Almost DNF turned 3 stars… A Quick Bite #review

Posted October 23, 2017 by Berls in Review / 6 Comments

Despite an extremely silly start and me feeling like A quick Bite was going to become a DNF, something happened – people’s lives got in danger – around the halfway point that got me really interested in the book and I ended up enjoying it. The characters, despite being hundreds if years old, are fairly childish and kinda dumb sometimes – hence the almost DNF. I enjoy humor quite a lot, but I like it to be paired with characters that are witty and intelligent.

But the story, particularly when things got dangerous, and the vampire mythology was interesting. I thought it was very unique and had lots of potential to be much better. Oh and the sex was hotter than anticipated, a definite bonus!

I would have liked to see more independent characters that thought more and it would have been a good book all the way through. As it is, it ended well and I was slightly disappointed to reach the end. I even contemplated buying the next book immediately…I probably won’t read any more of the series though. But I don’t regret finishing it, so that’s a plus!

3 stars Just Okay

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Michelle adopted me as part of her blog when I decided to close down my blog, Fantasy is More Fun. The blog was dying, but my love of reading and the blogosphere was still strong as ever - so I found my new home here at Because Reading!

I'm not just a book lover, but a one time author (that hopes to be more in the future), wife, mom to the cutest, happiest, best 1 year old and step-mom to the craziest, sweetest 20 year old on the planet. My family mean everything to me and they appear frequently in the Sunday Post with Berls. So grab a glass of wine and chat books, blogging, and family with me!

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6 responses to “Almost DNF turned 3 stars… A Quick Bite #review

  1. I’m still laughing at a vampire that faints at the sight of blood. Bahahaha! I’m glad the story turned around enough to be a 3 star read, but the silliness and childishness would probably wear on me. I mean, a centuries old vamp who acts like that? Meh. Like you said, doesn’t exactly make you want to rush out and get the next installment.

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    • The immaturity was what got to me, but the characters and story were interesting enough to make me finish. Who knows, I may read more. But not right away!

    • It’s so hard to go into a book without anything… I’ve usually heard so much by time I pick up a book. So being surprised is different and a nice experience 🙂

    • It was a bit too silly for me at first but I really did end up enjoying it though – so I’ll probably try some more eventually.