Title - Accidentally Dead, Again
Author - Dakota Cassidy
Series - Accidentals #6
Genre - Urban Fantasy
Published - June 5th 2012
Publisher - Berkley
Format - paperback
The girls are back this time with a strange vampire dropped on the doorsteps of the OOPs office. Other than having one crazy work party Sam wakes up in a dress after a one night stand to find out he's a vampire. As if that's not enough one of the councilors sisters just so happens to show up and he bites her butt. Now a stranger Phoebe is a vampire thanks to an accident but that's not all they aren't like any of the vampires in the area.
As the group deals with the surprise new vampires Nina has her own issues with her sister who she didn't know existed and is now a vampire showing up. While Phoebe didn't expect her sister to welcome her she hoped that they would have a chance to talk. As they learn that the vampire who made Sam mysteriously dies they start to investigate the company he's investigating learning that they may just be the ones who are making the vampire and time is running out.
I love that the prior girls keep showing up in each new book but we do have a couple that takes center stage. The chemistry between Sam and Phoebe is hot but at first she thinks he's in drag lol. It's a good thing that changes and they pair don't have to deny the attraction between them. Only Sam has a secret that may change everything that is if they make it out alive.
I've been a huge fan of the Accidental Friends series each book just keeps getting better and has new supernatural beings plus we get the prior characters intertwined. The urban fantasy concept is one of my favorite add in a happy ever after and a little humor it all just works out perfectly. I really enjoyed the twist on the vampires in Accidentally Dead, Again it jut works great. The characters are well developed and easy to connect with I just adore all the girls and the guys have all redeemed themselves. One of my favorite series each novel is captivating hard to put down and a beautifully written happy ever after. Highly recommend.