Here Be Sexist Vampires – Suzanne Wright

Here Be Sexist Vamp

Ready to laugh, be intrigued and tumble down the rabbit hole? Then this book is for you. The characters are full of personality, sass and some hot hot hot moves. Plus you see females kick ass!

Here Be Sexist Vampires: Synopsis

Sam Parker is a vampire with a gift so strong and substantial that she is invited to partake in a test for a place in the Grand High Master Vampire’s private army. She finds that not only has the army never included a woman, but it has never included a Sventé vampire; a breed that is regarded by the super strong Pagori breed and the hypnotically beautiful Keja breed to be too tame and human-like. Most refuse to take her seriously, especially a Pagori commander named Jared who she craves in spite of herself.

The Grand High Master, however, sees her potential and offers her the position of Jared’s co-commander to help train the newest squad in time for the impending attack on his home. Sam has to demonstrate to Jared and the squad of chauvinists why it is incredibly foolish to underestimate a willful, temperamental, borderline-homicidal Sventé female.

Warning: This novel contains an iron-willed female vampire with an energy whip, a sexist male vampire who is determined to have her, explicit vampy sex, and a romance story with real bite.

Let’s start with the world Wright has created. You learn quickly there are a lot of supernatural differences in Sam’s world and it all comes down to what Vampire created you. There are three types of Vampires, all who have unique abilities that differentiate. I loved how Wright introduces you to the world – with spunk and dirty humour.

The book is written with a modern tone. There is plenty of swearing, dirty talk and filthy moments between the sheets. You end up laughing at the antics between Sam and Jared. It had a pretty good pace; you learn a lot about the supporting characters and their back stories.

I love how strong Sam is, in both body and spirit. She has been through the ringer but has come out wanting to be better than her master. Jared’s character is the perfect example of someone who is used to getting what they want.

There is a little bit of cheesiness when it comes to Jared personal growth. But to be honest, it did suit the storyline. That is probably my only complaint-if that.

I look forward to reading more from this series.

Overall rating: 4/5

4 Stars

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