Dating the Undead – Review


“Snarky, sexy, and steamy as a sauna.” —KATIE MACALISTER, New York Times bestselling author

There’s more than one way to keep a vampire up all night. It’s the vampire dating site. And if you’re a mortal who’s getting a little too close to learning our secrets, I’m the guy who swoops in to make you forget. But don’t worry: I only bite sometimes.

I was great at my job until I met Silver—sarcastic, sexy, spunky Silver. I can’t bring myself to make her forget about our kind. About me. It’s all I can do not to throw her down on the kitchen counter and have my way with her, fangs and all.

She says she’s just looking for a good time, and I’m just the vampire to give it to her—over and over again. I went into this looking for a good tumble, but even I have to admit that things are changing between us. Good god, I want to hold her hand. In public.


I wanted to write a review of “Dating the Undead” by Juliet Lyons, or @JulietLyons on Wattpad, while it was still fresh on my mind. This story is usually part of the top 5 in Vampire. Hard to miss it.

Let’s start from the beginning. The main character, Silver Harris, is afraid of commitment because her mother left the family for a bloke named Kenny. Silver’s character is very well rounded and you immediately begin to relate to her and her wit. She’s brave, caring, and a person I would love to have a pint with in real life (if I drank).

On the other side of the coin is our mysterious, handsome, sexy, Irishman, Logan Byrne. He’s a vampire to die for with a heart of gold. Any paranormal romance fanatic will be in love with him when they get to know him over the chapters. His past is just so heart-wrenching that you may want to invest in a tissue or two.

Together, they are struggling to figure out their feelings for each other, fight the bad guys, and stay alive. What else would you want from a sexy romantic thriller, eh? It’s a top star story I cannot praise enough.

Right now, “Dating the Undead” or DTU, as she calls it,  is being rewritten by Juliet. I do hope she will not change too much of it as it is a story I truly enjoyed and fell in love with. Her writing is so carefree, full of witticisms, and great characters that it is simply hard not to enjoy the story from page one.

So, if you’re on a lookout for a great vampire story, give this a go. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.

Originally reviewed on Nov 28, 2015

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