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Zen and the Art of Vampires by Katie MacAlister
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Nov 12, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: paranormal, romance
Read in January, 2009

A good solid start to a new series about MacAlister's Dark Ones aka vampire analog. In this novel, we have a woman who knows nothing about the paranormal at the start of the book, who has insecurities about her weight, and who has the horrid problem of having to choose between two handsome men who might be murderers.

Suddenly, she is propelled into the supernatural of MacAlister's world and must decide between the cult that wants her to be its Zorya (sort of like Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a light killing power who can send ghosts to the afterlife) and the handsome men that the cult wants to kill.

The book doesn't follow the boy meet girl, loses girl, and gets her back formula, which is definitely a plus. I'm looking forward to the next installment that comes in May.

Oh, and for those who have read the prior books we have cameos from other Dark Ones in this series.

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