Saturday, March 21, 2015

Fashionably Dead in Diapers (Hot Damned #4) by Robyn Peterman


And I thought being half Vampyre/half Demon was hard…That’s nothing compared to being a mother. Sweet baby Moses in a boob tube, there aren’t any books on raising True Immortals so let me give you a few tips…
~Make a map of every closet and bathroom in your home if you enjoy having sex. Sleep deprivation can cause confusion and a map will help if you only have seven minutes and thirty-one seconds. You’re welcome.
~Parenting books are useless if you're not human. If your child is half Vampyre/ half Demon I would suggest not using parenting books at all--they can backfire like a mother humper. Trust me on this.
~Have sex.
~When your child tells you he has an imaginary friend, do not discount this as fantasy. Often times your child isn't imagining anything. If he persists with alarming and violent stories about this fictional buddy it's probably a Troll. Do a thorough search of your home and kill it. Decapitation works best. Some imaginary friends are harmless. However, it's wise not to take chances.
~Have sex again.
~When in large crowds, make sure you hold tight to your child's hand. Losing a child in an amusement park is terrifying. If you're truly paranoid a parent could consider putting a chip in their child. If you do this don't discuss it at dinner parties. People will think you are weird.
~At least cuddle.
~Playing with dolls is fun. Being one? No so much. If your child ever finds a Genie in a bottle, flush it immediately. Many children wish for things that are very difficult to being doll sized. If this happens, move to Oz. There are many people of small stature there. And yes, it really does exist.
~Find a closet and go to town.

My review:

Another foul mouthed, freekin’ hilarious, laugh out loud adventure with Astrid, Ethan, their baby and friends.  The title headings are funny child rearing tips and Astrid is a total hoot whether she knows who she is or not.  When a Vampyre/half Demon and a Vampyre Prince have a True Immortal as a child things are going to happen.  Just look at Astrid’s totally dysfunctional family.  But Astrid is determined to be a great mother and f*@k anyone who gets in her way.  When their son is stolen by the fairies Astrid, Ethan, and friends head to Xanthia to get him back and hilarity and mayhem ensue.  This book isn’t for those without a funny bone.  I loved it.

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