Originally posted on Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/reviews/Jan10/it%27savampirething.DC.html
After Desdemona Smitrovitch nearly kills the Life Mate of the man she wants for the umpteenth time, she’s banished from her clan until she redeems herself. But Desi has no desire to be a good girl…err…vampire. She’s a b*tch and she loves it and no one can tell her otherwise. Especially not do-gooder Jarrod Stanislavski, a vampire who seems hell-bent on sexually frustrating Desi into good behavior. Stranded in Jarrod’s cabin with no place to go and no one to talk to except her tempting warden, Desi uncovers a secret about herself that could change everything.
Desi may have been a very bad vampire, but “Doing Desi” is one very good story. After reading “It’s a Vampire Thing,” I couldn’t wait to see how Dakota Cassidy would turn her nasty villain into a heroine. Desi is more complex than even she realizes, and I won’t spoil the story by revealing why. Suffice it to say “Doing Desi” takes a few twists and turns as Desi and Jarrod argue their way to happily ever after. Whether its protagonists are bickering, biting, or [rhymes with hanging], “Doing Desi” is an exhilarating tale.