Anti-vampire riots are erupting all over town, striking vampires where it hurts the most. A splinter group armed with Molotov cocktails and deep-seated hate is intent on clearing the fanged from the Windy City come hell or high water.
Merit and her allies rush to figure out who’s behind the attacks, who will be targeted next, and whether there’s any way to stop the wanton destruction. The battle for Chicago is just beginning, and Merit is running out of time.
What I liked: The characters, all of them. The good, the bad and the "I'm not sure yet". I completely enjoyed Biting Bad all the way through the book. I especially enjoyed knowing Ethan and Merit were together and united. The by play between Ethan and Merit is delicious. After Roarke and Curran, I think, Ethan is fast becoming a book crush.
Biting Bad is action packed and character driven. The bad guys can be figured out but it doesn't affect the story line, in my opinion. While I was on the fence with the last entry, House Rules, I loved the way the story progressed in Biting Bad.
Mallory and Merit are talking and trying to reestablish their friendship as are Catcher and Mallory. Ms Neill's descriptive writing just adds more to the enjoyment of the story. The pacing is great, the character progression top notch and the action keeps you on your toes.
What I didn't like: Nada!!
I'm on pins and needles waiting for the next in the series, Wild Things. In the meantime, coming up in early January is Jeff's story. Yay!!
I have no problem with the $7.99 price tag for the Kindle edition but the paperback's price continues to surprise me. It's currently $12.20. What happened to $7.99 paperbacks. They took a big jump in the last year. I do want to try one of The Chicagoland Vampire books on audio just to place the voices in my head.