In Biting Bad, Merit and her house of govermentless vampires are dealing with a new threat. A human hate group has started attacking vampire establishments with violent riots and she sets out to find out what is fuelling their hateful rhetoric. What they find out, forces Merit to confront her own issues with her immortality and her future with Ethan.
Something I really appreciated about book #8, was the fact that Merit and Ethan’s relationship finally seemed solid. I think this the first book where there wasn’t any real relationship drama and it was refreshing.
Readers of this series will be happy to know that one of the main villains, McKetrick is sort of brought to justice, but something tells me we haven’t seen the last of him yet. He seems to motivated by hatred to stay gone for too long.
Overall, I enjoyed reading about Merit and company again. As usual Chloe Neill ends the book with a bit of a cliff hanger, letting readers wonder how she plans to get her characters out of their next bought of trouble.
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