Narrator: Amanda Ronconi
Length: 6 hrs 48 mins
Series: Half-Moon Hollow #16
Published by NYLA on September 28, 2020
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Tylene McClaine, black sheep of the McClaine Half-Moon Hollow werewolf pack, has spent a lifetime blocking out the criticisms of her boisterous pack. They say she’s too bookish, too sarcastic, and worst of all, too picky when it comes to finding a nice werewolf boy and settling down.
But when she meets vampire and Half-Moon Hollow music teacher, Alex Bonfils, Tylene starts to wonder if she could create the life she’s always wanted. She takes every precaution to meet her sexy vamp in secret, but when a vandal around town starts targeting vampire businesses, she fears her family might have found her out. When the damage in town escalates, Tylene and Alex join forces with Jane Jameson, Dick Cheney, and the whole vampire gang to find the culprit save Half-Moon Hollow before it’s too late!
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This is another series I’ve been a fan of that I felt like I’d been waiting for the next book for a long time. The Jane Jameson world has stayed fun with it’s romances and mysteries. New characters get introduced but we always have a link to Jane. Jane and Dick are still running the League and dealing with issues as they come up. In Nice Werewolves Don’t Vampires, there is someone going around vandalizing vampire run businesses. One of those businesses happens to belong to Alex Bonfils who, interestingly enough, teaches music to Tylene McLain’s niece and nephew.
Alex, of course, is a vampire, but Tylene is a werewolf from the McLain pack. This makes their relationship very dangerous. Tylene’s family is trying to marry her off to werewolves of other packs trying to form bonds and she struggles to keep her relationship with Alex and avoid the disastrous dates that get set up for her.
The McLain family had some wild ideas and I enjoyed the antics Tylene went through to keep her secret. The mystery was also well done. I love how the main characters fall into it and Jane and Dick ride to clean things up.
The narration for Nice Werewolves Don’t Bite Vampires was fabulous. I love Amanda Ronconi and the many characters she narrates. I never have a problem differentiating characters from each book, or even different series. Between the relationship dynamics, the mystery stress and the narration, I am in love with this Half-Moon Hollow installment.
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