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Bitten to Death by Jennifer Rardin
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Jan 29, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: vampire-fiction, urban-fantasy

Jaz, Vayl, and Dave are in Greece working with Vayl's former Trust (think vampire nest) in an effort to resolve its compromised line of succession which has become entangled by an agreement of some sort with their longtime nemesis Edward Samos. Things are not what they seem and even the very house seems to be working magic against the team. Dave is drinking and very much off his game, Cole is texting every five minutes from his first solo mission halfway around the globe, and Jaz is uncharacteristically opening herself emotionally to everything from shapeshifters, to her human friends and, hard as it is to imagine it, to a slobbery overly large dog she names Jack. The plot of Bitten to Death is a little less weighty than some of the others, but this is counterbalanced by what it achieves in terms of character development. As ever, I remain unclear as to why the CIA cares about any of this, so am just determined to enjoy the ride. Don't overthink this series--just roll with it. And if you have any imagination at all, there's a head and torso-sized mask that features prominently and will positively creep the living hell out of you--in a most enjoyable fashion.

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