by Carmen Caine
Cassidy Edwards was born when she shouldn't have been. Her mother was pregnant with her when she was changed into a vampire, which should have meant that Cassidy died before she had a chance to be born. Instead, Cassidy was not only born, but she was born a monster.
She doesn't crave blood. She can barely tolerate human food. She only really feeds off the mana that every person carries around. Luckily for her, she only needs a brief contact to get the sustenance she needs.
Unluckily for her, she tried to feed off the wrong man.
Now she's been forced into a contract with that man to search for a dangerous vampire with a werewolf, a demon, and an addicted imp.
Maybe she can do this, but it would really help if she knew what the hell she was supposed to do.
Final thoughts: Interesting story with a few good parts. I can see a lot of potential here, but Cassidy's naivete about her own existence and life is frustrating, as is her single-mindedness about revenge. There's a soap opera quality to the story that gets a little strange. I'm interested in the next one, but I may not even remember that I wanted to read it when it does come out.