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Review: My Roommate Is a Vampire

This book was so much fun! Cassie is sweet, if a bit naive, and down on her luck enough that she is willing to respond to an ad for a roommate that knows has to be either a creeper or a scam. She decides it’s worth checking out anyway and finds Frederick to be eccentric, but not actually creepy. However, once they’ve been roomies for a while, Cassie begins to notice that Frederick’s eccentricities seem to be adding up in one direction … but she’s also noticed he’s very attractive…now she has to decide what to do about it all.

See? A very fun premise that is executed on well! Levine’s characters have depth and the pacing of the book is great. I zoomed through this is just a couple of days.



Cassie Greenberg loves being an artist, but it’s a tough way to make a living. On the brink of eviction, she’s desperate when she finds a too-good-to-be-true apartment in a beautiful Chicago neighborhood. Cassie knows there has to be a catch—only someone with a secret to hide would rent out a room for that price.

Of course, her new roommate Frederick J. Fitzwilliam is far from normal. He sleeps all day, is out at night on business, and talks like he walked out of a regency romance novel. He also leaves Cassie heart-melting notes around the apartment, cares about her art, and asks about her day. And he doesn’t look half bad shirtless, on the rare occasions they’re both home and awake. But when Cassie finds bags of blood in the fridge that definitely weren’t there earlier, Frederick has to come clean…

Cassie’s sexy new roommate is a vampire. And he has a proposition for her.

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