The Vampire Next Door

  • Title: The Vampire Next Door
  • Author: Katica Locke
  • ISBN: 9781935650
  • Page: 347
  • Format: ebook
  • The Vampire Next Door When his handsome new neighbor turns out to be a vampire Simon has only one choice to kill him Or is there another option Simon is happy to be an average guy living an average life in a quiet suburb
    When his handsome new neighbor turns out to be a vampire, Simon has only one choice to kill him Or is there another option Simon is happy to be an average guy, living an average life in a quiet suburb Then Julian moves into the house next door Charming, gorgeous, irresistible, Julian is the man of Simon s dreamsor perhaps his nightmares He doesn t understand why beWhen his handsome new neighbor turns out to be a vampire, Simon has only one choice to kill him Or is there another option Simon is happy to be an average guy, living an average life in a quiet suburb Then Julian moves into the house next door Charming, gorgeous, irresistible, Julian is the man of Simon s dreamsor perhaps his nightmares He doesn t understand why being alone with Julian fills him unease, or why such an irrational fear would be so exciting After allowing himself to be seduced, Simon discovers Julian s secret Julian is a vampire.Though Julian swears that he won t hurt Simon, that he s not that kind of vampire, Simon can t see beyond the fangs Fearing for his life, his choice is simple kill Julian before Julian can kill him Of course, that s easier said than done.

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    About Katica Locke


    1. I learned at a young age that books were precious and that the written word was a powerful means of communication Since I have social anxiety and find it hard to speak to people, writing has become my voice I m able to say what I really think and feel without the irrational worry that comes with speaking.I grew up and still live in Oregon, in the beautiful Willamette Valley I m within walking distance of the Willamette River, and a couple hours drive from both the coast and the mountains Since writing doesn t pay the bills yet, I also work for the school district, as an educational assistant at the same elementary school that I attended.I love camping, hiking, bird watching, and rock hounding and spend my free time writing, reading, or watching TV, movies, and sporting events I m a huge football, bullriding, and NASCAR fan.I ve been writing stories since I was ten and in all these years, the one constant in my writing has always been the magic, the supernatural, the inexplicable Nothing inspires me like fantasy, be it dragons or vampires, faeries or demons.I m fascinated by human interaction, probably because I m so bad at it, and few things in life bring out the raw intensity of human emotion like love and sex Even when writing about faeries or demons or fantasy cultures, the needs are universal Love is love, no matter what planet you re on Love is not the domain of the rich, or the powerful, or the beautiful It belongs to everyone and that s why I enjoy writing erotica The fact that guy on guy action is really hot doesn t hurt, either.


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    1. Now this had to be the most interesting spin I’ve read yet. To me, vampires, shape shifters, fairies, vampires and even dragons, I mean the list goes on and on… I had always considered supernatural beings, mystical beings, and spiritual beings. I’ve always divided them into three categories: the Beast, the Being, and the Spirit category. They are of fantasy, those that are magical and all have a beauty of their own; a realm of their own. I do not with intent wish to put this story down and [...]

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    2. Ok, I'm going to change my rating on this one since I just found out that there is a sequel! Thank God! I was liking this story and felt like I was left with nothing when it ended the way it did. Now I have been informed (thank you ) that the sequel "A Visit From The Truth Faerie" is available. I'm going to buy it and then I'll let you know how I feel about the "whole" story!I've changed my mind now that I've read the second book (A Visit From The Truth Fairie) and am now reading the third (Will [...]

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    3. The Vampire Next Door is an intriguing twist on the traditional vampire premise. Principal (human) character Simon Walker is beautifully flawed. He earned my grudging empathy despite his overt prejudices. That’s a difficult combination to make believable and kudos to Ms. Locke for making it work.Vampire Julian’s sister, Raven, at first blush, seems a simple, brooding, background character. As the story progresses, she emerges as a kick-butt presence and yet another example of the fine stretc [...]

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    4. I thought it was a great story, with strong, if somewhat frustrating characters. Simon is blindly stubborn and Julian seems too good to be true, but I think these are deliberate exaggerations of common character flaws in other vampire stories, as this is a bit of a satire. I found the humor subtle and dark, and the sex was very hot, if a little scarce.The ending was a bit disappointing and frustrating as it leaves the two main characters in a sort of limbo, relationship-wise, but too many storie [...]

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    5. 2.5 stars. Started off great, fantastic really, intriguing characters, smooth writingo bad it had a lousy ending. Not even a happy-for-right-now. Which sucked, because I really liked these characters, all the more the let down. Basically, Simon freaks out when he finds out Julian is a vampire, and despite all of Julian's efforts to prove he's harmless and cares for Simon, Simon can't cope with his fear. I was shocked and irritated when the story just ended that way. Maybe there's a sequel? Dunno [...]

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    6. I'm not sure I can say very much about this story without it being a total spoiler, so my only comment is that you really need to read the next book of this serie. This one cannot really stand on its own.

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