Mini-Review: Better Off Red by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Who thought that having your roommate drag you into joining a sorority would be so neck bitingly fun?


Every sorority has its secrets…

And college freshman Ginger Carmichael couldn’t care less. She has more important things on her mind, like maintaining her perfect GPA. No matter how much she can’t stand the idea of the cliques and the matching colors, there’s something about the girls of Alpha Beta Omega—their beauty, confidence, and unapologetic sexuality—that draws Ginger in. But once initiation begins, Ginger finds that her pledge is more than a bond of sisterhood, it’s a lifelong pact to serve six bloodthirsty demons with a lot more than nutritional needs.

Despite her fears, Ginger falls hard for the immortal queen of this nest, and as the semester draws to a close, she sees that protecting her family from the secret of her forbidden love is much harder than studying for finals.

I have to preface this review with this statement: I have fallen in love and her name is Rebekah Weatherspoon. I do not say this often as the last time this happened it was…12 years ago – and I read A LOT. I loved the writing, the story, the inner conflicts of the girls, and of course the love story of Ginger and Camila in Better Off Red.

The story did not feel rushed or cramped with all of the characters and their stories – everything fell evenly into place. Now if you have read any of my other reviews, then you know I am all about the sex and Weatherspoon brings it (thank you, thank you).

This is a book you do not want to put down and when finished you are looking for her next one.

I got this book from my library. I love my local library and you should check out yours too. Request LGBTQ+ books and they will stock them! #ebooksforall 

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Books in the “Vampire Sorority Sisters Series”:

#1.5 Women of The Dark Streets: Lesbian Paranormal Anthology

#2 Blacker Than Blue

#3 Soul To Keep

Further Details:
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, 2011
Pages: 348
Narrator: Kiera Grace

Editor’s Note: edited with updated content & PR standard formatting on 17 March 2020.


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