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While I found Book One to be a bit slow, later books in this series developed enough action and tension to make reading them worthwhile. Having finished Book 7 I can say I will buy Book 8 to see how the story 'ends up'. I really like the vampire character, her adoptive sister and her adoptive father. The dangers she faces in Wisconsin are real and I liked the 'cheese chunks' humor. As in Book One there was too much 'high school boy-girl romance and appearance issues' which slowed down the storyline. However, the main characters did change some and evolved enough to keep me interested. Recommended. Tom.
Vickie’s adventure on video has caused an uproar and caught the attention of the wrong people. And that is where I will leave it. No spoilers! This book draws you into the story and you find yourself disappointed that it ends. I cannot wait for book 8!
While still very entertaining this installment did not hold my interest in a vise grip like the prior ones. A lot of relationship development all around and some good action leading up to the next book.
I don't know that I would say there were any huge revelations or a lot of action. The girls are settling into their relationships and Craig may have had a chance meeting turn out to be exactly what his dating life needed. The government definitely seems to be closing in and this book is a great setup for the final book in the series.
I love the fact that her boyfriend isn't stupid, but gives her the space she needs to come clean to him. I'm glad she finally made the choice to tell him and I LOVED the dinner scene later. Craig is that dad that all kids should have. Fun book!