Review: Don’t Bite the Bridesmaid (Sons of Kane #1) by Tiffany Allee


Don’t Bite the Bridesmaid (Sons of Kane #1)


Alice Shepard needs one thing: a date for her sister’s wedding. And not just any date. A hunk who will make her fiancé rue the day he left her for her best friend. Her drop-dead gorgeous neighbor fits the bill—even if he is a bit quirky and never comes out during the day—and Alice has downed just enough appletinis to ask him. But she makes it quite clear that there will be no funny business.
Spending a week on a cruise ship full of humans while sleeping close to his sexy next-door neighbor sounds like a helluva bad idea to vampire Noah Thorpe. But his friends need time to get him out of a shotgun wedding—a vampire bonding that will tie his fate to a female vampire he’s never met. And Alice’s offer comes at just the right time.

What could possibly go wrong?



My thoughts (Theo~): This was a nice break for me, and something light and beautiful to
read. I’ve enjoyed this book so much, laughing, smiling and keeping my fingers
crossed for something more.
And this book, surprisingly, did it
for me! I fell in love with the dark, charismatic Noah because he was always in
constant control over his emotions, I also fell for the beautiful and sweet
Alice, who knew but pretended that she doesn’t.
I loved the action and how the
characters evolved during this book. It is sweet, easy to read and most
importantly, not boring.
Alice is a
normal woman, living in her late grandmother’s house and occasionally ogling her
dark, talk and handsome neighbour. She is also strong and very well defined,
but she is just about to attend her sister’s wedding for a week on a luxurious
yacht and she is definitely not ready to meet her ex-fiancée, Bret or
something. She wants to show everyone that only after one year she is as ready
as him to let go. And even though she still thinks about him, her blood usually
run cold when she remembers the fact that he slept with her best friend. And most
importantly? He is going to marry her! Talking about luck, Alice does not have
one of these things called ‘faith and thins will be alright”, because she
definitely is doomed to make a fool of herself.
Until one night when the idea simply
just pops-up in her mind. What if she invited her hot neighbour to pretend to
be her boyfriend? It is true that he is rarely out of him home, but he is
stunning enough to make every single straight woman out there drop her panties
and jump him.
She encourages herself by drinking a
few appletinies, but when the time comes she is not ready, and everything is
still moving around with her. So she throws away the idea. She cannot do it, he
won’t agree, so what is the point? But her head just doesn’t want to leave her
alone. She must invite him. So, the next day she hears one small part of a
private conversation between her neighbour – Noah and his friend Charles. He
needs to let go for a few days, to get away – and she has the perfect plan
escape! He can come with her, and they can pretend they are in love so that the
wedding won’t be ruined for her!
Hardly, Noah accepts, but only
because he needs to get away from an “arranged marriage” that he won’t agree
with. The journey begins, the darkness comes and goes, the love is getting
bigger and their eyes can’t keep of each other!
Noah is always guarded when is
around Alice, because he sort of had a thing for her from the moment he laid
eyes on her five years ago, but he is still not human… he is a vampire! The ‘always guarded’ eyes that he
carried around her pisses Alice off even more, but little does she know that
the guarded expression is actually guarding her against a vampire attack. Yet,
she knows about vampires. She is well informed, but she believes it is his
secret to tell, not her to bring up!
There are going to be a lot of funny
moments and lines exchanges. Sometimes I was laughing so hard about simple
things, but still laughing nevertheless.
I recommend this book to anyone
ready to read again about vampires, sweet little vampires, about straight
forward women and about challenges that might seem big, but sometimes they are


Happy readying everyone!



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