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The hero and heroine are both supposed to be vampires, but apart from having pointy teeth, this vampirism seems to have no impact on the story - or their lives - whatsoever. They eat scones and drink tea, go out in sunlight, liver perfectly normal, human lives. She's even clumsy and one of the first things she does in the book is lose her balance, fall over, bump her head, and lose consciousness. It continues in that rather contrived and predictable vein (if you'll forgive the vampire pun) for a bit, at which point I gave up and deleted it off my kindle. There's no real romantic tension, no suspense, and no gothic elements.
I've made this complaint before and it is perhaps my bête noire - stories where the characters are ordinary humans in everything but name. If you're going to make your characters vamps, and least make vampirism mean something (whether you use traditional mores to come up with your own).