Vampires Make Bad Roommates (Covens of Eaton Falls #3) by Mia Monroe

"Well, I can totally say I am with Riley and did not see what was coming. At all." Seems like Vampires Make Bad Roommates left Jacqueleen the Reading Queen feeling shook.

From the blurb:

I'm a medium so someone please tell me how I never saw this coming.

We're at war with no idea why or how to stop the enemy, so when head vampire Augustus suggests we pair up to stay safe, logically it makes sense. Unfortunately for me, I end up with the only hyper vampire as my new roommate.

Laramie has been making puppy dog eyes at me since the first time we met, but what he doesn't know is I have zero intention of falling down the in-love-with-a-vampire hole like my friends Leo and Presley have. I don't have time for a relationship and no desire to be immortal. A mortal lifespan is more than enough, thank you very much.

What I don't expect is Laramie to be so damn brilliant. Even with my connection to the spirit world, his time on the planet has given him insights I could never have. When he's being serious, which is rare, I can hardly take my eyes off him. Slowly, I find myself feeling things. I'm not interested in love, but I might have time for some fun. I thought the vampire would make a bad roommate, but I'm beginning to think our living situation won't be so bad after all.

Vampires Make Bad Roommates is an MM paranormal romance featuring a studious, no-nonsense librarian medium, a vampire with border collie energy, a slow burn romance with a quick burn attraction, antique books, secret passages, and more demons causing havoc. It is book three in the Covens of Eaton Falls series. Each book features a different couple with an ongoing conflict and therefore should be read in order.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

Laramie is the sweetest, most poetic Vampire ever. He was so patient with Riley, even when he was at his most prickliest. The two of them had so much in common with their love of books and research. Fate knew what they were doing when they paired the two of them. It just took Riley a bit longer to accept it. I could understand where Riley was coming from. He was being cautious as life had taught him. Laramie just continued to stick by him, waiting for Riley to figure it out.

I loved them together. And when they got behind closed doors? Watch out baby. Riley became the unexpected one in that aspect of the book. There is forward motion on the overarching plotline, but again we are left with more questions than answers. We learn some pretty shocking stuff, including some surprising things about our previous MCs. I do hope Tempest gets his own book at some point. There's something about that demon that just pulls at your heartstrings.

I feel like in book 4 the enemy is going to be stepping up his game after all the events happening in this one. I have no idea which couple is going to be next as there are many possibilities hinted at. I'm digging the vibe between Willem and Jack though. Give me all the jealous hate sex please. Based on the title of book 4 I am leaning more towards it being a certain astrology lovers book but I guess time will tell!

Rating: 5 Stars

Heather's Review:

With every installment of the Covens of Eaton Falls, I fall more in love with these characters.  I've loved Riley from book one, but getting to learn more about his history and what made him the way he is and also seeing why Laramie is the perfect fated mate was absolutely amazing.

Add in the ongoing war with the demons, and getting to find a few more pieces to the overall puzzle made Vampires Make Bad Roommates a one sitting read for me.  This book has all the Mia Monroe hallmarks - steam, humour, emotion, world building and of course knotting...

While you might understand the story as standalone, it is much better read as part of the Covens of Eaton Falls series and I recommend you start with Never Trust a Guy with Fangs

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