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Jane Vows Vengeance by Michael Thomas Ford

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Waaa! I am so disappointed that Jane Vows Vengeance is the last book in this fun, humorous, and enjoyable trilogy. Even if you aren’t into the whole vampire thing, you will find something to like in this quirky series.

In this last entry, vampire Jane Austen, who is living as book store owner Jane Fairfax in Brackston, New York, and her mortal fiance Walter, who still doesn’t know she is said vampire, decide to get married in England while Walter is on a European architectural tour. Accompanying them on the tour is Jane’s friend Lucy, Lucy’s boyfriend Ben, Walter’s mother Miriam, and Mariam’s three-legged chihuahua Lilth. And talk about a mother-in-law from hell. Miriam wants a grandchild soon. If Jane doesn’t deliver, Miriam the vampire hunter, will have to put an end to Jane.

Everything is falling into place until her wedding day when Jane’s ex-husband Joshua makes an appearance. Jane completely forgot she was married, which is easy to do when their marriage ended over 100 years ago. Walter is none too pleased about Jane’s secret and is rethinking if he even wants to marry her.

But Jane hopes she can fix everything when she learns of the mythical Crispin’s Needle, which will turn a vampire back to a human. If she can find this needle in time, Walter will never need to know her secret. But there is someone out there who doesn’t want Jane to get this needle. Could it be a return of Jane’s nemesis, vampire Charlotte Bronte?

Trust me when I say how fun these books are. I would highly recommend reading them in order, so you will want to start with Jane Bites Back followed by Jane Goes Batty before you read this last entry. But don’t take my word for it; find out yourself!


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