Jessica Marie Gilliland
Kill of the Night
September 20, 2019 Comments.. 602
Kill of the Night Libby Vaughn is a feisty eighteen year old whose best friend has ditched her for her senior year whose father is an almost functioning alcoholic and whose life was stolen by a careless vampire named

  • Title: Kill of the Night
  • Author: Jessica Marie Gilliland
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: ebook
  • Libby Vaughn is a feisty eighteen year old whose best friend has ditched her for her senior year, whose father is an almost functioning alcoholic and whose life was stolen by a careless vampire named Victor when he drained her dry and left her to die Libby finds herself a fledgling member of the immortal undead with a thirst for blood and a wicked grudge She is taken inLibby Vaughn is a feisty eighteen year old whose best friend has ditched her for her senior year, whose father is an almost functioning alcoholic and whose life was stolen by a careless vampire named Victor when he drained her dry and left her to die Libby finds herself a fledgling member of the immortal undead with a thirst for blood and a wicked grudge She is taken in by Luther fellow vamp and soldier for the Vampire Coalition Luther teaches Libby the ways of vampirism and helps her through the trials it brings, such as teething, venom control and the art of their no kill policy Libby is not only being trained to survive as an upstanding member of vampire society, but also a bounty hunter Her new job takes her to sunny Florida where she is banned together with vampire slayer, Daytona Robbins and her unconventional family of bounty hunters that includes her twin sister, Miami, and the rare male slayer, Jackson Felton

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    1 Blog on “Kill of the Night

    1. Cassandra Giovanni says:

      The cover: I like this cover, it shows the main character well. The novel quickly drops you into the action, which I always like. You are instantly introduced to the main character who fulfills the angst-filled teen well. She does complain a lot the first few chapters, but her grievances are understandable. She goes from having an alcoholic dad to being left for dead by vampires. She is taken in by some nice vampires who plan to make her into a vampire slayer assistant. I really enjoyed the rela [...]

    2. Angie ~aka Reading Machine~ says:

      Libby Vaughn, a high school senior, that misses her best friend Reagan. Libby has had a rough childhood which makes her appear to be older than she really is. Libby decides she needs a night out on the town. Little did Libby realize her life and world were about to change in ways she never expected or wanted. When Libby is attacked by three vampires and left for dead. Libby is now a vampire with a mission to be a bounty hunter. Libby is taught by Luther how to function as a vampire and bounty hu [...]

    3. Trystan Vikar says:

      I actually wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy this book. I'm usually partial to more adult pieces than this looked to be at first, but once I started reading I simply didn't stop. Having seen a lot of other really awful vampire books in this genre I was so relieved when this one put away the fangirl silliness and instead offered creatures that weren't just eye candy or over angsty caricatures. Conflict wasn't overplayed, it was developing and progressive.Even though the MC had a personal missio [...]

    4. Sara Burr says:

      I'm a big fan of indie authors, and this book perfectly illustrates my reasons why. An original story with vampires that don't sparkle (thank God), Kill of the Night is action-packed, funny and kept me turning the pages, almost finishing it the first day I started to read it. Libby, the lead protagonist is both sassy and bold, but also had a vulnerability about her that made her likeable. I instantly wanted to pull for her as she struggled to make the most of the life that was both given and tak [...]

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