The Accidental Human
Immortality bites- new from the author of Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Werewolf. Wanda Schwartz is raking in the dough selling Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics-and she's a pro at recruiting new saleswomen. So, she's shocked when a man comes to one of her in-home parties-a very hot man. Heath... show more
Immortality bites- new from the author of Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Werewolf. Wanda Schwartz is raking in the dough selling Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics-and she's a pro at recruiting new saleswomen. So, she's shocked when a man comes to one of her in-home parties-a very hot man. Heath Jefferson is sure to put some extra spin into a lot of women's color wheels. When Wanda is diagnosed with a terminal illness, it doesn't have to be a death sentence. With a werewolf and a vampire for best friends, she has options that most ordinary people wouldn't. As Wanda ponders what to do about her mortality, Heath reveals he has secrets, and one of them is that his former bloodlust has turned into an old-fashioned lust-for Wanda. And he's already given up too much to lose the love of his lifetimes.
Publish date: March 3rd 2009
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Accidentally Friends (#3)
Wanda has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and has been given six months to live. Unlike her supernatural friends Marty and Nina, Wanda has not had the luck of meeting a supernatural lover and so decides that it's time to get her affairs in order, so as not to burden her friends and family when s...
The book was well written and very hard to put down. It is the third book in the series and is as just as funny as the first two. Dakota Cassidy is a very funny writer and it shows in all her stories. The only draw back was in the second book Greg’s maker was destroyed. Yet Nina and Nina remained V...
I liked this book a lot more than I liked the first two books but not enough than the first book because that one was so funny.I liked how Wanda grew a backbone and stood up for herself. Nina was justifiably cranky so her rants didn't bother me as much as they did in the last book. Heath and Archiba...
I liked this book best out of the ones in the series so far.