Vampires Drink Tomato Juice

Vampires Drink Tomato Juice Review

High School student Morgan Fae is beginning to question her sanity. After witnessing a weird incident involving a werewolf, a substitute teacher/possible vampire, and a thermos of tomato juice, she is taken to the Magical Beings' Rehabilitation Center. The MBRC is an organization that strives to integrate magical beings into human society and hides itself in Chicago’s Union Station. It’s also a massive secret, and Morgan’s accidental initiation into it breaks every rule the place has.

Until MBRC officials can figure out how to undo the damage, Morgan is given a part-time job at the center so its residents can learn from the her. (Turns out average humans are a pretty rare teaching resource!) Between private tutoring sessions and being used as a human encyclopedia, Morgan befriends the pooka—a shape-shifting fairy who is too handsome for his own good—and may or may not have started a cyclops business revolution.

But when its finally time to leave, will Morgan be able to give up her new friends and return to the mundane?

VAMPIRES DRINK TOMATO JUICE is a humorous take on the urban paranormal world. It is filled with magic, adventure, a touch of romance, friendship, and the scariest place of all: High school. (Previously published under the title: My Life at the MBRC)

Title:Vampires Drink Tomato Juice
Edition Language:English

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  • Coyora Dokusho

    GREAT!! But I got some quibbles. Typos, e.g. shotty instead of shoddy. LOVE POLYGON. Mary-Sue-ism... BLATANT MARY-SUE-ISM.Extremely funny!!!Dying for the next one!!!...

  • Jasey

    *Warning: may contain minor spoilers* I am very happy that I decided to pick this book up. I loved the characters, I loved the story, and I LOVED how often it was able to make me laugh! Okay, okay the...

  • Jessie

    I loved Morgan! After learning that her substitute teacher is a vampire, and the new student a werewolf, Morgan is taken to the Magical Beings Rehabilitation Center to have her memory wiped. The siren...

  • W.R. Gingell

    I honestly don't know how to rate this, so I'm not going to try. It was fun, funny, and weird--which is a pretty good trifecta in my book. Read in between writing spurts to give myself some off time, ...

  • Lynn

    This was a fun read but it did have some issues. I rounded up with a very generous 4 star rating. This was probably closer to a 3 star.I have read other books by this author but I can tell this is her...

  • Jasey

    Review to come! With blabbering and me trying to explain how great this is of course!...

  • Pascale

    So fun! I didn’t think I would like it but took a chance and once I started reading I couldn’t put it down! I see there are a couple of sequels so I will definitely be reading those too....

  • C.S.

    OMG, why didn't I start this book sooner? I've read and enjoyed a few of K.M. Shea's other books. I had this on my list to read eventually. It just didn't sound like my normal thing. Boy was I wrong. ...

  • Mary

    One of those books where you go to Check out book 2 and find out there isn't one. Humor, action, and a teen heroine whose persona makes you think high school wasn't all bad...I can see this as a movie...

  • Teya Peck

    I absolutely LOVED this book. Creative, fun, light, and yummy. It's youthful, but I loved it. It was unexpected and clever. I would recommend it to anybody of all ages. Including my 8 year old. So cut...