Friday, January 1, 2010

Review: One Foot In the Grave- by Jeaniene Frost

Cat Crawfield is not only a half-vampire, she is now a special agent for a secret branch of Homeland Security. Leading a team of agents picked and trained by her, she goes after rogue vampires. Using the training that she received from Bones, her ex-partner/vampire-lover, she is building quite a reputation for herself. It is no wonder when she finds out that someone is killing people with the sole purpose to lure her in. The real surprise is when she stumbles upon Bones, and he is the only one who has the ability to help save her. The main problem is how can she be around him without letting herself be drawn back to him. Bones did promise that he wouldn't let her get away. There is also the problem that she promised her boss that she would not have any contact with Bones when she took the job.
The chemistry between Cat and Bones sizzles in this book just as it did in the first. There is murder, fighting, love, hate, sex, scandal, and great conversations between Bones and Cat's mom that had me laughing out loud. This book did not disappoint. In fact, I am now more in love with Bones than before. More secondary characters are introduced as well, which are all wonderful in both evil and great ways! I can't wait to delve further into the Night Huntress world!
To visit Jeaniene Frost's website or read the Chapter 1 excerpt click HERE!

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