The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant (Book 2) BLURB:
From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes a humorous, fun standalone mystery, The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant, Book 2. (Yep! It’s a standalone. The boring title is just to mess with you!) Approx. 250 pages.
HOW MUCH LONGER CAN HE KEEP HIS SECRET AND HIS FAVORITE HUMAN SAFE?
Michael Vanderhorst has always been a lone wolf. Or lone vampire? Whatever. Point is, this ancient gentleman vampire is obsessed. She’s quirky, a horrible dresser, and the cutest librarian he’s ever seen. The question is, why her? In four hundred years, no one has ever captured his attention like this. He must find out, which is why he just signed on as her new assistant.
The problem is, she has no idea vampires exist or that she’s just broken one of their laws. As the leader of his territory, Michael has been ordered by his council to turn her or kill her. “Over my dead body!”
To overturn the ruling, Michael needs the council on his side, and right now they’re asking him to hunt down and execute five hundred vampires no one can seem to locate. Unfortunately, his assassin days are long over, and he’s not so sure he can go back to killing.
But with Miriam’s life on the line and their unusual bond growing stronger each day, will he dust off the old sword or give her the bite that will make her his forever?
Title: The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant (The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant #2)
Author: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Publication Date: October 23rd, 2018
Shelves: Paranormal; Romance;
Format: Kindle (250 pages)
Well, I was excited to read the 2nd part of The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant! This is somewhat different than all my other paranormal books that I’ve read where vampires were concerned.
I think I was used to reading everything either from dual POV or from the female’s POV, but this is all Michael. Still, I feel like I was missing more from the sexy librarian.
The world of vampires seems to be changing and nothing makes sense to Michael, because he is focused more on his librarian while dealing with all these responsibilities.
A lot of things happen where they will fear for their lives, especially when they try to frame them for all the murders and blood farms done by the Phoenix leader. Unlike the first book, this one ends with a cliffhanger that makes me grab book 3 ASAP.
To be frank, my feelings about this book are a bit here and there, since I enjoyed it but felt like it needed more depth.