I gave this a go because I had loved the previous Tate Halloway series (Garnet Lacey) which started with Tall, Dark and Dead
Almost to die for is aimed more at the Young Adult market (i.e. not me!) but I downloaded it anyway and I have to say that I enjoyed it.
It is the story of Ana, torn between the two worlds of her mother and her previously unknown father. Ana has always felt that she didn't belong and struggles to make friends at school, so which world is the one for her? Is she a witch in the inner circle or a vampire princess? Her mother and father certainly have their own ideas as do the other witches and vampires. Added to which, there are rather handsome distractions on both sides that could tempt her one way or the other!
I found this to be pacey and well-written. The characters were well-drawn and the story held my interest right til the end. I wasn't expecting the way it concluded which was a nice surprise. It clearly ends ready for a further book and I would be interested in reading the sequel.
NB//The Kindle edition didn't appear to have any errors.