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Friday Night Bites (Chicagoland Vampires Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This book still didn't have any sex scenes but all the snarky comments & the tension between Merit & Ethan is enough to keep me interested.
One of Merit's former friends from when she was human & a little girl was the feature of this mystery; she also found out a little tidbit about them too. Her friend Mallory was also in this book for a brief time as she was sent away to do some more hands on training in becoming a sorcerer. Morgan the Master of House Navarre who tricked her into going out on a date with him is no longer part of her love life as he was suspicious of her & Ethan but also because he wants her to tell him things that she feels that she can't because of her job for her House.
Celina who was captured in the 1st book is also on the loose & has threatened Merit with the taking of all she holds dear. But, it's a mystery of how she is planning to do that.
Merit also finally told Ethan about her vampire as another entity in her. She also challenged him again but his punishment of that is to make a happy bookworm more social.
This book was very good & I do believe that I will continue to read this series.
Yet Neill is actually a decent writer from a technical perspective. She needs a collaborator. I'm positive that she could write some fantastic scenes if led in that direction. I guess I've kept reading because it feels like the main character has a lot of potential for development, and that Neill has a world that she wants to fully realize.
As I stated in my first book, and allude to above, it's a very odd world she's created. It's so relentlessly collectivist. It seems that the shapeshifter, sorceror and vampire communities each have fairly overbearing governing systems that tolerate little or no deviation from the heirarchy. It seems like you do what you're told, or else. Even the supposed "rogue" vampires seem perfectly willing to accept the vampire order of things and work to maintain it.
And, unfortunately, you have to wade though page after page of oogling and gushing over sexxy men that is worthy of a group of teenaged girls, and relationship drama that got old somewhere in high school or college.
It starts out with Merit moving into the House with her Master, and all of the other vampires. Her relationship with Mallory is changing now because of everything going on in their lives. Which by the way I now can not stand Mallory. I don't want to give to much away, but I think she is selfish! Anyways, Merit has to do more for her house, and prove once again that she can be trusted, and she is going to do everything she can to protect her house. But Merit is hiding something, she and her "vampire" are having problems, it's like there is Merit, then there is vampire Merit, and she doesn't know who to talk to about it, or what to do now. And things just keep piling up for her when they find they have another traitor in the house, and Celina is being released. There is just so much stuff going on in this book it makes your head spin, in a really good way of course.
I really love Merit. She is my favorite character, and I love how she isn't giving up no matter what everyone thinks of her, and she's going to keep going through all of the trials, and dramas. I also like Ethan even though I do not understand him sometimes. I think he secretly has more feelings for Merit than he is even willing to admit to himself, but I can not get a read on him in the book. Sometimes I wish it was in his POV so we could see what he's thinking about.
I'm also glad there seemed to be a little less Mallory in this book, besides the drama in it at one point in time, but other than that she's not a huge person in this one. I just do not like her, but I love Catcher, he is extremely awesome. Along with the rest of the gang Lindsey, Luc, and Jeff they all make a really great team, and I can not wait to read more!! I highly recommend this series, and this book! It is a must read!
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