Dating The Undead by Juliet Lyons

V-Date.Com, Book 1

Synopsis: It’s Bridget Jones with vampires in this fresh and funny paranormal romance from debut author Juliet Lyons

When Silver Harris kisses sexy Irish vampire Logan Byrne on New Year’s Eve, she knows other humans just won’t suffice. Convinced she’ll never see him again, she joins the uber-popular vampire dating site, V-Date.com.

What Silver doesn’t know is that the site is more dangerous than she could ever imagined, and soon she’s in over her head. When Logan returns, sparks fly and attraction sizzles, but they’ll have to escape some very real demons if they have any chance of lasting forever.

Review: I had not read a book like this for a long time. Vampires aren’t the creatures we see the most in literature these days and I have not read any books with them for a long time. Yet, as soon as this series was announced, I was curious to discover the story, a light novel and vampires? I say yes! Then I have to say that the cover was really appealing as well.

We discover Silver a young woman who crosses the road of Logan a vampire. But something happens without them having the chance to meet again even if they think constantly of the other. Yet fate will bring them together when Silver decides to participate in the new dating website with vampires. And yet it is also what will change her life, between her reunion with Logan or the government who is interested in the information that she could uncover, Silver will have enough to do! But Logan also has a few problems and will have to face them very quickly.

It was nice to discover these two characters and to witness the beginning of their romance. We also learn a little more about the author’s ideas about vampires and I admit that it’s always something interesting. I spent a good time with the story, it’s light as I said and although it does not revolutionize the genre, it’s nice. I will read the sequel with pleasure.

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39 thoughts on “Dating The Undead by Juliet Lyons

  1. That « It’s Bridget Jones with vampires » in the synopsis definitely makes think of a light but fun read, and your review just proves it right! Really glad you found a nice paranormal read that worked so well for you 🙂

  2. I love reading light novels mixed in with my deeper ones. I don’t think every story needs to be revolutionary to be great. I haven’t read as many vampire books lately. I don’t think there are as many out there as there used to be. Great review. I love the cover too.

  3. I have always been one for a good vampire read, although I usually don’t read that many of the lighter ones-although I have. This one does sound good though! I like the cover too. Hope the series continues to be a good one!

  4. There isn’t a lot of good vampire books lately ;/ I feel like they got phased out. I use to like love them. I did enjoy werewolf more but vampires were fun.
    This one sounds like it was a different take on vampires.

  5. I was just remarking yesterday that I havent read a vampire book in a long time, and I am kind of wanting to read one. Maybe this one? It sounds fun and I could use something snarky.

  6. I finally decided to start Christine Feehan’s Dark Carpathia series, but it’s not going so well for me. Sigh. As you know, it’s also a vampire series and while she’s done a marvellous job in creating her own myth, it’s a bit dark for my taste.

    Light vampire reads might just be what I need. Lol.

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