The fourth book in this series continued the enjoyable tale of Merit the newly made vampire and her adventures in Chicago. Overall, it was still enjoyable with interesting characters a fascinating world where Vampires have revealed their presence to the world.
Throughout the series, I have found the setting strange as many of the vampires live in a dorm-room-esque environment and act in many cases like college students. This odd disparity of 50+ year old vampires acting like 22 year old undergrads was even more apparent at various times throughout this novel than it had been previously. At several points throughout I found myself wondering why these beings acted more like children than worldly adults.
Still, the overall experience was enjoyable, and while I found certain events at the end somewhat unrealistic, the twists and turns of the plot were well done, and not entirely predictable. Overall, if you are looking for a fun Vampire fluff novel, book 4 of the Chicagoland vampires is not a bad choice.
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