I read this snippet and really liked it! Kimberly Pauley seems to have a great humor to her writing which I really like.
Myth: Vampires are anti-social creatures.
Truth: Hey, we’re as friendly as the next fanged bloodsucker.
I hate airports. Actually, I hate airport security. I especially hate that point where you have to empty your pockets of everything, step through some weird time-machine looking contraption, and smile politely or risk being frisked by total strangers. But mostly I hate the part where everyone takes off their shoes.
Having a vampire-ized supersniffer really, really, really sucks sometimes.
“Whew!” wheezes Uncle Mortie in my ear. “Do I sense a touch of brie there? Or some Camembert?” He elbows me and wiggles his eyebrows at a guy standing in front of us in purple and blue argyle socks with a hole in the heel.
“You’ve just got France on the brain,” I whisper back a lot more quietly. It’s not like it’s the guy’s fault we can smell his feet so clearly. “Besides, smells more like Fritos to me.”
“Oh, I don’t know. I think I detect a whiff of something cheesy,” says George, bumping me with his hip. I grin at him and tilt my head up for a quick kiss.
“Yeah, the two of you,” says Uncle Mortie, sniffing. “Total cheese, as you would say, Mina.”
“You’re just jealous,” I say, grinning at him. There’s no way Uncle Mortie is going to spoil my day. After all, I’m on the way to Paris, France,
city of love with my boyfriend.
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