I'm not completely gaga over the whole vampire craze but I like reading books and watching movies about them, as long as the plot is interesting. The Vampire Girl Next Door is one such book that reeled me in and "sunk its fangs" into me until the end.
The book tells of Mark, a salesman and avid gym enthusiast, who lives in an apartment building with a noisy neighbor. Mark is confronted in an alley one night and, in an unexplainable manner, becomes surrounded by dead people. Mark becomes stressed that he could be pinned for the murders, but that worry dwindles when a sultry woman named Sylvia soon becomes his neighbor. Sylvia is the woman of Mark's dreams (literally).
Midwest Book Review: Reviewers’ Bookwatch
Burroughs’ Bookshelf—August 2012
“The Vampire Girl Next Door”—book review by John Burroughs
A dream isn't all that far from a nightmare. "The Vampire Girl Next Door" is a novel following the arrival of the mysterious Sylvia in the vicinity of Mark, and the two begin to hit it off immediately. Despite all the warning signs that surround him, Mark may have to learn the hard way about Sylvia and her past she just won't speak up about. "The Vampire Girl Next Door" is a choice pick for one looking for a romance with a supernatural twist, highly recommended.