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Review: The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire (Half-Moon Hollow #3) by Molly Harper


The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire is book three in the Half-Moon Hollow series by Molly Harper. I can always count on Ms. Harper to bring a smile to my face. What keeps me coming back for more is that I can sit back and enjoy. The stories are always humors and easy to devour.

I finished this novel in one day. The funny quotes, numerous pop culture references, and silly things that happen, plus the little mystery kept me entertained and turning those pages. 

As for Gigi, she shows up in a previous installment, which I didn’t read and now I need to pick up, but here we get her full story. She’s the last human in the circle of friends and when her life is in danger, the group comes together to help. The plot wasn’t deep, but still it was entertaining. I also liked seeing Ophelia get kicked off her high pedestal. 

The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire was a delight to read. It’s light, sweet, and funny. 

Rated: 4 Stars

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Challenge(s): Library Love | Backlist Reader | Pick Your Genre (PNR) (2017)



8 thoughts on “Review: The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire (Half-Moon Hollow #3) by Molly Harper

  1. Agree on the romance being kinda funny. Harper is great for a fun, light, and humors read. Thank’s for checking out my review for this one.

  2. I also read her werewolf series a long time ago and I remember enjoying it. I also read her Jane Jameson series which introduces us to a lot of the characters that pop up in the Half-Moon Hollow series, Half-Moon is a spin-off, though you don’t have to read the other to enjoy this one. I will probably enjoy this series. Thank’s for stoping in. ^_^

    1. I stoped reading Ms. Harper for a while too. So many books to read and then I was requesting a lot of review books since I started to blog, so all those older books I’ve wanted to read kept getting pushed back. I decided in 2017 to work more on the older books I’ve had on my TBR for sometime. And, so here we are. Ms. Harper’s books are nice just for the lightness and humor of them.
      Thank’s for stopping in. ^_^

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