As with the first book in this series, Dead End Dating, Lil Marchette continues to trip her way through the world of the Others, the supernatural world she was born into as a vampire. However, she is much more suited to the world of the fashion-obsessed and terminally lonely than anything else. Her continued obsession with Ty, a made vampire, throughout all her other problems, like being wanted by the police for a murder she wouldn't commit (she's much more likely to kick and stampede over you for the latest fashion ensemble than chop you into hamburger), are second to the horror of falling for the wrong person, the person who can't make vampire babies. Through all the bubble-headedness, however, is a fun, fluffy story, filled with actual problems that make sense (of a sort) in the real world - a family's problem with their son's fiance, a woman's trouble with the man she loves, and someone trying to run a business through personal problems.
This all being said, it is a fluffy novel. Fun and fluffy. Well-written, with characters that seem to fit in perfectly with both the real and supernatural, with just enough Otherness to make it safely distant from life.
This is a sequel to Dead End Dating,if you have not read it, this book will stand on its own. It is a cute novel not anything like Laurell K Hamilton more like Mary Janice Davidson -Undead series