Underdead with a Vengeance

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Science teacher Jo Gartner staked the dangerously attractive vampire who turned her almost undead, and his minions haven't come after her. No worries, she has it all under control. Except she's not sure Will is really dead dead. And her vampire-hunting crush is back investigating an odd murder. And when someone notices Jo's vampire traits, Jo must risk it all--before the next person dead is her. More

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Words: 78,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311320568
About Liz Jasper

Liz Jasper's first novel, Underdead, won the 2008 EPPIE Award for Best Mystery. The sequel, Underdead In Denial, was published the following year to critical acclaim. Since then she has written a YA novel and is currently back to work on her next Underdead book.

Liz lives in California near hiking trails and good public libraries, in a house where chocolate is welcome and the resident cat gets fatter and lazier every year. Why does Liz enjoy writing paranormals? With a career path that has gone from teaching middle school science to economics and finance, writing about blood-sucking demons was only natural.

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Review by: E. Bard on Jan. 12, 2015 :
Biting into that third book in a series means you have expectations. And sometimes those expectations can be pretty big. Well, thrill of thrills, Underdead with a Vengeance met all my expectations. Jo is is every bit the humourous heroine she was in the first two books. Even one of her friends and her love interest Gavin shine a little more as Jo creeps a little deeper into undeadness. Yes, Jo does experience a few more... talents in this book. I recommend the series. Highly enjoyable and at only $2.99 per book it's well worth it. It's every bit as good as many of the super hyped books I've read from traditional publishers - without the atrocious price tag.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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