Review – I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas (Half Moon Hollow #2.7) by Molly Harper

undead christmasChristmas and Vampires. A natural combination.

From Goodreads: “College co-ed Gigi is headed home to Half-Moon Hollow for her first Christmas since her sister, Iris, was turned into a vampire by her beloved undead husband, Cal. Iris is working overtime to make this holiday as normal and special as possible. After all, it’s taken her months of working with Jane Jameson and the Hollow’s vampires to convince herself that she won’t bite her baby sister on sight.  Gigi has her own worries. She’s falling out of love with her high school sweetheart, Ben, and has no idea how to tell him. She’s got a secret job interview with terrifying teen Council official, Ophelia Lambert. And there’s a handsome but cagey vampire following her around town and then disappearing before Gigi can confirm that he’s not, in fact, a figment of her fertile imagination. Holidays with family are complicated. Christmas with an undead family can be downright dangerous.”

I love novellas as part of a series.  They can fill in stories that the writer wasn’t able to use as part of the main plot line.  Or, they can just be a fun add-on like this one.  The good news is that you don’t always have to read the full series before hand.  I hadn’t read any of these books but was able to follow along and enjoy this one just fine.  Now that I’ve been properly introduced to the characters I can’t wait to read all of them.

Merry Christmas bloodsuckers!

4/5 stars.  Thank you to the publisher for providing an e-copy through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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