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What I’m Listening To: Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs, By Molly Harper

Since I listen to audiobooks pretty much constantly, thanks to a long commute to and from my day job, I’ll occasionally post reviews of books I liked. Here’s the first review.

Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs (Jane Jameson, Book 1)

On pretty much the worst day ever, small-town librarian Jane Jameson finds herself unemployed and undead in one fell swoop. What follows is an amusing, frequently funny story about her rocky adjustment to the life of a vampire, while trying to find a night job, trying to hide her new existence from her nosy, overbearing mother, and trying to figure out who’s stalking her and harassing her.
The mystery is fairly lightweight, the romance fairly conventional, and the “villain reveals all in a grand speech at the final confrontation” was cheesy and cliched, but Amanda Ronconi’s wry narration and the author’s trademark snarky humor made this an entertaining way to liven up a boring commute.


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