Friday Night Bites
by Chloe Neill
Just two months after unwillingly becoming a vampire, Merit is moving into Cadogan House to live with her fellow vamps and be closer to the person she's supposed to guard: the deliciously gorgeous Master, Ethan Sullivan (a.k.a. Darth Sullivan).
There's definite chemistry between her and her boss, but there's also chemistry with the new head of Navarre House, Morgan. So now Merit has a dangerous choice to make: date the boss or date the leader of the House that could be a real danger to the boss. Of course, they're both gorgeous, so that doesn't help/hurt at all.
In addition, there's been some talk of "raves" taking place where vamps drink humans straight from the vein, and where not all humans make it out alive. And a little bird has warned the vamps that a new human reporter is looking into the story and threatening to publish an exposé. Definitely not good for vamp publicity.
Worse for Merit is the fact that she knows the upstart journalist, so now she has to go back into that world of the rich and privileged, a world she ran from years ago, and get them to trust her so that she can help Ethan stop the story.
And to top it all off, the vamp Merit almost staked to a dusty end was released and is out to get a little revenge.
Nah! Being a vampire isn't hard at all...
Final thoughts: Quick, fun read. Merit's snark and the reactions of those around her are so spot-on fun that people can't help but side with her and wish others would just lighten up a bit. Great sequel to Some Girls Bite. I'm so running out to get book 3.