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Review: Accidentally Dead, Again by Dakota Cassidy

Jun 20, 2012

Book 6
Accidentals Series

He was just looking for a night of fun.

After a wild work-sponsored Halloween party, entomologist Sam McLean wakes up with a spotty memory—and a pointy set of fangs. Sam’s one-night stand wasn’t just dressed as a vampire; she had the bite to match. Somehow, Sam's unconscious body ends up at the OOPS office, where paranormal crisis counselors Nina, Marty and Wanda give him the down-low on accidentally becoming a creature of the night.

What he got was an eternity of trouble.

Dealing with a newbie like Sam is no easy task, but things get even more crazy when Phoebe Reynolds—a woman who claims to be Nina’s sister—storms into the office and causes a catfight that ends when Phoebe is accidently bitten by Sam’s recently formed fangs. Now, the OOPS girls have two fledgling vamps on their hands, and their powers—and the attraction building between them—are unlike anything they’ve seen before…

Cindy's Review:  
Once again our outrageous ladies from OOPS (Out in the Open Paranormal Support) find themselves assisting a newly turned vampire. Wonderfully nerdy Sam McLean wakes up with a set of fangs from a one night stand after a Halloween party gone wrong. While the lovely ladies are trying to figure out how to deal with this unexpected guest, in walks Phoebe Reynolds, a lovely woman who claims to be Nina's long lost half-sister. And if you know Nina, foul mouthed, scrappy, wonderful'll know she blows her top, inadvertently causing Phoebe's change into a vampire too. Now the hunt is on to find the vampire who started this chain of events and find out: WHY? To top the mystery off, both Phoebe and Sam have powers none of the others have, what's with that? So starts an unimaginable voyage by the girls you love and the new pair you will grow to love. I adore Dakota Cassidy! Her quirky sense of humor is all through this fantastic addition to her "Accidental" series. She is someone well worth following both on FaceBook and Twitter. If you haven't yet friended her, please do so, trust me, she has so many wonderful things to say and will have you laughing until the tears come! To quote the first line of this book is to share her sparkling (yes Dakota, I said the "S" word) wit: "Will I sparkle in the sunlight? Because confession: I'm uncomfortable sparkling," Samuel McLean said.
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1 comment

  1. This book sounds cute cute cute! Now normally I am not into Vampire books but this one does sound like fun.
    Thanks for the review!


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