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Midnight Alley (Morganville Vampires #3), by Rachel Caine

I still do not know how to feel about the Morganville vampires books. I like that it isn’t over-hyped and not many people know about it, I would love to see a TV series on this! 173 more words

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April Wrap-Up ‚ô°

I decided since I had already taken the photo for my wrap-up, why not post it (it’ll be quite short and I’m sorry about that but it feels weird not to post it) ūüėä 30 more words

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Glass Houses - Rachel Caine

Caine, R. (2006). Glass houses: The Morganville vampires (1st ed.). New York, NY: NAL Jam. ISBN-13: 978-0451219947. Paperback. $6.29.

Annotation: Clare Danvers is sixteen and going to college, but doesn’t know that Morganville, Texas is a town run by vampires. 496 more words

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Book Review: Daylighters by Rachel Caine

Daylighters is book fifteen, and the final instalment, in the Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine.

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While Claire was away at MIT, Morganville changed dramatically.   474 more words

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Book Review: Fall of Night by Rachel Caine

Fall of Night is the fourteenth book in the Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine.

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When Claire Danvers is given the opportunity to join MIT’s graduate course, it’s something that she can’t pass up. ¬† 382 more words

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Book Review: Bitter Blood by Rachel Caine

Bitter Blood is book thirteen in the Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine.

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Things are never easy in Morganville.  Now that the only thing vampires are scared of Рthe draug Рare no longer a threat, the delicate balance in the town where humans and vampires have just about managed to get along, is thrown into disarray.   405 more words

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"Glass Houses - Morganville Vampires #1" by Rachel Caine - a YA vampire tale that is heavy on cute and light on reality.

I picked up “Glass Houses” in an audible.com “First In A Series” sale, thinking that I was going to be trying out a new Urban Fantasy series like Kate Daniels or Mercy Thompson. 240 more words

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