Bite Me (Demon Underground #1) by Parker Blue

Bite Me (Demon Underground, #1)

Bite Me (Demon Underground #1)

Bite Me

Young Adult Vampire Hunter

A Fictionwise Fantasy Bestseller

An edgy book for teens that spans the gap between YA and adult fiction. Life after high school is tough enough without having to go 15 rounds with your inner demon. Val Shapiro is just your ordinary, part-demon, teenaged vampire hunter with a Texas drawl. And a pet hellhound named Fang. Soon enough she finds herself deep in the underbelly of the city, discovering the secrets of the Demon Underground and fighting to save those she loves. Whether they love her back or not.
Paperback, 232 pages
Published September 30th 2008 by Bell Bridge Books
 (My Thoughts)    5 STARS!!!!!
Bite Me made my emotions range from angry to sad, happy, and then laughing myself crazy. THIS BOOK WAS GREAT! Val is a strong, sassy, tough kick your butt vampire slayer. And she doesn’t like to be called Buffy. Val, at 18 years old, is told she has to move out. More like her mom throws her out. Needless to say, Val's mom has some serious issues. One, she needs to take responsibility for her own actions instead of using Val as her scapegoat. Val packs up, sucks it up, though, and heads out into the world. She meets Fang, the half hellhound terrier, who’s homeless, too. Fang becomes her sidekick, and he’s just as kick butt as Val when it comes to taking out vampires. Fang also has one heck of a since of humor. Now on her own, Val decides she needs a job. Dan, who works for the SCU (special crimes unit) offers her a job after witnessing her taking out a vamp.They become partners. They develop a heated love/hate relationship. Val's stepsister, Jen, idolizes her big sister and although she has the best intentions of helping Val, ends up making her already bad situation with the local vamps even worse. And when Dan discovers Val's half succubus, and he shuns her, it breaks my heart. I won’t tell you if they work it out or not, that’s part of the good stuff, but I can’t wait to read the next book to see where things lead. This book is defiantly worth the read. I highly recommend it.

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