The Reformed Vampire Support Group – Catherine Jinks
All the books out there have got it wrong–vampires aren’t sexy or powerful or dangerous–they’re skinny and weakened, on meticulously regulated diets, and they look…well, they look like death warmed over. When the eldest and most deviant member of the Reformed Vampire Support Group is found dusted in his coffin though, frailty and illness can’t stop Nina and Dave from trying to find the slayer and save their afterlives. Of course, nothing is ever that simple, and they stumble upon a more complicated mystery than they ever expected.
I got The Reformed Vampire Support Group as a present, which was great, because I’d been intending to pick it up anyway. It started a little slow, a little sillier than I sometimes enjoy, but it got good fast! I started to really love the zany moments, and enjoyed the serious ones, too. There were seemingly endless twists and turns in the plot, but not in a way I found overwhelming. I don’t want to give too much away, but there’s one particular plot twist that I rather enjoyed, involving a young man named Reuben…. Anyway, this was a fun, fast read with a great ending. Four stars!