When a grouchy, outdated vampire takes on two sarcastic ninjas, who will survive with their dignity intact?
Working as the housekeeper for a grouchy, occasionally murderous vampire might be exotic, but Deidre feels nothing but plainespecially when a new girl moves in across the street. Bellasandra has everything that Deidre does not -- gorgeous locks that never tangle, a body that jiggles only in the right places, a stud-muffin love interest, and a destiny to save the world.
As for Deidre...she's got an undead boss who doesn't believe women can handle the vote, two poltergeist friends who are more annoying than terrifying, and a beloved hamster, Mr. Peanut...who just went missing.
And what's with the creepy van that keeps showing up with a ninja at the wheel?
When an identity mistake forces Deidre to spend a night in Bellasandra's shoes (and very tiny clothes), Deidre may just come to appreciate the benefits of a boring life.
…Though she won’t have time to enjoy the peace and quiet for long, because Nathaniel’s sister is coming to town in the second half of this two-part novella. Tiffany arrives in high fashion, amazing curves and sharp fangs on full display. Her posse includes a zombie husband who smells like the city dump is his bathtub and a chilling ghost. As Deidre struggles not to burn dinner, impress Drew (hunky wereferret with a capital H), and stay one step ahead of an insane ghost who delights in dropping chandeliers on heads, she discovers Tiffany has an ulterior and vengeful purpose for her visit.
When Vampires and Ninjas Collide is the second installment of J Bennett's hilarious paranormal novella series, The Vampire's Housekeeper Chronicles. At times sweet, but mostly irreverent, especially where Nathaniel is concerned, When Vampires and Ninjas Collide will keep the laughs coming.
Readers Are Talking About The Vampire’s Housekeeper Chronicles:
>>> Although undead, Nathanial is a fresh take on the genre, and the Chronicles are quite enjoyable.
>>> I would recommend this short story to anybody who is tired of chick-lit vampires and appreciates a large amount of wry sarcasm.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is about 70ish pgs and is too funny!!! Overall 4.5 !!!***spoiler I don't get why she doesn't have the ghosts just make illusions so she doesn't have to clean, and at this point I am not sure why she even bothers cleaning!