Read an Excerpt The End I read a poll in the newspaper once that said the number-one fear of Americans aged eighteen to sixty-five is public speaking. Spiders are second, and death a distant third. I want to make that perfectly clear. But my life turned from nearly perfect to a horror movie in a matter of days, so I take fear a lot more seriously now. Carrie Ames to Dr. I had a great residency in the E.
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Everyone who follows me knows that I love vampire books that are dark and twisted, with moral ambiguity, weird sex, and tons of gore. The heroine, Carrie, is a doctor, and is killed on the job by an evil vampire who shows up in the ER.
He leaves her for dead - only he accidentally ends up transforming her. And being the naive goody-goody she is, she spends a few days in denial before going to an online forum for help that nearly gets her killed.
Instead of dying a second time, she ends up meeting another vampire who actually wants to help her. Unfortunately, the vampire who turned Carrie - Cyrus - is at the top of their list, and Nathan has a personal bone to pick with them, as they share an original sire, who is also very evil.
Carrie is a fantastic protagonist and very flawed and real, and she also delivers some great one-liners that actually had me giggling. Cyrus is such a fantastic villain despite his name , and definitely one of the most memorable. There are some truly cinematic displays of horror in this book.
This book is written by Jenny Trout, and not the similarly named Jennifer Armentrout with an "e.
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