GOODREADS REVIEW EXCERPTS:
“I loved this book! It was suspenseful, page turning, and had a hint of a maybe-romance (which I always love!). It was definitely a cozy mystery, one I could imagine myself reading by a fire with a blanket and a cup of hot cocoa. ( … ) I’m eagerly awaiting the sequel!” – V. Perry
“Enjoyable characters, quick pacing, and plenty of mystery abound. I enjoyed the book as a fast read and will recommend it to paranormal cozy readers. ” – A. Williams
“Once I started reading this one, I had a hard time putting it down as it drew me in.” – D. Guerra
“Recommended as a light, fun read for young adults and all the rest of us.” – G. Long
” I haven’t been this eager for the next book in a series since I first read the Harry Potter series.” A. Anderson
“As the plot thickened, I couldn’t put the book down in hopes of founding out what happens next.” – M. Gray
Jenna Sutton is nothing like the iconic vampire slayer of TV fame.
She’s the antithesis of a cheerleader. She’s not peppy. And she sucks at gymnastics. She has nothing in common with the fictional Buffy, other than being blonde and in high school…
Oh, and occasionally she kills vampires for a living as well as other things that go bump in the night.
Following an attack on an English teacher at a nearby school, it becomes clear this wasn’t an ordinary coyote bite. The gray-green Lichtenberg-like webbing of streaks making their way up Ms. Pruett’s arm can mean only one thing—zombies.
But this isn’t a normal zombie attack. The victims seem to be hand-picked.
Can Jenna complete her investigation without the school administrators figuring out she’s actually a high school student from another school? Will Jenna be able to find out who’s behind these attacks before a full-scale zombie outbreak overtakes the town? And, perhaps most importantly…
Why did her best friend kiss her after all of these years?