• The Vampire's Sunny Sweetheart

  • Nocturne Falls, Book 14
  • By: Kristen Painter
  • Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
  • Length: 9 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (369 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Nocturne Falls, the town where Halloween is celebrated 365 days a year. The tourists think it's all a show: the vampires, the werewolves, the witches, the occasional gargoyle flying through the sky. But the supernaturals populating the town know better.

Living in Nocturne Falls means being yourself. Fangs, fur, and all.

Sunday Wells comes from a long line of powerful witches, but that doesn’t explain why she’s plagued by dark shadows everywhere she looks. It’s not a great way to live, especially for a preschool teacher with young, impressionable minds to watch over. Desperate to get control of her questionable powers, she gets help from the only reliable source she can think of: her very powerful great-aunt Alice Bishop. But what Sunni finds out about herself will change everything. 

Vampire Lorenzo Robillard has dedicated his life to rescuing kidnapped children. It’s dangerous work with high stakes, and Ren ends up with a lot of enemies. Like the European crime boss who’s currently after him. With a target on his back, Ren runs to the safest haven he knows, his distant great-aunt Elenora Ellingham. But his troubles are far from over, and not just because there’s a woman in his aunt’s house he wasn’t counting on.

Sunny and Ren clash like night and day. They’re so very different. And yet, so much alike. Love isn’t something either of them wanted, but the heart wields a magic neither of them can control....

©2022 Kristen Painter (P)2022 Kristen Painter

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The Vampire’s Sunny Sweetheart is book 14 in the Nocturne Falls series. Every time I read a new Nocturne Falls book or a spin off series book, it feels like going home again. I love this series and the Jayne Frost series so much.

This book introduced some new characters. Our main characters are Elenora Ellingham’s nephew, Lorenzo (Ren), and Alice Bishop’s niece, Sunday (Sunny). For different reasons, they both end up at Elenora’s home (where Alice also lives) at the same time for an extended visit. At first they don’t hit it off, but then sparks fly. Of course, as with all Nocturne Falls books, there is a bit of a mystery where someone is out to get one of them and the town and family bands together to find out who and why, and handle the problem.

We got some wonderful catch ups for other characters and see some new babies in the mix. This book was excellent. I didn’t want to put it down and listened to it all in one day. The narration was excellent as always. BJ does such a great job with the Nocturne Falls characters.

The only thing that I wish would have been different is the ending. I really crave an epilogue with these books. I need more. I am never ready to say goodbye and I would like to see a little of what is next for them.

Now I am back to waiting for the next book to release. I’ll be counting the months. Someone needs to turn this series into a television series so I can watch and rewatch.

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AMAZING!!!

Another AMAZING Novel in the Nocturne Falls Series! Action, Suspense and the perfect love story. Absolutely Wonderful!!

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Cozy paranormal

Good cozy paranormal. Mystery, danger, romance along with a variety of shifters. I will read more of the series.

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Absolutely adore this one!

I was so discouraged when I read a negative review, but I quickly learned that person must be nuts because this was another fabulous book with fantastic narration. I look forward to seeing these characters in the future in my beloved town of Nocturne Falls. Cheers to you Kristen Painter! Keep ‘em coming girl!

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Amazing!!!

I am in love with this book!!! It was funny, real and a twist of mystery. Please make more!!!

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i can't get enough of Nocturne Falls!!!

these are my Favorite cozy books EVER! can't say one negative thing. I want to live in Nocturne Falls and eat sweets at Delaneys everyday.

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Awesome Story!

I loved this storyline, it was one of the best NF stories to date! Thank you Kristen Painter for this wonderful book,
As always B.J. Harrison was Phenomenal!

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Another great one!!!

Another great one from Kristen Painter. Can't wait for more to come in this series.

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#14 and Maybe the Best

It is such a pleasure to listen to ALL of Kristen Painter's books and B.J. Harrison's narration. I'm envious of those listeners who have not listened to them all. Kristen's imagination never disappoints. I wish she could write a book a week, and she IS terribly prolific, but Nocturn Falls is my favorite place to vacay from the crazy world and busyness that surrounds us. If you're already a fan, this is another great listen. If you're new to Nocturn Falls, jump in here, or at the beginning. You'll love this world.

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I discovered Krstin Painter about a year ago and immediately went from number 1 to 13 within a month and was greatly disappointed to see that she had not done a number 14 I then entered nocturne's universe and read all of those books. I was extraordinarily happy to see that she had written a 14th book. Now I'm biting at the bit for number 15

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Yet another wonderful story from Nocturne Falls

I have many of the Nocturne Falls stories in both kindle and audio and just LOVE them, they are perfect listening and I have to give a massive shout out to the narrator - so few men can do female voices well but he's brilliant and he moves smoothly between characters making sure each has a recognisable voice.

I found these books by accident and am now addicted to the weirdness of the place and people that live there. The fact that we always manage to catch up with some of the original cast and their lives adds to the interest of the ongoing story.

Can't recommend this whole series enough