With summer waning quickly before the start of his senior year, a family emergency forces Blue Knightly to leave his small Midwest town and travel to New York City to locate his rebellious sister. From the morgue to Central Park to the underbelly of New York, he quickly discovers the big city is the least of his concerns as he reluctantly takes sides within a warring faction of vampires to unravel the mystery of his sister’s disappearance. In their underground world of abandoned subway tunnels, Blue finds himself falling for a femme fatale vampire whose vibe is seldom clear. Not knowing who to trust, Blue finds himself battling not only the undead, but his own heart, as the family crisis escalates and every decision could be his last.
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"If reading the synopsis you thought, 'just another Twilight spin-off,' think again. This one I found to be edgy and funnier. There are no shining vampires in here, just monsters who can kill and manipulate humans. You keep wondering how much humanity was left in them. I like such monsters." - BooksForLife
"This book was unexpected in so many brilliant ways - The characters, the plot twists and the ending. Lovell's writing is reminiscent of fast paced screenplays yet keeps the reader invested in the characters and the story. I recommend this book to all lovers of the vampire/paranormal genre who want to read something a little different and off the beaten path. This one was worth it. I'm also crossing my fingers that we will get to see more of these characters because I seem to have fallen a bit for Blue." - Open Book Society
"When reading the back of this book what comes to mind: Been there, done this story. But this book is so much more! Although it falls into the YA category I think it has something for everyone. Lovell weaved some great story lines with strong characters. Three words to describe this book: Edgy, Solid, Intriguing." - CrazyBookSlut.com