Adventures of a Vegan Vampire

Adventures of a Vegan VampireAdventures of a Vegan Vamp: A Paranormal Cozy Mystery (Vegan Vamp Mysteries Book 1) by Cate Lawley, Kate Baray
on January 1st 1970
Genres: Cozy, Mystery, Paranormal
Pages: 214

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four-stars

Summary

Dead? Someday, sure. But undead and vegan? That's not how this girl envisioned her future.
Waking up thin is one thing. But waking up gaunt, hangry,and undead makes for a very bad day. That's only the beginning. Mallory's killer better hide, because she's just discovered blood, meat, and dairy don't agree with her--and a future with no cheese is grim indeed. She's out to find her killer...and maybe a vegan cheese that doesn't melt her nose hairs.
Click to find out how Mallory quashes a killer hunger while hunting a vicious vampire!

Review

So I picked this book up as a freebie because the title caught my eye. So this book is counting as my book in the challenge as the title that made me laugh. I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do when I can no longer skew the list to meet books that I would have chosen to read in the first place.

I actually really like this book. It was a quick and easy read. I thought that the lead character was quirky and fun. I thought the premise was really cute. There was not a slow moment  to be found.

As I have mentioned before, I use Kindle Unlimited a lot. So, I immediately  went on to find the next book in the series and downloaded it to my Kindle. I am not sure where it’s going to fit on my 50 book list.  But I’m going to read it anyway.

Update – I read all three of the books that have been written so far. I just really enjoyed them. I am not going to add them to the 50 book list. But, I am going to put the books in this post, in case you want to use them as a trilogy for the list. (That is until number four comes out…then, you’re out of luck. LOL)

The Others in the Series

Adventures of a Vegan VampireThe Client's Conundrum (Vegan Vamp, #2) by Cate Lawley, Kate Baray
on January 1st 1970
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Summary

Hungry vamps make the best sleuths!
Or do they? Mallory is about to find out, because she's got a client relying on her to solve an inconvenient murder--and her stomach won't stop grumbling. Thankfully, she's got a team of both magical and human friends to help her solve the murder...and slip her snacks to stave off a never ending hunger.
Click to discover if Mallory helps her first-ever client keep her head!
The Client's Conundrum can be read in sequence or as a stand alone story.

The Elvis Enigma: A Paranormal Cozy Mystery (Vegan Vamp Mysteries Book 3) by Cate Lawley
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on January 1st 1970
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four-half-stars

Summary

Elvis is alive - and he's missing!
Except the missing man isn't exactly Elvis. And he's not alive...in the traditional sense. But the man who's not quite Elvis is definitely missing. Mallory won't let the confusing nature of not-quite-Elvis's background stop her from investigating, not when there's a mystery to solve. And who better to crack a case involving the weird and wondrous than the best (and hungriest) sleuthing vamp around?If she can just keep the mundane police in the dark and her budding romantic feelings for her partner under wraps, then she might have a shot.
The Elvis Enigma can be read in sequence or as a stand alone story.

 

 

four-stars

About Cate Lawley

Cate Lawley is the pen name for Kate Baray’s sweet romances and cozy mysteries, including The Goode Witch Matchmaker and Vegan Vamp series.

She writes and lives in Austin, Texas (where many of her stories take place) with her pack of pointers and hounds. Cate has worked as an attorney, a manager, a tractor sales person, and a dog trainer, but writing is the hands-down winner. When she’s not tapping away at her keyboard or in deep contemplation of her next fanciful writing project, she’s sweeping up hairy dust bunnies and watching British mysteries.

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