silver decides that since dating human males have turned out to be such a bust, she might as well try dating vampires. I loved Silver’s attitude about Logan, love and life. She isn’t a wilting flower and calls Logan out on his “stalker” activities. Logan is just what you want a sexy, vampire to be. He occasionally speaks with a heavy accent that makes Silver weak at the knees and when they kiss she a rainbow of colors.

Dating the Undead is funny, sexy and has a great twist ending. I would recommend this to anyone who likes lighthearted paranormal romance.

How I rate this book:

the book girl gives Dating the Undead a 5/5

To find the book:


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