This is a humorous book, with lots of twists and unexpected characters. Michael Thomas Ford has a great imagination, and uses classic characters in a fresh and witty story. This is a quick read and leaves you with an ending wanting more. This book gets one flame for romance, 3 ½ stars (out of 5) for likability. If you like Mary Janice Davidson’s “Undead Series”, you’ll love “Jane Bites Back”.
Jane Austen is a vampire. She lives in a College town in NY, and owns a bookstore, selling her own books to eager readers, as well as unauthorized biographies, sequels, and (gasp) spin-offs! Jane craves to be published again, pushing a manuscript written before she was turned, which has been rejected 116 times. An interesting twist of fate gets Jane’s hopes up for fame, until she realizes that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Now she has to hide her identity and she’s being accused of plagiarism by a crazed blogger who seems to have a personal vendetta against her. Not only does she have to watch out for her life, but she also has to juggle several men vying for her attention: one from her past and one from her present. Which man will win her heart? Will Jane figure out who’s trying to sabotage her newly reborn career and who’s trying to kill her?
Review submitted by: ILEC