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  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Gollancz; paperback / softback edition (12 Aug 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0575094028
  • ISBN-13: 978-0575094024
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.3 x 19.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 464,069 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'A true modern girl's guide to (vampire) life' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

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Michelle Rowen has written novels in the areas of paranormal romance and young adult fantasy. She lives in Southern Ontario.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Book Addict TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 July 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
It is only a month since Sarah Dearly was turned into a vampire, but blimey she's managed to upset a whole ton of people, fall in love and constantly stumble from one potentially deadly situation to another. Book 2 of this light hearted paranormal series is no exception to the rule, as Sarah again inadvertently faces a life or death situation and manages to drag those she loves into her problems.

I like the story line, the relaxed style of writing and the majority of significant characters, but I find Sarah a little too ditzy for my tastes; she makes Mary Janice Davidson's vampire queen Betsy look positively staid in comparison. There are some nice little twists to the plot, and as always MR's finale is a wow moment of "I can't believe Sarah not only survived this, but she sort of saved the day". I think this is probably my main problem with Sarah; she faces cleverer, more deadly, powerful and vicious enemies, yet she always emerges as the unlikely victor. But despite this Sarah remains a likeable character; good natured and kind hearted until Thierry is thrown into the mix, and then she becomes somewhat irrational and prone to making the worst decisions ever. Sarah may not be a favourite leading lady of mine but her misadventures continue to entertain and amuse in the 2nd instalment of this series.
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I bought this, together with the first book (Bitten and Smitten) when it popped up in my recommendations for you list. I was disappointed in the first book but I had already bought the second one, so I gave it go because these series often improve after the first book.

Well, the second book is much the same as the first. Sarah (recently turned vampire) and Thierry (her vampire advisor, turned boss, turned boyfriend) are recently returned from holiday to find themselves in the middle of a major problem. Rumours have spread since the events at the end of the last book, that Sarah is the "Slayer of Slayers", a new vampire to be feared. This has resulted in there being rather too much interest in her from: other ancient vampires, Thierry's wife (whom he neglected to mention) and of course the vampire hunters. With all this going on, now is not the time for Thierry to starting backing off and becoming distant, or for Quinn to start coming on strong.

I found the storyline engaging enough and I still quite like the characters but it still hasn't got enough of the fun elements that you are promised. I occasionally smiled, but I didn't laugh out loud or even chuckle once. There's also not nearly enough heat between Sarah and Thierry. This side of things really needs amping up if Michelle Rowen wants readers to care about the couple. The potential of this book is clear to see, but it never lives up to it. Quite frustrating really. It should be better than it is. I'm a bit reluctant to try the third book because there's no sign that things are going to improve. Shame really.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on 23 Nov 2010
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This book is the second of the Immortality Bites series. I liked this book because it draws you into the lives around Sarah Dearly. In this book Sarah defines her love for Thierry both to herself and Thierry. It also introduces more friends like Quinn a new vampire formerly a vampire hunter. The love scenes are intense but most of them are cut short due to interruptions which I hated. I love the scenes to complete then go onto more story. Anyway this is a great book which I am going to buy for my permanent collection
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lindymck on 12 Mar 2008
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another girl gets turned into vamp like mary janice davidson's betsy. there are so many similarities between the two that i felt i had read it all before. Having read charlaine harris's sookie stackhouse stories aswell i felt there wasnt anything new in this.

essentially what is a nice little story with some funny moments and geat characters, is overshadowed for me by the fact that i have read similar novels before. but i imagine that for someone who hasnt read anything like this before they would really enjoy it. also would recommend both mary janice davidson's undead series and charlaine harris's sookie stackhouse series if you enjoyed this.
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