Friday Night Bites (Chicagoland Vampires, #2) by Chloe Neill
The story of a young heiress's initiation into the dark society of the Chicagoland Vampires continues...
Ten months after vampires revealed their existence to the mortals of Chicago, they're enjoying a celebrity status usually reserved for the Hollywood elite. But should people learn about the Raves - mass feeding parties where vampires round up humans like cattle, the citizens will start sharpening their stakes.
So now it's up to the new vampire Merit to reconnect with her upper class family and act as liaison between humans and bloodsuckers, and keep the more unsavoury aspects of the vampire lifestyle out of the media. But someone doesn't want peace between them - someone with an ancient grudge...
Friday Night Bites is the second book in the the Chicagoland Vampires series. It is the same style as the first, with the twists. However, there is a lot more to this one.
At times I was a bit upset; with the back and forth between Merit and Ethan, but I like seeing the pain in the ass they are to each other. They both love it, even thought they complain about it. I think they would make a beautiful couple, if they ever got together, which might make things run a bit smoothly in the house.
They love each other too much; like they are made for one another. When they are around each other, sparks fly, and when they are apart they can't stop the pain of wanting to see one another. It is funny at times, but other times; you envy them for finding each other. Throughout this book I had a lot of mixed emotions.
Merit has her own problems to deal with, such as the vampire within her wanting to be set free. I have a feeling that if that happens, all kinds of stuff will go down. She is hiding it from everyone; that the vampire is not part of her; they are two people in one body. Can she handle it? I know she can!
Of course, you also find out the bad guy; from the first book is back, and is causing all kinds of trouble, which adds more thrills to this book. I really do hope that she pulls through for the sake of a lot of people.