hen half-Korean sci fi-fantasy gamer nerd Cyrus Gae goes out clubbing on his first night of vacation, he’s not expecting to be bitten by a vampire. Not in Florida, the land of sunshine and Mickey Mouse. He’s not exactly averse to being a creature of the night, but he’s righteously pissed off about the vampire’s cavalier eat-and-run attitude. Determined to track down Troy, the bloodsucker who turned him, Cyrus takes the name Vlad and begins a search that will take him to leather bars, vampire dens, and cyber cafés.
As Cyrus hunts the elusive vampire, he meets Logon, the hipster/geek love of his afterlife; Vinnie, his Girl Friday the 13th; and even an intersexual voodoo queen, while learning that being a supernatural bad-ass isn’t quite what he imagined. In fact, hardly anything is what it seems, and Vlad finds himself in the middle of an intrigue involving Florida’s master vampire—who isn’t thrilled about Vlad’s sudden appearance in his domain. With powerful forces aligning against Vlad, he’ll have no choice but to become the hero he never wanted to be if he wants to keep his beloved Logon safe.
Vlad was turned into a vampire after a horrible turn of bad luck, but ever since he seems to be making his own luck and succeeding at having a somewhat happy after life. This book follows the journey of one lost vampire and his search for the one who turned him. In the coarse of finding Troy, Vlad stubbles upon a friend he hasn’t seen in years who introduces him to the new boyfriend who goes everywhere he goes helping find the justice Vlad truly needs.
This book is written in a unique first person voice. The main character is comical and has a very funny way of telling the story as it comes along one adventure at a time. I must say there were parts in this book where I wanted to laugh at just how outrageous his thoughts on the whole vampire life is and how he handles everything as it comes. And the vampires are so different not so much suave as well just comical. Not only are the vampires seemingly funny but so are Vlads friends and their occupation I can honestly say I have never heard of a Snow White Domm until this book.
I had a unique experience with this book that ended up with some great laughs.