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Friday, May 13, 2011
Review - Romance Novel by PJ Jones
Author: PJ Jones
Publisher: PJ Jones
Buy Romance Novel here
Rating: You Need to Read
Smella Rosepetal must find a millionaire husband to finance her baby’s heart transplant. She flies home to her deputy father’s ranch in Pitchforks, Texas, where she falls in love with Deadward Forest, a wealthy environmentalist vampire.
When a deranged murderer is on the loose in Pitchforks, killing romance heroines, Deadward assumes Smella would be safer without him. Smella turns to her childhood friend, Snake Long, for comfort. But Snake doesn’t have the money to save her baby, so Smella places herself in peril in a desperate hunt for a rich husband.
Time is running out for Smella’s baby, and she must escape the Australian Outback and face down Flabio, an overweight and disgruntled, aspiring cover model, plus enraged vampire wives and their homosexual, vampire, cowboy husbands, a jealous were-gerbil, James Bond, a drunk rodeo clown and Smella’s strange boyfriend who wants to drain her blood, yet is repulsed by her smell.
Smella Rosebloom has just received heartbreaking news from her baby's physician, Dr. Wannabush. Little Joshua/Austin/Tyler/Paco needs immediate heart transplant surgery or his death is assured. Frantic to save her baby, Smella goes on a search for a rich, handsome husband to swoop in and save the day. On her quest, she falls for pasty faced, polyester clad Deadward Forest, who seems ambivalent at best about the situation. Will Deadward be the answer to Smella's prayers? Will Smella decide on a name for her immaculately conceived son? Probably not.
Romance Novel was one of the funniest reads I have had the pleasure to enjoy in a very long time. I have seen Smella or similar versions of her in a lot of books over the years. Deadward was so close to the real thing in that "other" book it was hysterical. The author didn't have to stretch the imagination too much there. The dialogue and obvious stereotypes had me snorting out loud several times. There were also some extremely vocal "eeeeewwwww" moments. Make no mistake, this book pokes fun at all the romance genres. If you follow romantic literature at all, your favorite will take a hit in this book, even the *gasp* lowly erotica. That is not to say this is a mean spirited book, it certainly is not. It just points out some of the obvious forehead slappers we've all had while reading a book. It's all done in good, raunchy hilarious fun. If you are a fan of good satire, this is definitely a book for you.