“Dead If I Do” is book four in Tate Hallaway’s series about a witch who’s finally found her perfect man, uh vampire. In this latest tale, Garnet and Sebastian are ready to tie the knot but it appears someone may have put a curse on their wedding since everything from cakes to dresses seems to be going wrong! And when Sebastian’s ex-lover, mother of his son, apparently now a zombie shows up…well Garnet’s pretty sure her life is NOT going well.
This series is chicklit meets the paranormal with occasional steamy sex thrown in for good measure. I’ve kept up with the series since I picked up the first book, “Tall, Dark & Dead”. I like the laughter and sheer zaniness it provides and Hallaway’s writing and pacing only sweeten the deal for me. You won’t cry or sniffle or chew your nails reading this series–instead you’ll likely laugh til you’re red in the face. It’s written in first person, but I haven’t had any problems keeping characters or thoughts straight and I think the first person voice has even helped Sebastian and his son keep their ‘mystique’. I DO recommend not reading the series in public though…unless you don’t mind people staring at you while you snort and laugh.