In Vampire with Benefits, the second book in the Supernatural Selection series, Alex and Seth are back to their old shenanigans. The two vampires are still adjusting to life as a couple–and trying not to kill each other in the process. But when they’re offered an opportunity to help train some new vampires, they jump at the chance. Things get complicated quickly though, as it turns out that one of the new recruits is none other than Caleb Davidovitch–the guy who broke Alex’s heart more times than he can count. As Caleb gets closer and closer to becoming a full-fledged vampire, Alex has to decide whether he wants revenge or redemption… This book can be read as a standalone.
For who is this book for ?
The Vampire with Benefits is an LGBTQ+ book that tells the story of Alex and Seth, two vampires who are trying to adjust to life as a couple. It is for readers ages 18 and up.
- The characters are interesting and well-developed
- The plot is unique and keeps the reader engaged
- The LGBTQ+ representation is excellent
- The author details homosexual relationships but does not use the term LGBT or LGBTQ+
- The book is quite short and could have been longer with more plot development
- Some readers may feel that the love triangle between Alex, Seth and Caleb becomes redundant
Learn more about the author
E.J. Russell is the award-winning author of contemporary gay romance, urban fantasy, and paranormal mystery. She has published more than a dozen novels and novellas to wide acclaim, including her latest release The Deep in Me series from Loose Id Press. E.J. lives with her family near Boston, Massachusetts. When not writing or distracted by social media, she can be found either knitting (usually something colorful) or playing video games (preferably RPGs).
“Absolutely loved it! Can’t wait for the next book in this series.”
“The characters are easy to like, and the story is well paced with just enough action, angst, laughs and love. Another enjoyable read.”
“Absolutely loved it! I’m a huge fan of the first book and this one didn’t disappoint. The characters are so well written that you can’t help but feel for them.”
“The plot was interesting and the characters were likable. I really enjoyed this book.”