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Before reading this, you might want to read the previous one I wrote for the Vampire for Hire series or better yet read the book. There’s bound to be spoilers if you. If you had already read the book, or want the spoilers, proceed ahead. If not, you’ve been warned.
I recently reread of book Moon Dance by J. R. Rain. I loved this series when I was a bit younger, not much younger, but it has been a couple of years. I stopped reading it because I got to the end that the author had written for it, which was about five books, so I was waiting for more to come out. While I was waiting, I, of course, forgot all about it.I was recently looking through my Kindle books, remembered this series, and wanted to see where it had gone to. Turns out that this series, titled Vampire for Hire has fourteen main books and a couple of spin-offs. Being the person I am (who loves vampire novels) decided that I was going to read the entire thing, no matter how bad it gets. And as a first entry, it’s a pretty good one. The story follows Samantha Moon, a recently turned vampire, who is trying to keep her family together by being a Private Investigator so that she can keep her own hours. From what I have read so far, it, of course, keeps that basic vampire tropes, (being unable to go out into sunlight, sleeping through the day, etc.), but adds the element that she is around her human family, taking care of her kids like the average mom, and at the same time trying to keep her secret (horribly at times, I will admit). So far, I think it’s really good, and I have a feeling that it’s going to add to it. Now, instead of reviewing every single book, I’m going to add updates as I read the rest of the books, to show how I’m feeling about it and then give a “full length” review again as I finish the series. At this point, I would suggest checking it out. We’ll just have to wait and see where everything goes.
The protagonist of Shounen Maid takes this every seriously. He is a totally neat freak, who lives with is uncle after the death of his mother. He, in fact, forces himself to be a maid do he doesn’t feel like a free loader and can clean the house to his own content. The premise is kinda flimsy but it’s a watch. I will also admit that you might love this show if you like a very slow going show, but me, I was checking the time every view minutes to see how long I had left. Checking the time is a sure sign that it’s not something you love, but it was something to watch while I was bored.