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Nice Girls Don't Live Forever (Jane Jameson Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2012

    I have never rated a book before but this one disgusted me enoug

    I have never rated a book before but this one disgusted me enough to
    warrant it. I read the first two books and I only started to read the
    third out of desperation for something to do (I'm stuck in a hospital
    bed) and I really wish I hadn't. The first book was good enough for me
    to ignore than Jane was pretty pointless as a main character. The second
    book was boring. THIS book, however, was a complete and utter waste of
    time. In this book, Jane Jameson was solidified in my mind as one of
    the worst main characters in the history of dippy heroines. I wanted to
    strangle her with a phone cord- and I probably could have done it, too,
    if she were real. She is seriously the sorriest excuse for a
    "vampire" ever. What the heck does she keep talking about
    super speed and strength for? She's useless- her perfectly normal human
    sister beat the trash out of her with a FOAM HAMMER. I really like a lot
    of the other characters- Grandma Ruthie and Aunt Jettie crack me up!-
    but Jane isn't really a "nice girl." She's petty, neurotic,
    and selfish- the fact that she always finds herself in awful situations
    doesn't make her nice. She's such a wet blanket that I can't focus
    enough on the plot to care about it. All I can think about it how much I
    hope someone offs her on the next page. Most importantly, her crippling
    stupidity and clumsiness is mortifying to me. It isn't cute or
    endearing. It's sad and I find it really weird that women like to read
    about helpless, pathetic women making continuously stupid decisions.

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    Posted May 16, 2011

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