First Impression:Nice twist on vampire lore. Cute cover. Seemed like it had quite a bit going for it. Was really hoping for some humor.While Reading:I really, really wanted to like Jane Jones: Worst. Vampire. Ever. The summary seems to promise a funny, quirky take on the vampire lore which is different than most vampire offerings. But what I got, was a tale that seemed to try a little too hard.After finishing the last page, my brain has been trying to sort out my feelings for Jane Jones. Part of me loved that Jane was completely different than most vampires. She is not socially perfect. She is awkward. And to top everything off, she is allergic to most blood. Some vampire, huh? But despite all this, I still found myself struggling to like her. I mean who wants the "perfect" vampire? With all them out there, I was excited to see something a little different. But in a way, St. Onge went a little overboard in trying to make Jane different. She was so different that I struggled to relate to her at all.Final Verdict:Jane Jones: Worst. Vampire. Ever. is not a book that I would normally pick up. Honestly, I am a little over all the vampire craze. Yes, I still do enjoy the vampire myth and stories about it. But the trend has been so popular in the past few years that I am burned out. However, I am glad that I did read this one. St. Onge creates a new type of vampire that brings something a little different to this world. Janes Jones is not a vampire that you will probably meet every day. And for that alone, I would recommend it... but only to certain readers.