Curse of the Seven 70s



Curse of the Seven 70s Sometimes love proves sweeter than revenge even for a 15th century vampire.Heartbroken, hungry, and a little bit drunk, Cassandra soon realizes that just when you think things can t get any worse, sometimes they can get very strange like finding a skeleton in the basement of your newly inherited cottage But when that skeleton suddenly becomes a hot, romantic, and business savvy vampire named Varo sometimes things can get better That is until his infamous older brother shows up, and their centuries old sibling rivalry threatens her chance at true love Can their love survive her conniving ex fianc , his vengeful brother, and the Curse of the Seven 70s Download Curse of the Seven 70s – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 180 pages
  • Curse of the Seven 70s
  • Sharon E. Anderson
  • English
  • 20 October 2018
  • 1620156504

10 thoughts on “Curse of the Seven 70s

  1. Elle& says:

    Complimentary copy received via the author for an honest review Thanks 4 Killer Stars This book is a really fun take on vampires and the modern Dracula I enjoyed the playful interaction between Cassandra and Vero and found Cassandra s personality to be quite enjoyable You see, she may not be the smartest character in the world but really, this is what adds to her charm The relationship between the two develops rather quickly which is usually a turn off for me, but I suppose when one f Complimentary copy received via the author for an honest review Thanks 4 Killer Stars This book is a really fun take on vampires and the modern Dracula I enjoyed the playful interaction between Cassandra and Vero and found Cassandra s personality to be quite enjoyable You see, she may not be the smartest character in the world but really, this is what adds to her charm The relationship between the two develops rather quickly which is usually a turn off for me, but I suppose wh...

  2. Ipshita says:

    When I read the book blurb I presumed a lot of things, but it proved to be very different from anything I ve ever thought I would read and even enjoy I m not a fan of vampire romances, neither have I read a lot of dark comedies nor horror novels This book combines all of it, and then some , in a ridiculous and yet oddly endearing plot We see Cassandra as her ex, Howard, comes to ask her to store his research material which is really an endless procession of boxes filled with his junk at When I read the book blurb I presumed a lot of things, but it proved to be very different from anything I ve ever thought I would read and even enjoy I m not a fan of vampire romances, neither have I read a lot of dark comedies nor horror novels This book combines all of it, and then some , in a ridiculous and yet oddly endearing plot We see Cassandra as her ex, Howard, comes to ask her to store his research material which is really an endless procession of boxes filled with his junk at her recently inherited house, all the while mauling his new girlfriend in front of her and a dozen other people present on the street Her initial conduct is really that of a pushover but she really pulls off the whole low on luck damsel in distress attitude perfectly until Varo comes along Also, I m sure that most people would call...

  3. Raine The Llama says:

    Read this review on my blog The Book LootersWoah, what a book Okay, so I ll admit that it wasn t exactly what I was expecting I read this book without knowing much about it beforehand all I knew was that it is a paranormal rom com about Vlad Dracula s brother as a history nerd, I got very excited about this I made a few preconceptions about the book because of the cover it s not exactly the most beautiful cover I ve seen but the contents of the book made for a satisfying read.After Read this review on my blog The Book LootersWoah, what a book Okay, so I ll admit that it wasn t exactly what I was expecting I read this book without knowing much about it beforehand all I knew was that it is a paranormal rom com about Vlad Dracula s brother as a history nerd, I got very excited about this I made a few preconceptions about the book because of the cover it s not exactly the most beautiful cover I ve seen but the contents of the book made for a satisfying read.After Cassandra ...

  4. JadeShea says:

    Curse of the Seven 70s begins when Cassandra loses her boyfriend, and moves to a house she just inherited by an aunt she didn t know existed She decides to spend the next few days drunk, and wallow in self pity But when she goes down to her basement she never expected to find a man Especially one who isn t really a man at all, but a centuries old vampire As she grows attracted to this man and learnsabout it, her life is starting to take a strange turn for the worse This book was not f Curse of the Seven 70s begins when Cassandra loses her boyfriend, and moves to a house she just inherited by an aunt she didn t know existed She decides to spend the next few days drunk, and wallow in self pity But when she goes down to her basement she never expected to find a man Especially one who isn t really a man at all, but a centuries old vampire As she grows attracted to this man and learnsabout it...

  5. Wally Lane says:

    I just finished a delightful fast read, Sharon E Anderson s Curse of the Seven 70s a Modern Vampire Love Story I don t usually like vampire stories, having had the crap scared out of me by Bela Lugosi in a movie theater at a young age, I always dodge reading them or wish I had Curse of the Seven 70s turned out different I not only enjoyed the story, I found it fun and refreshing filled with humor, great dialogue, and visual description It was a joy to read Sharon E Anderson is a talen I just finished a delightful fast read, Sharon E Anderson s Curse of the Seven 70s a Modern Vampire Love Story I don t usually like vampire stories, having had the crap scared out of me by Bela Lugosi in a movie theater at a young age, I always dodge reading them or wish I had Curse of the Seven 70s turned out different I not only enjoyed the story, I found it fun and refreshing filled with humor, great dialo...

  6. Melanie Surani says:

    This review is in exchange for a free copy provided by the publisher.Some books are like hearty meals Some like the ones you read in school are the vegetables You read them because they re good for you and someone s forcing you , but you don t enjoy them Other books are meaty, but take some digestion Some are a bit of fluff like those weird meringue cookies and so sweet you can only stand one bite.This book was like a bag of gummy bears No real nutritional value, but don t you dare li This review is in exchange for a free copy provided by the publisher.Some books are like hearty meals Some like the ones you read in school are the vegetables You read them because they re good for you and someone s forcing you , but you don t enjoy them Other books are meaty, but take some digestion Some are a bit of fluff like those weird meringue cookies and so sweet you can only stand one bite.This book was like a bag of gummy bears No real nutritional value, but don t you dare lie and tell me you wouldn t eat that whole bag in one sitting.I m not big on the whole vampire genre, but the cover coupled wit...

  7. D.E. says:

    Wow That was a surprise I offered to review this book months ago so by the time I got around to it on my TBR list I couldn t remember why I agreed to read and review it I m so glad I did agree though This is one of the most well written paranormal romance novels I ve read in a long time Anderson has a lot of writing talent And her talent doesn t stop with writing Her storytelling was also captivating The story started slow for me I was several chapters into the story before I started re Wow That was a surprise I offered to review this book months ago so by the time I got around to it on my TBR list I couldn t remember why I agreed to read and review it I m so glad I did agree though This is one of the most well written paranormal romance novels I ve read in a long time Anderson has a lot of writing talent And her talent doesn t stop with writing Her storytelling was also captivating The story started slow for me I was several chapters into the story before I started really enjoying it And man did Cassie bother me in the beginning She was feeling really sorry for herself and I just wanted to shake her and tell it to get over herself But once the characters were introduced and the background sketched, things started to get interesting This book pretty much has everything romance, vam...

  8. Dane Cobain says:

    Disclaimer Whilst I bought this book out of my own money, Sharon is published and represented by Booktrope, the same publisher which is releasing my debut novella, No Rest for the Wicked.This book messes with your mind, man it somehow manages to combine about a half dozen genres into a single whole, with interesting results I d call it a paranormal romance loosely speaking, a woman discovers a vampire living in the basement of her house, and because he s fit and because she s just broken u Disclaimer Whilst I bought this book out of my own money, Sharon is published and represented by Booktrope, the same publisher which is releasing my debut novella, No Rest for the Wicked.This book messes with your mind, man it somehow manages to combine about a half dozen genres into a single whole, with interesting results I d call it a paranormal romance loosely speaking, a woman discovers a vampire living in the basement of her house, and because he s fit and becau...

  9. Susan says:

    I recently read Curse of the Seven 70s by Sharon E Anderson and thoroughly enjoyed it It is a fun take on the Dracula legend, with lots of nods to history and Bram Stoker How Vlad and his brother Varo survived to the twenty first century is interesting, although part of me wants to know how Varo wound up in the wall of Cassandra s great aunt s cottage This is a story of good vs evil, but even the bad guys wind up with a HEA Cassandra is a good heroine for the story, as she is a mix of self I recently read Curse of the Seven 70s by Sharon E Anderson and thoroughly enjoyed it It is a fun take on the Dracula legend, with lots of nods to history and Bram Stoker How Vlad and his brother Varo survived to the twenty first century is interesting, although part of me wants to know how Varo wound up in the wall of Cassandra s great aunt s cottage This is a story of good vs evil, but even the bad guys wind up with a HEA Cassandra is a good heroine for the story, as she is...

  10. Jenny Schwartz says:

    I have to start the review with a comment on the cover, because it s gorgeous And fortunately the hero is as sexy as he looks Curse of the Seven 70s is a vampire romance with a lot of style an imaginative, modern take on the Dracula story with an attractive heroine who grows in determination and self belief through the story I can easily imagine it as a TV show.Sharon Anderson has a distinctive voice clear writing with some zinger lines.The drama is real and the touch of vampire horror ni I have to start the review with a comment on the cover, because it s gorgeous And fortunately the hero is as sexy as he looks Curse of the Seven 70s is a vampire romance with a lot of style an imaginative, modern take on the Dracula story with an attractive heroine who grows in determination and self belief th...

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