A new chapter in the New York Times bestselling Morganville Vampires saga.
Vampire musician Michael Glass has attracted the attention of a big- time producer who wants to cut a demo and play some gigs-which means Michael will have to enter the human world. For this, he's been assigned escorts that include both a dangerous immortal as well as Michael's all-too-human friends. And with that mix of personalities, this is going to be a road trip from hell...
This book was awesome, no other word for it. The latest installment in the Morganville Vampires Series packs the same punch as the books that come before it. It's got intense action, numerous adversaries, unlikely alliances, love, devotion, and loyal friendship. Looking for a book that you'll want to sink your teeth into? Look no further!
Kiss of Death follows our favorite foursome as they get to do the unthinkable: leave Morganville. Michael has been offered the opportunity of a lifetime, the chance to travel to Dallas to record some songs with a major company and Claire, Shane, and Eve are granted the right to accompany him. Only one small catch... they have to take an official escort and it's none other than major Morganville baddie, Oliver.
The road trip the characters are stoked about quickly becomes the road trip from hell as they deal with super angry rednecks, transportation going up in flames, and some renegade vamps from Morganville that are tired of following the rules. And just when it seems that things can't get any worse, a town is stumbled upon that has an infestation of vampires worse off than they've ever seen. Because what is worse than a normal Morganville Vamp? How about vampires that are absolutely insane with the illness that used to plague Morganville before the cure was developed? Yep, that's some scary mess!
The action is fast-paced and never ending in this book. Just when one situation seems to be resolved, another pops up, more terrifying than the last. I had a hard time putting the book down and was pleased to see some major growth from Claire. She's really maturing and growing up and I found myself feeling proud of her. Watching her story across the series has been wonderful. The other characters were as loveable as always, even Oliver. I think we're supposed to have some level of dislike for him, but I just can't seem to get there with him. I like him! Can't help it.
I highly recommend this book to others who have been reading the series. And if you haven't read any of them yet, go out and get the first one, Glass Houses. You won't be disappointed! Rachel Caine is a wonderful author and her books are always guaranteed to satisfy. Happy Reading! *XOXO*