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Accidentally Dead (Accidentals Series #2)

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Following the recent conversion of her Buffalo friend Marty Andrews into THE ACCIDENTAL WEREWOLF, Hackensack dental assistant Nina Blackman knows there are some strange things out there. She just never expected someone¿s overbite to cause her a problem of sorts at the ...
Following the recent conversion of her Buffalo friend Marty Andrews into THE ACCIDENTAL WEREWOLF, Hackensack dental assistant Nina Blackman knows there are some strange things out there. She just never expected someone¿s overbite to cause her a problem of sorts at the office. While prepping the patient Gregori ¿Greg¿ Statleon for dentist Dr. Berkenstein, under anesthesia he accidentally bit her and turned her into an undead. Marty and their third pal Wanda rush to Hackensack to help their friend fang face who thinks at least she does not have tail issues.-------------- She is his first (and he prays Last) conversion. He is chagrined and unable to take back his bite, but irate Nina¿s acerbic diatribe accompanied by her two friends leaves him feel as if ¿Snaggletooth¿ took two pints of blood from him. Greg swears he will mentor her on all things vampiric while her pals offer support. However, the dentist with suddenly large canines wants to revert back to human although she would not mind snacking on Greg.------------------ The sequel to amusing THE ACCIDENTAL WEREWOLF is an enjoyable humorous satire that takes a bite out of the vampire romance sub-genre. The story line is fast-paced from the moment the woman from the Bronx calls her recently changed Lycan friend to shuffle from Buffalo to Jersey as she now has a biting problem. Fans will appreciate the non stop hilarity as Nina rips skin with her tongue from everyone even while she and Greg fall in undead love.----------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Could Have Been Better

First of all, I have to say that I loved the first book - The Accidental Werewolf. Unfortunately, the writer copied her first story and gave it a new title. Because I'm a sucker for any paranormal romance, I still enjoyed the story. However, I would have appreciated ...
First of all, I have to say that I loved the first book - The Accidental Werewolf. Unfortunately, the writer copied her first story and gave it a new title. Because I'm a sucker for any paranormal romance, I still enjoyed the story. However, I would have appreciated a little creativity in the plot which might have resulted in a different book. Not to mention the character has some seriously outrageous character flaws, which I thought were a little over board. I hope the third book is a lot better.

posted by Lynz_in_Love on April 6, 2009

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  • Posted August 2, 2009

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    Good idea, badly written

    I tried to read this book twice but just couldn't get into it. The characters act like teenage brats and supposedly are friends but all they do is yell at each other. Was disappointed. I would give it away but the language is so bad that It is not appropriate for a teenager. Don't buy this book, go to the library if you are interested.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 4, 2009

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    Annoying

    Nina Blackman may just be one of the most annoying female characters in the history of fiction. She was enough to make me quit 80 pages in. She's irrational and whereas being a potty mouth might be vaguely charming, her lack of creativity and excessive rage just made her plain annoying. She never shuts up and yet manages not to say a single interesting thing. The dialogue in this book is silly, childish and desperately trying to be funny but fails. For far more pages than necessary, Nina and Marty compete for the title of who can be more annoying and they both win.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted September 27, 2009

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