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First in a brand new series about a Chicago graduate student?s introduction into a society of vampires.

Sure, the life of a graduate student wasn?t exactly glamorous, but it was Merit?s. She was doing fine until a rogue vampire attacked her. But he only got a sip before he was scared away by another bloodsucker?and this one decided the best way to save her life was to make her the walking undead.

Turns out her savior was the master vampire of Cadogan House. Now she?s traded sweating over her thesis for learning to fit in at a Hyde Park mansion full of vamps loyal to Ethan ?Lord o? the Manor? Sullivan. Of course, as a tall, green-eyed, four-hundred- year-old vampire, he has centuries? worth of charm, but unfortunately he expects her gratitude? and servitude. But an inconvenient sunlight allergy and Ethan?s attitude are the least of her concerns. Someone?s still out to get her. Her initiation into Chicago?s nightlife may be the first skirmish in a war?and there will be blood.

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Some Girls Bite
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4.2 / 5
Loved the characters and world building
April 8th, 2015
As reviewed on KayFrayBooks It would have been easy for Merit to slip into the role of whiny heroine. I’ve found that a lot of books lean towards the complainer, mistaking complaints as angst or even conflict to keep the plot interesting, I am happy to report that it was not the case with Some Girls Bite. Sure, Merit feels some growing pains. Who wouldn’t? But what does she do? She gets up, dusts herself off, and does what needs to be done… with her own Merit flair of course. I loved the world building. Mostly because it was our world, with one difference. Less than a year ago, vampires stopped hiding. And magic is known as a real thing. Ok, so it is very different, but only because of that. The world hasn’t adapted yet to the existence of these myths. We get to see society evolve, see how they handle seeing what they have always believed turn false. I really like that the vampires don’t act surprised about the human aggression and distaste toward them. They seem to understand that acceptance on this scale has a steep learning curve. The editing is flawless or close enough that it makes no nevermind. The characters are deep and well developed. They feel real, which is saying something since they are vampires. Merit follows the rules, mostly, and gives respect to Ethan, mostly, but she just has this witty way about her where she can rag on him without actually disrespecting him. Tricky business that.
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Some girls bite by chloe neill
February 22nd, 2015
Couldnt put it down and looking forward to the next in the series. The pot moves well and the characters are enjoyable.
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