Zombie's Bite

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
When Dorina Basarab, half human, half vampire, assassin-for-hire, hits New Orleans, she thinks it's for a typical job: take out a mad master vamp before he can wreak havoc on the city. But when the elusive master suddenly shows up at her hotel, things get complicated, especially when Dory realizes that the murder he has in mind is his own! And that the Big Easy is about to get a whole lot harder. More
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desertsunsets reviewed on on April 7, 2019

I love this series so much I’m re-reading it...again.

In Zombie’s Bite we meet Dory, a dhampir (half vampire and half human). She’s been hired by the South American Vampire Senate to hunt down a bad little vamp. Dory has tracked the vamp to New Orleans and that’s where things go sideways. Now she has to figure out what’s really going on and save her own life in the process.

Don’t be fooled, this isn’t your typical vampires in New Orleans type book. Yes, this novella is set in the Big Easy but the rest of the series is not. You get bits of the culture but the focus is more on the stinky bayou and “tiny winged vampires” or mosquitoes.

I love Dory because she kicks ass and uses a lot of fun magical toys/weapons while doing it. As a dhampir she’s almost as strong as a vampire, has their increased sense of smell and hearing, but in turn she smells human to vamps. This keeps her a step ahead as the bogeyman of vampire kind.

I do wish this story had been a bit longer, the ending wrapped up quickly. But I love all the action and getting to know Kit Marlowe better (yes, Marlowe is a vampire!). Plus I can never get enough of Karen Chance’s writing style. I highly recommend and can’t wait to start the next book :)
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Beth Amos reviewed on on April 2, 2019

When i first discovered this series several years ago, i instantly fell in love with Dory's in-your-face brand of justice. There is something almost cathartic about reading her hilarious interactions with whoever crosses her path, friend or foe. This book did not disappoint on that score. Backed into a corner and faced with Kit Marlowe's rather intense and single-minded focus -- and not in the good way -- Dory once again comes out swinging. Hats off to the author for yet another fantastic read! If you enjoy this series, don't forget to check out the Cassandra Palmer series, also by this author, for an equally magical and chaos packed read. Set in the same world with another amazing cast of players (And some old friends) both series have remained firmly at the top of my 'read again' list for more than a decade now.
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Goldie Locks555 reviewed on on July 15, 2018

Karen Chance is very good with this genre-especially Zombies!!!!!
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eva mader reviewed on on March 6, 2016

Hahaha Dory!!!! I love her!!! Marlowe, man you have to like him hahaha the end!!! i nearly died!!! awesome!!!! :D
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Roger Royer reviewed on on Dec. 24, 2015

This was a really good short story that I can hardly wait to continue when I have the time later. It is well written and has some very good character development though I think there should be more(I think it will come in the future books). It had decent action that was fun to read even if I do wish it had been described better. For a free read I think it was extremely well done
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LorreF reviewed on on Dec. 17, 2015

This story was brilliant!
Kit Marlowe who usually knows everything doesn't know about Mircea's dhampir child. And Mircea's smirk smile when he comes to pick Dory up and Kit realises Dory is Mircea's daughter... priceless!
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