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    There Are No Platypires In This Book

    I first heard about this book when we had a Teaser Tuesday on the page and Megan Bailey posted one of her teasers. The title alone hooked me and we began harassing, I mean, er, asking Megan about the book. Fast forward to last month in June when she hosted a giveaway for a signed paperback copy. I will admit that if Joood had never tagged me in the comments, I wouldn't have heard about the giveaway and I wouldn't have won. Then she pouted a bit and I bought her an ecopy so I could have someone to read it with me. The story starts out with Taryn complaining about therapy. That right there should hook anyone into reading further on. Joood is spot on when she says the first paragraph is where it's at: Madeline says I have to write a diary. She gave me this notebook to fill up. It's part of recovery. She says this will help me with my feelings. I told her to shove the book up her ass. And that's not the only instance where Taryn shows off her sassy self. But I won't post them all here; that's incentive enough, in my opinion, to get you all to check out this book. Who doesn't love a sassy character? There were many memorable moments where I found myself cackling, tearing up a bit, hiding my face in embarrassment, or even muttering under my breath at Taryn for being so freaking clueless. I mean, come on girl, surely you can't be so blind? Megan hosted a penance party where she asked for our forgiveness for not informing us about this tour. To help spread the word, I may have made avatars featuring platypires... *shifty eyes* I had waaay too much fun making those. Anyway, I'm hoping there is some sort of sequel that follows this book, but even if there isn't this is a fantastic book that is great as a standalone. If you're looking for a book that will make you feel a little of everything, I highly recommend picking up this beauty. You're in for a treat if you do (some sort of cookie surely). I give There Are No Vampires In This Book all 5 Platypires!

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