The latest installment in Harper’s Jane Jameson series definitely delivers as Jane gets ready to make some big steps in her undead life. The story is fraught with delicious tension over the wedding, Gabriel’s safety and the meanness that is Grandma Ruthie. Only Jane could see her family through a situation with so many bad possible outcomes.

When Jane’s friend Jaime is hurt in an accident, Jane can either turn him into a vampire, or let him die. It seems like a no-brainer at the time. But now Jane’s got to deal with her family, her wedding plans and a brand-new vampire and his very alive, very confused family. Then Grandma Ruthie passes away and decides to haunt her former home — which just happens to be the one Jane is living in. Will Jane’s wedding to Gabriel survive a nasty Granny poltergeist, as well as someone aiming an arrow straight for her groom’s heart? (POCKET, Feb., 368 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Terri Dukes