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DRINK DEEP
by Chloe Neill

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Three cheers for the Chicagoland Vampire series and Neill’s latest addition! The story picks up where Hard Bitten left off: Merit is mourning the loss of Ethan. It’s a loss that permeates her spirit and sets the tone for the book. Yet Neill manages to keep the action going and the tension tight as Merit struggles to fulfill her obligations and make sense of the ever-changing world around her.

Merit is still reeling from the death of Ethan when all heck breaks out in Chicago. The river and lake have turned black and are sucking magic from the city. Cadogan House is falling apart under the rule of a GP-appointed jerk.

Merit’s loyalties are changing and it’s tearing her apart. Every change pulls her further from her connection to Ethan. As friends and loyalties change, Merit may not be prepared for the biggest change of all: The loss of a friend and a renewed love. (NAL, Nov., 368 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: NAL

Published: November 2011

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