Indie book review: The Vampire Wants a Wife

Dating can be hard… maybe even harder when you are a hot vampire.

Theodore is 126-years-old and has had a thousand girlfriends during his life, but unfortunately, none of them have been a good match. He just wants a wife to spend his eternal life with. What can a poor vampire do?

Theodore takes the next logical step… he fills out a dating application and sends it to a dating agency. He feels that his luck will finally turn around. That is unless he scares away Shelley, the human who runs the dating agency.

Come to think of it, Theodore finds Shelley ravishing… even if she is a bit crazy to throw garlic naan at him (to check if he was really a vampire). Theo finds out that she is single too.

Hmmm… 😏

For my third Indie book for Indie April (see previous blogs for more info), I chose the romantic comedy, The Vampire wants a Wife (Supernatural Dating Agency Book 1) by Andie M. Long.

This book is steamy even if it has a cute cover. There is swearing and mature content and situations (Oh my!). This book wasn’t for me but the book had a fun concept and endearing main characters.

This is a vampire story with modern twists which gives the old concept a new feeling. Theodore loves sharing pictures on Instagram, for instance, and even uses Facetime to chat with Shelley.

Theodore also frowns at the idea of sparkling vampires 🤭🌟🧛‍♂️🌟 There is also a role reversal as Theodore is the one with the ticking biological clock ⏰ and who wants to be a father soon.

Shelley’s and Theodore’s path to one true love is paved with intrigue and danger. There are strange accidents occuring around them, branches falling out of trees, and friends seeing ominous visions, and Shelley having nightmares. Someone or something in their hometown of Withernsea do not want them dating one another. But why?

Will they have a happy ending or will one of them get hurt or killed? Why is Lucy Fir (head of Hell) after Shelley? How can they escape the evil forces?

I hope that you choose an Indie book for Indie April. I will bring you more book review posts during this month.

I will try to squeeze in two more books for Indie April. I am trying to include as many genres as possible so there will be a scifi book and a epic fantasy/dark fantasy book review coming soon.

Thank you for reading!

This blog can be found as a podcast at anchor.fm/aisha-urooj

Published by Aisha Urooj

I live in Toronto, Ontario. I love living in my multicultural city. My hobbies include writing, reading, painting and photography. I adore classic books and hope to someday emulate the books that I love and cherish.

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