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Review: Lady Vampire Series Book 2: What A Ride

Lady Vampires 2: What a Ride by Dana Littlejohn

Review Written by Sheila

Friday, 29 March 2013

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Lady Vampires Book II: What a Ride!

Title: What a Ride
Author: Dana Littlejohn
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Genre: GLBT, Vampire, Contemporary
Publication date: January 1, 2011
ISBN: 1-936653-57-7
Pages: 22
Series: Lady Vampires, Book 2
Reviewer: Sheila

 

Heat Level:F/F, oral sex
Rating:
 

Tamika has just gotten the job of her dreams. Going back to New York on the train, she runs into the woman she had been lusting over on previous trips. Having the opportunity to share a compartment on the train Tamika begins talking with Cassandra in Dana Littlejohn’s What a Ride, the second book of her Lady Vampire series. Unbeknownst to Tamika, Cassandra has had her eye on Tamika. Will they get what they want or will one be disappointed?

What a Ride is a quick read. I wish it could have been longer. The premise is good and I liked the characters but I did not have time to form a bond with the characters before the end of the story. I liked the spontaneity of Tamika and the sophistication of Cassandra. Both are looking for something the other provides. Tamika is innocent but she knows who she wants. Cassandra is more standoffish as she decides whether to spend time with Tamika or not. A quick sex scene that would have been steamy with more time lets us know that Cassandra has decided that Tamika is worth bringing into her life.

I liked how What a Ride ends. Cassandra set the pacing of the story and the ending. It is very matter of fact and puts Cassandra’s personality stamp on the story. A very decisive woman. If you are looking for a quick read, this is it.

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