Thursday, December 1, 2016

Release Day Review ~ Bite Night (Dreamspinner Press 2016 Advent Calendar) by Clare London

Release Day Review ~ Bite Night (Dreamspinner Press 2016 Advent Calendar) by Clare London 

Title: Bite Night

Author: Clare London

Category: Holiday, Paranormal: Other, Paranormal: Vampires, Paranormal: Werewolves/Shifters, Fantasy: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 25

Dreamspinner Press

Creatures of the Night and Santa’s Christmas duties don’t mix. Every myth and bedtime story tells you so.
But on Christmas Eve, when the Elves walked off the job over pension rights, it was time for me—Irwin, the only vampire on Santa’s payroll, despite recent diversity initiatives—and my trusty team to help out. Just deliver a few parcels, Santa asked me. Just help out on your local patch. Just for one night.
Armed with my reluctance to face all that human sentimentality, and accompanied by a wise-cracking werewolf and an unruly fairy with a taste for vodka, I did my best. Honest.
But we were heading for disaster until I came face-to-face with cute babysitter Benny. It’s Santa’s Number One Rule—no interaction with the clients. But Benny somehow managed to upset my appetite, inflame my libido, and restore my faith in the Christmas spirit, with one cheeky smile and a tasty body piercing.
It’s Christmas, and the show must go on!

4 Stars! 

Quick and Easy Read!

While I'm not too sure how Christmasy Vampires, Werewolves and Sprites are, Clare London found a unique way to integrate them with Santa's helpers. I found myself chuckling at a drunken Sprite and a very grumpy Lycan as they try to persuade their team leader Irwin, who happens to be a Vampire to not get sidetracked by the human man he finds himself attracted to. After all, it's almost Christmas morning and they have a lot of gifts left to deliver.

If you're in the mood for a funny and cute Christmas read. And you love paranormal, you'll probably enjoy Bite Nite. It's got a little sexy time in it but really the story focuses a lot more on the build-up of sexual attraction as opposed to the actual act. And in the end, I'd say it's a good 4 Star read!

*Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.*

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