Beth's Review: The Vampire, the Handler, and Me by Eileen Sheehan
Author Provided Copy
Publisher: Earth Wise Books
Released: November 30, 2015
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Length: 292 pages
Format: ebook , paperback
In a romantic triangle of good and bad, it's hard to tell who's good and who's bad. Lizzy Ewing is caught in a romantic triangle between two enemies: the handsome vampire, Nevi, and the hunky handler, Geoffrey. A handler herself, Lizzy must choose between Nevi and Geoffrey. One wants her for all the right reasons, one does not. Will she discover who is who before the bad destroys the good?
Four Boundless Stars
First, I feel I need to be honest and divulge, “I love anything Vampire” so I may be a little bias. I loved this book!
Lately, I’ve expanded my reading to books not written by Christine Feehan, and I’ve noticed every author has different views of vampires. This book includes; day walkers, night walkers, good vampires, rogue vampires, super naturals, and vampire hunters. All the rules are different from what I’ve read before, but I liked it.
The only improvement would be the editing. Being an editor, mistakes like this really interrupt my reading. There were not only misspellings, and incorrect grammar; there were words used in the wrong tense and repeated words. They were not AAB repeats; they were ABA, which made it more confusing!
The pipes were equally historic and needed to replacing, …
I have no control over it and I definitely I see no value in it.
In one particular spot there was the worst editing error ever;
I wanted to jump out of my skin, or punch something or someone, or run somewhere…so-mething!
It definitely ruined the smoothness of the read.
I loved the book, but because of the errors, I feel a rating of be 4 Boundless stars fair. I would love to read more from Sheehan, as long as she gets a new editor.