Shelley Linley is sick of sickos. Yet another prankster has applied to her dating agency. This one says he's a vampire and he wants Shelley to help him find a wife.
Meeting him for a second interview against all her better judgement, Shelley discovers that he has no clue about women. A shame because he's super-hot, amusing, and has a lot of single friends he could recommend her struggling business to, even if he does say they're werewolves and demons. She has to help him, even if he's crazy.
If she can ignore his delusions, she's sure she can help him meet someone. But when death threats start arriving on her doorstep, Shelley's not sure she's cut out for the job...then her dating algorithm states she's his ideal partner. Now she's not sure if she should take the risk for love, or run like hell.
Welcome to Withernsea and the Supernatural Dating Agency, for readers of Michelle Rowen, Gerry Bartlett and Michele Bardsley who like their humour to have bite.
Buy The Vampire wants a Wife to see if Theodore gets his happy forever after.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Vampire Wants a Wife by Andie M Long is a Supernatural Romance that I listened to on audio narrated by Angela Doll. This is the first book in the Supernatural Dating Agency Series and I cannot wait to read more of the series. I really enjoyed the multiple points of views throughout the book so I was able to get into Theo and Shelley heads. I am a bit torn on Angela’s narration on this story. The Characters are supposed to be British but it’s an American narrator. I think Angela did a great job with using different voices for the women. However, she did not change the tone for Theo’s character so it got a bit confusing at times. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys supernatural romances. #AudiobookObessionReviwer #AudioBookObsession
This was such a fun read! I was intending to read a different book but opened this and was instantly grabbed by this book. I read it in one day and the time that I had to put it down, I was thinking about when I could get back to reading it. This had a True Blood feel to it but on a much lighter note. The main character is relatable and I loved her reactions to various situations. The story was face paced and although it was about supernatural beings, the author introduced them in a way that made the story completely believable. I’m so happy I found this series and even more excited that it is only the first book in it! I can’t wait to read the rest!