Best April Fools joke ever--falling in love.
Serendipity "Sera" Braun wears glasses and a bun to teach during the day, but at night, she adds a breast-plumping vest and dirndl for her job hoisting beer steins at Nieman's Bar. The big, leather-vest-and-earringed Viking bouncer? He's bedsheets waiting to get sweaty, but all he does is scowl at her. She's trying to keep her geriatric stripper of a granny from breaking a hip, but it's hard when she keeps getting distracted by that sexy, smoky baritone.
Thorvald Thorsson is bitingly lonely--every vampire around him is mating. But his ex-fiancée rejected him as a killjoy (her exact words were he ate rules and s*** misery), so it's high time Fun Thor comes out to play. No way he'd pair up with the cute but too-serious little schoolmarm who waits tables at the bar.
Sera bridles the wicked, delicious things she'd like to do with the muscular Viking, suppressing herself until she's a volcano about to blow. Then they are thrown together in a prank war, and all his potent masculinity is focused on her. He makes her burn to let loose, but how can she and still be responsible for Granny and set a good example?
Warning: A terribly lonely vampire, a conflicted schoolmarm with a caged wild side, nosy roommates and the female version of a bromance, not to mention scorching sex, swearing with the **** filled in, a whole town full of busybodies--and the best April Fools joke ever.
This story contains material intended for mature audiences. Reader discretion advised.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Disappointed. I've read other books the author has written, this one just seemed hokey. Poor dialog, awkward sex scenes, and difficult to like the characters.