Brooke Foster has spent most of her life dreaming about a man she can never be with-Lord Lysander, an English poet who mysteriously disappeared in 1825. Now a professor of literature, she publishes a scholarly study of the man whose work has become her obsession.
At a book signing, she meets a mysterious admirer who claims to know the answers to the very questions that have tantalized her for years. When she hears the amazing story of what really happened to Lord Lysander two centuries ago, Brooke realizes that her lifelong fantasy of meeting the poet himself, and revealing her love to him, might not be impossible after all.
Review: The Professor and Her Vampire is a very short read. I really enjoyed reading it and hated when the story ended.
I really love that no matter how many vampire books I’ve read, I always find something new about them. Every author puts their own little spin on them. Nothing is ever the same.
I loved reading about Brooke and Lord Lysander who goes by Alec. The instant connection that they both feel for each other. Alec has been looking for over two hundred years for someone to love and understand him. He finds it in Brooke.
Brooke has been in love with Alec all her life, well since she started reading his poems. When she started reading his poems and researched everything she could find out about him, she could tell the loneliness he felt. After he came back from his his year abroad his poems and work begin to get a darkness about them.
She never understood until a stranger came to one of her readings and then she found out his secret. I couldn’t imagine being able to meet one of my idols and finding out that I could spend my life with them.
I loved reading The Professor and Her Vampire I just really hated that it was so short. I really love Cassandra Pierce, the way she writes and brings out her characters is wonderful.