Friday Night Bites

Friday Night Bites

Paperback - 2014
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New vampire Merit acts as a liaison between humans and bloodsuckers in an effort to keep the more unsavory aspects of the vampire lifestyle out of the media, but finds that not everyone wants peace between the two races.
Publisher: New York : Roc/Penguin Group : New American Library, [2014]
ISBN: 9780451469960
Characteristics: 340 p. ; 18 cm.


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Aug 26, 2014

so far so good

Mar 24, 2012

I love this series. Keep reading! Without giving anything away, it ain't over till the fat lady sings. Urban Fantasy has become a huge genre with some really terrible writers, so I was thrilled to find Chloe Neill. She is bright and literate and funny, and her writing keeps getting better (which is not always the case).

Aug 17, 2011

Another great instalment in this series. Merit is kicking serious butt & makes some discoveries about how she came to be but with all the changes comes some sadness as she finds some of her oldest friends slipping away in their wake.

Jul 28, 2011

If you are reading this series you should stop now while it is still good. I loved these books, the characters were great, it was an easy read I could not wait until I got my hands on the next book. And then I read Hard Bitten, and vowed that I would never read nor recomend anyone to read this series ever. If you are reading it be advised you will be disappointed and heartbroken, there is no HEA here, don't look for one. In fact stop reading now!! I would not recomend this book to anyone unless you want to be upset that you wasted all that time conecting with the characters...

Jul 14, 2010

A disappointing sequel.
Somewhere in this novel, a vampire story is struggling to break free from a smothering morass of boy-girl sparring and romantic relationship angst.

Oct 30, 2009

It's official. I'm addicted to this series and July 2010 cannot come fast enough for the third book of this series to be released.

Merit is still stubborn and snarky but she's not the same girl that we met in the first book. She's stronger and while 'Darth Sullivan' still ticks her off she's committed herself to him and the house. And that's where we run into the problem. Her relationship with both Morgan and Mallory becomes strained as her commitment to Ethan and the house grows and her relationship becomes more and more complicated with Ethan.

I loved how complicated everything becomes as the book progresses. The first book was very open and closed where as this one leaves so much open, which is why I'm chomping at the bit to get my hands on book 3.

Neill is refreshing in the way she writes. She melds her description, character's emotions and their dialogue fantastically. The dance between Ethan and Merit is so wonderfully done you're cheering for them but then not. I don't know who I want her with. I love Morgan but with this book you get to see a bit more to Ethan.

This may seem a bit odd to add to a review but I love the words Neill uses. She often simplifies by pulling out a bigger word rather then stringing to get a phrase to get the same affect. And yes, there were a few times I need to bust out the dictionary to know what the word meant, I loved that.

If you haven't picked up this series do so! It's one series that when I start the book I can't put it down.


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Aug 12, 2011

Caroline Merit made into a vampire against her will (because she was dying) by a master vampire Ethan Sullivan. She is now Sentinel for his house. Conflicted love story.


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