Big Vamp on Campus

Big Vamp on Campus In Molly Harper s newest paranormal romantic comedy set in her beloved Half Moon Hollow a vampire princess must learn how to navigate life as a college student including living with her messy annoyi

  • Title: Big Vamp on Campus
  • Author: Molly Harper
  • ISBN: 9781476794556
  • Page: 163
  • Format: ebook
  • In Molly Harper s newest paranormal romantic comedy set in her beloved Half Moon Hollow, a vampire princess must learn how to navigate life as a college student including living with her messy, annoying, frustrating new roommate.Ophelia Lambert, four hundred year old vampire princessand college freshman, suddenly finds herself domesticated by humans and forced to suffer thIn Molly Harper s newest paranormal romantic comedy set in her beloved Half Moon Hollow, a vampire princess must learn how to navigate life as a college student including living with her messy, annoying, frustrating new roommate.Ophelia Lambert, four hundred year old vampire princessand college freshman, suddenly finds herself domesticated by humans and forced to suffer the indignities of dorm rooms, communal bathrooms, and a roommate with sticky fingers As one of the hundreds of undead venturing into post secondary education, Ophelia has a lot to learn that just undead studies she has to learn to get along with her fellow vampire classmates and worst of all, her human ones, along with getting back into the good graces of the World Council for the Equal Treatment of the Undead Can this once all powerful vampire princess balance classes and campus life with romance, human and vampire relations, and not sinking her teeth into her annoying roommate With her distinct, captivating style, RT Book Reviews Molly Harper demonstrates that she is one of the best voices in paranormal romance.

    One thought on “Big Vamp on Campus”

    1. Short novella. There was a mystery left hanging. I'm left to wonder if this will come up later. It was cute and in ways unpredictable. I thought a few times things would head down a path and then they didn't. I love this author. I normally don't read novellas, but I did this one. I wasn't disappointed. It kept me entertained.

    2. After hiring an assassin to kill a romantic rival, Ophelia lost her job as the head of the vampire council. As penance she is forced to enrol in college and live in the campus housing with all that entailsom-mates, shared bathroom and petty theft. But the worst of all, the guy she loves, the one she hired the assassin for is suddenly more interested in going to the gym with his bros, watching football and drinking beer from a yard glass. When building conflict into a story it's not all that unco [...]

    3. DNF at 50%. I guess I don't care enough about Ophelia to get into this short. Oh well I'm sure I'll enjoy the next full length novel.

    4. This is a novella-length entry in the Half-Moon Hollow series, which is a spin-off of the Jane Jameson series. It's told from the point-of-view of Ophelia, who has been the "bad" guy for most of the books to date. (As much of a bad guy you get in a light and fluffy paranormal romance comedy series anyway).For spoilery reasons Ophelia is no longer the boss of the local vampire group and is instead going to college and being forced to stay on campus in a residence hall. Which is all kind of rough [...]

    5. Fun and funny, just like I anticipated. Pretty much if it's Molly Harper's paranormal books and Amanda Ronconi narrating the audio just shut up and take my money. Total happy place. Amanda makes everything better and Molly sure knows how to write funny vampires. Though, I will admit this one turns it up to an '11' centuries old vampire forced into 'residence hall' living on a college campus with an emo Twilight newbie vampire as a roomate. *yeah buddy* *grabs the popcorn* Ophelia you are one ser [...]

    6. 4-4.5 starsThis was a really good story. I actually ended up liking Ophelia a lot more than I thought I would. Ophelia is a 400 year old vampire that was turned in her teens so she looks permanently young. She transformed her (much) younger sister because she didn't want to lose her and got censured for it but was allowed to keep Georgie. Ophelia worked for the Vampire Council for years and gained much power but also was constantly looking over her shoulder from others wanting her power. Ophelia [...]

    7. Finally the Jamie and Ophelia story we've been waiting for. This was more Ophelia's than Jamie's, but she's had more of a life to tell about anyway, and more recent upheaval too. The idea of hundreds of years-old, stuck up Ophelia living in a college dorm, with a roommate, was innately funny, and seeing how it played out was enjoyable. I liked the insight into her insecurity, and her history and relationship with her little sister, Georgie. And seeing why her anxious, overly analytical ways were [...]

    8. I got such a kick seeing Ophelia trying to fit into the college scene. It was a whole new world for her. She had to learn how to make friends, and deal with Jamie having friends. I kind of felt bad for her trying to organize time with Jamie when he had so much going on.Ophelia didn't really scare me in the other books, and I also didn't dislike her. I think it was her little sister that swayed me into liking her somewhat. So seeing her out of her element made me feel a bit bad for her, even thou [...]

    9. I was a bit disappointed in this novella. Since we already knew the characters of Ophelia and Jamie, we should have jumped right in and gotten more out of this story. It ended up being more of a filler and a lead in to the next novel coming out in 2017 The Accidental Sire.Big Vamp on Campus focuses on Jane Jamison-Nightengale’s “child” Jamie and his girlfriend, Ophelia, as they start their first term at the local college now that they are catering to undead students. We met Jamie in Nice G [...]

    10. Big Vamp on Campus is a fun “slice of life” with a side of growing pains. We get to see how vampire baddie Ophelia Lambert is dealing with being cut off from her precious Council. It’s definitely not the best place to start the series, although I think it can be enjoyed by a newbie as a standalone short. However, to understand the full impact of Ophelia’s banishment, one really needs to see her when she was at her prime, welding power for the Council.I didn’t think I’d ever really li [...]

    11. I decided to get on audiobook as I had stuff to do.As always I love anything by Molly Harper, Opelia is my least favourite character but I still enjoyed this so it gets 4*'s!

    12. 4 stars--About the book: Release Date June 6, 2016You've asked for years when Ophelia and Jamie would get their own story and now it's here! How will Ophelia adjust to living in a dorm room now that she has been banished from the Council and forced to matriculate at college with Jamie? Communal showers! Horrible, pretentious roommates! Humans who try to be FRIENDS! The horror!•••••••REVIEW: BIG VAMP ON CAMPUS by Molly Harper follows four hundred year old vampire Ophelia Lambert as [...]

    13. 4 stars--About the book: Release Date June 6, 2016You've asked for years when Ophelia and Jamie would get their own story and now it's here! How will Ophelia adjust to living in a dorm room now that she has been banished from the Council and forced to matriculate at college with Jamie? Communal showers! Horrible, pretentious roommates! Humans who try to be FRIENDS! The horror!•••••••REVIEW: BIG VAMP ON CAMPUS by Molly Harper follows four hundred year old vampire Ophelia Lambert as [...]

    14. Review at The Book Nympho:thebooknympho/2017/01/big-This is a special review which is akin to Jennifer's Read It, Track It where I am reading books for the COYER Winter Storm Challenge.The Half-Moon Hollow series has been somewhat hit or miss for me. But what is always a home run is Molly Harper's humor and the narration of Amanda Ronconi. And Dick Cheney.  I did read Big Vamp on Campus rather than listening, but I may go back and add the audio.I enjoyed learning more about Ophelia. Her reactio [...]

    15. This was a nice trip into the lives of some of our Half-moon Hollow and Jane Jameson's people. With the cover being of a guy, I thought it would be in Jamie's POV but it was told 1st person in Ophelia's POV which I'm really glad of now. Jamie is easy to understand but even listening to Ophelia's thoughts, she is harder to understand. Her snark and humor made me a convert as I have really disliked her at points in the past and wanted better for Jamie. I thought this put them together nicely thoug [...]

    16. Better than i thought it would be. Short, sweet and simple.I felt that Ophelia retained more of her personality from the previous books than I thought she would.Now let me rant a bit (and possibly illegibly) about age differences in Vampire books:The creepy thing about age difference in my opinion is not that one person LOOKS older and the other person looks younger. In my mind it's mainly uneven amounts of experience that bothers me. So when a four-hundred year old woman stalks and seduces a se [...]

    17. I will admit that this one took me a little bit longer to get into than the others in this series. Ophelia has never been my favorite character, though she has her moments. I never was chanting and hopeful that she'd have her own book or anything. I wasn't even a huge fan of the input she'd had on several recent stories. That said, this one did end up growing on me a bit and by the end I did enjoy it overall.I do have a few unanswered questions, but I'm guessing they might come up in later books [...]

    18. Actual Rating: 4.5 Stars‘I was Ophelia freaking Lambert. I was the Terror of Amsterdam and the inspiration for the Hall and Oates song “Maneater.” And I was going to stop feeling sorry for myself.’Finally!!! Fans of the Half-Moon Hollow series have been asking for more about Ophelia and Jamie’s unlikely match-up. And just like she did by accommodating us with Dick and Andrea’s story in Fangs For The Memories, Molly Harper has delivered a novella sharing details about vampiress Opheli [...]

    19. Get ready to actually LIKE Ophelia for the first time ever! She's funny, cute, normal, quirky, smart and easy to like. She has normal insecurities and worries. She overreacts - which in vampire terms means beat the **** out of those who piss her off. But all the same. she's so likeable! I really enjoyed this book! But who will be the ultimate nemesis now? She was the main baddie left in the series! Guess I'll have to listen more to find out! Loving Molly Harper and loving Amanda Ronconi's narrat [...]

    20. Ophelia is forced into living at a University Campus and sharing a bedroom! Oh, the horror!This short story was entertaining but I was surprised when it ended because there were a couple of questions left open. Why would someone want Ophelia's contacts in the area? Who really is the hipster vampire? Is it supposed to be revealed in another installment? I also missed the mystery and something to solve, this was very linear. Funny but linear.

    21. I really liked this -- which is surprising -- as Ophelia wasn't a favorite. But it had a strong message in the way she had to evolve to let others in & not cling to her 2 established relationships.I do think what's her chippie -- the curly haired admin -- asked for the list (for nefarious purposes) and not Jane.

    22. OMG, I think I just fell into "like" with Ophelia Never thought that would happen. Hope to see more of this side of her in the future. And the excerpt of the next book was great and I can't wait till it comes out.

    23. A fun Half Moon Hollow novella featuring Ophelia! She is actually a vampire being lol. This was a fun read and I enjoyed getting to know another side of the usually manipulative Ophelia. Five glittery stars!

    24. 2.5Stars The first half was mostly annoying- then Olivia stopped whining and started acting Though I am still not quite sure what I gained by reading the novella. Guess the next book maybe features Ben? Or one of the girl crew? Both? Anyhow, looking forward to it

    25. 3.5 Stars. Very enjoyable read. I actually like Ophelia. It has a bit on an abrupt ending, though. And the sneak peek of a book that isn't even available yet is downright diabolical.

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