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FRIDAY NIGHT BITES
by Chloe Neill

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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Proving that her debut was no fluke, Neill continues to build a world where newly revealed vampires and humans have an uneasy truce. Exploring this world through feisty and funny newbie vampire Merit's eyes, she reveals a mix of the funny, the treacherous and the dangerous. This qualifies as first-rate fun!

Still adjusting to her new life as a vampire, Merit is also trying to get a handle on her job as sentinel of the Cadogan House. She continues to butt heads with her maker, sexy master vampire Ethan Sullivan.

A new threat has arisen that could result in dangerously bad press for the vampire community. A reporter is supposedly going to write about vampire raves, where human blood is definitely spilt. The reporter is an old friend and a member of the upper-class Chicago society that Merit's human family inhabits. That means she's going to have to use her connections and wade back into the venomous world of the mega-rich! (NAL, Oct., 368 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: NAL

Published: October 2009

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