The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant BLURB:
New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes an uncomfortably hilarious Mystery with a heaping help of sexual frustration, THE LIBRARIAN’S VAMPIRE ASSISTANT, Book Three. (Yep! It’s a STAND-ALONE. But why not read them all because…fun!)
FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOUR BOSS JUST CAN’T GET MORE AWKWARD…Michael Vanderhorst is not your usual vampire. For starters, he works in a library, is in love with Miriam, his hot nerdy human boss who has no clue what he is, and he looks like a college student.)
In reality, Michael is an ancient deadly vampire, an ex-assassin, and is currently the de facto king of his kind ever since their ruling party disappeared. To where? He doesn’t know, but if he wants his life back, he’ll have to find out. (Mystery!) Especially because a civil war is brewing, and being king makes his librarian a mark for his enemies. (She is, after all, his biggest weakness.)
With a global uprising about to explode, Michael must give her the protection of his army. Only one problem: She must become his queen first. But every attempt he makes to tell her the truth is met with extreme hostility. “Vampires aren’t real. That’s crazy talk, Michael!” Clearly, the topic frightens her.)
With time running out and her life on the line, Michael is left with one option: Marry her. Without her knowing. )
Can he pull it off? And what will happen when the fight comes to their door?
Title: The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant (The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant #1)
Author: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Publication Date: February 26th, 2018
Shelves: Paranormal; Romance;
Format: Kindle (246 pages)
The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant is book one in the brand new series, The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant, by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff.
I had fun reading this book since it has lots of mystery and funny monologue from Michael. It’s surprising that it’s told only from Michael’s POV, which I don’t mind a bit. I don’t read books from the male character’s perspective.
Michael Vanderhorst is a vampire and a funny one. The first book introduced us into their world, with their rules and all the mystery that Clive, Michael’s maker, has wrapped around his death.
While visiting the town where Clive was last seen, Michael helps and saves a pretty blonde librarian, Miriam Murphy.
Miriam is alone in the world, with no parents and a library to keep sorted, while dealing with a drug gang that wants her land. She is a contradiction because she dresses bad, has the worst luck in the world and still manages to pull Michael to her.
I have a feeling it’s more to her that we are led to believe. I’m not sure she’s just a nameless human.
This vampire book is a bit different from other vampires across romance novels, but I truly enjoyed it. One thing it bugged me what that Michael looks a decade younger than our Miriam, which will still be something even if she becomes a vampire too, since they keep their turning age.