Title: I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas
Author: Molly Harper
Genre: Romance, Paranormal, Sci Fi & Fantasy
Publisher: Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books Pocket Star
Publication Date: November 17, 2014
Experience the vampire world for the holidays through the eyes of Gigi Scanlon in this e-novella prequel to The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire from beloved paranormal romance author Molly Harper!
College co-ed Gigi is headed home to Half-Moon Hollow for her first Christmas since her sister, Iris, was turned into a vampire by her beloved undead husband, Cal. Iris is working overtime to make this holiday as normal and special as possible. After all, it’s taken her months of working with Jane Jameson and the Hollow’s vampires to convince herself that she won’t bite her baby sister on sight.
Gigi has her own worries. She’s falling out of love with her high school sweetheart, Ben, and has no idea how to tell him. She’s got a secret job interview with terrifying teen Council official, Ophelia Lambert. And there’s a handsome but cagey vampire following her around town and then disappearing before Gigi can confirm that he’s not, in fact, a figment of her fertile imagination. Holidays with family are complicated. Christmas with an undead family can be downright dangerous.
I thought this was a stand alone book because the want a description on netgalley. But it seems that there are multiple books before this one that is in Gigi’s point of view.
Even though I didn’t read the other books it did not cause me to not understand this one. It was enjoyable to read. The were a lot of hilarious parts in it that you could just see happening to anyone during the holidays. Gigi is human and get her sister Iris is a just turned vampire. This is Gigi’s first time back since Iris was turned. Gigi has gone up around the supernatural and handles it all like a pro. The were some questions left unanswered hopefully it will be in the next book. I love holiday books that are light reads and just fun. This one was a pleasure to read. Not any sexual scenes, witty banter, and sisterly love all around a holiday that seems like no other.
I would recommend reading the series in order just so that there is a more understanding of the characters and their backgrounds with each other.