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Biting Bad
Biting Bad: A Chicagoland Vampires Novel | Chloe Neill
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Merit has been a vampire for only a short while, but shes already seen a lifetimes worth of trouble. She and her Master, centuries-old Ethan Sullivan, have risked their lives time and again to save the city they love. But not all of Chicago is loving them back.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 whos behind the attacks, who will be targeted next, and whether theres any way to stop the wanton destruction.The battle for Chicago is just beginning, and Merit is running out of time.
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I got my story arc about 70% in. This seems to be a pattern with latter books. Slow start but plenty of action towards the end. This one ended with a cliffhanger. This series definitely falls in the paranormal romance genre more than urban fantasy. Merits thoughts are more about her boyfriend Ethan than all other problems Cadogan House is facing. It's getting old. Yes I get it. Ethan is hot but how about some character development too?

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I'm on book 8 of the series now at the halfway point in the book. I'm so ready for a major plot arc. 📚 It just feels like the author is prolonging the series. I miss the magic of the first five books. Less romance and more character development.

atunah Yes, the first few had this special magic that the later ones don't quite measure up.I still read and like the series. I am up to date now, but I still long for the early books and how I inhaled those and the world building. Maybe this is a curse of most series. 3y
blossy @atunah I'm on book 9 now. I think the problem with the later books are too much focus on the romance instead of the world and main plot. The mysteries are shallow and not done well. I kind of wish the end of book five never happened. 3y
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