Review of ‘Good Enough to Eat’ by Alison Grey & Jae, Audiobook narrated by Lori Prince
This is such an eclectic story that couldn’t be shoehorned into a single category. It’s a fine balance between romance, paranormal, fantasy, humor, and rom-com with lovable characters and funny situations. If you are looking for light entertainment in a vampire story, this is a good choice.
Robin is a vampire with a conscience. After her bloodlust puts a human’s life in danger, she decides to change her feeding habits so she goes to an AA meeting to get help to fight her addiction. There she meets Alana, a recovering alcoholic who is battling her own demons. Both women are attracted to each other but will they act on their feelings? And what could happen if Alana discovers who Robin really is?
I normally don’t read vampire stories as they aren’t my thing but I have to admit that this is not a typical book in the genre. It’s humorous, light, and cute, nothing to be scared about. ‘Good Enough to Eat’, authored by Alison Grey and Jae, is book one in ‘The Vampire Diet Series’ followed by the short story (or book 1.5) ‘Coitus Interruptus Dentalis’ written only by Jae. Both have the same light and humorous tone.
The audiobook version narrated by Lori Prince features both books. Ms. Prince is the perfect narrator for this series as she conveys the funny, cute, and light parts of the story outstandingly. This narration needed almost a comedian because of the number of witty dialogues, ridiculous situations, and one-line jokes. With effortless ease, Ms. Prince delivered a fantastic performance.
Overall, a funny and entertaining lesbian vampire audiobook. It’s included with a Scribd subscription so it’s worth a try. 4.5 stars.
Duration: 7 hours, 55 minutes
A funny and entertaining lesbian vampire audiobook
Overall, a funny and entertaining lesbian vampire audiobook. It's included with a Scribd subscription so it's worth a try. 4.5 stars.
Name: Good Enough to Eat
Date Published: 1970-01-01 00:33