Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Review: Vegetarian at Midnight by Sandra Sookoo

Vegetarian at Midnight by Sandra Sookoo

Publisher: Eirelander Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Sometimes the love of meat is only the beginning of the problem.
Sophia has issues beyond being near-sighted. Bound to work for a power-hungry Portal Master for the next 90 years, her crown-shaped birthmark might set her apart, but her vegetarian lifestyle make her unforgettable. She can't afford to be distracted by Xavier's Adonis-like features because she knows she'll betray him eventually.

Golden-curled, fedora-wearing Xavier's a man with issues. Under a gypsy curse that compels him to morph into a werewolf, he wants nothing more than to convince the Portal Master to lift the blight. The only way to that exulted individual is through Sophia, but her stubbornness and fearful disposition heat his blood and annoy him at the same time.

Passions and problems collide while both Sophia and Xavier rise up to meet their destiny. Fighting a fallen angel and the Immortal Court, only the strong will come out alive.

Hunter’s Review

I had just read the first book in this series, The Art of Fang Shui, when I sat down to read Vegetarian at Midnight, (Great titles, right? So funny.), so I was prepared to be swept away in Sandra Sookoo’s particular brand of humor again. I wasn’t disappointed.

Vegetarian at Midnight tickles all the funny bones and also has the right brand of true Alpha hero in Xavier. He really never relents and I personally loved him for it even as I pitied Sophia for her endless stream of problems in trying to deal with him and everyone else thrown into her life. Not to mention, and I don’t want to give it away here, I have never read a heroine who was what Sophia actually is before. Very unusual and kind of cool. Throw in a creepy bad guy and you’ve got a winner.

Make sure you check out this series!

4 Tea Cups!

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