Except for the college students in the small college town
of Morganville Texas, most folks lived and died there. No
one moved away, and not everyone who died there, stayed
dead. You see, Morganville is a town run by vampires. And
if you knew of the existence of these vampires, there was
When Claire, Eve, Shane, and Michael are given passes to
leave Morganville to go to Dallas so Michael may cut a
music demo, their excitement is only waned by the fact that
their least favorite vampire Oliver must escort them
there. Stuck in a car for hours, with Oliver, is not what
they envisioned as a fun roadtrip.
Once outside the city limits, however, the group quickly
begins to realize that the rules that keep them from
leaving Morganville not only affect them, but the vampires
also living there. Claire begins to see them in a more
sympathetic light, that is until a group of vampire
escapees take them hostage for sustenance. But even
Morganville vampires pale in the terror their traveling
group is to encounter on the road to Dallas. They soon
find that there are things even more frightening that can
be out in the night, both human and non-human.
KISS OF DEATH is the eighth book in the Morganville Vampire
series. Rachel Caine once again takes this band of misfits
that always seem to find trouble and designs and enjoyable
ride for the reader. The story is well paced and holds
your attention to the end. In the end even with the
promise of freedom no longer in their grasp, there is still
a light of hope in these characters for their future.
A new chapter in the New York Times bestselling
Morganville Vampires saga.
Michael Glass has attracted the attention of a big- time
producer who wants to cut a demo and play some gigs-which
means Michael will have to enter the human world. For this,
he's been assigned escorts that include both a dangerous
immortal as well as Michael's all-too-human friends. And
with that mix of personalities, this is going to be a road
trip from hell...