Jess is no ordinary vampire. Protected by the Manchester vampire clan, and initiated by her family’s east coast American coven, she is sought after by every dark witch and warring vampire faction. Jess must fight if she wants to keep hold of her friends, her sanity and finally her existence.
As the dead bodies of human girls begin to stack up, and her recently accepted vampire boyfriend, Daniel, finds himself in prison, Jess goes on a crazy, forbidden trip to London, racing against time to save an old friend and solve the mystery behind Daniel’s incarceration. In battling new enemies and finding new friends, Jess’s confidence finds room to grow, but who will she lose along the way? from Goodreads
This is the second book in the Witchblood series and it is just as good as the first one. It is not easy for Jess to be both witch and vampire - one of a kind, with the vampire group wanting her to be a fully turned vampire drinking blood directly from humans and the white witches wanting her to be one of them. I am a bit saddened by the end and hope not quite as many has died as it seems. I will be following Emma Mills closely.
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100 books in a year Reading Challenge 2012,
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2012 Ebook Challenge,
2012 Where are you reading Challenge,
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2012 Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge