It seems like everyone loves Vampires these days. With the new adaptation of Anne Rice's Lesat and the finale of The Vampire Diaries, Vampires are popular once more. But what if you became one? How would you handle it?
In Nicole Sobon's release, THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES is a wonderfully compelling story about a young woman who has only been taught to fight vampires. They are all that is wrong in the world. Then one day... the unthinkable happens...she gets bitten.
Harley begins to learn more about herself and the leaders who put her to work killing vampires. Not everything is what it seems.
This story will hold your attention and keep you up reading. A must for fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Harley Sanders has always known one certainty in life: Vampires suck.
As a student at the League, Harley is expected to protect the innocent from the undead, even if her methods might be considered reckless.
While out on a hunt, Harley finds herself face-to-face with the enemy, and in the midst of fighting, ends up becoming the one thing she’s been trained to kill.
A fact only made worse by the newest student of the League who has taken a keen interest in her out of the blue.
Vampire bite? Check.
Venom soaring through my veins? Check.
Annoying cute guy disrupting my life? Super check.
High school definitely bites.
THANKS FOR THE VENOM is a Buffy/Underworld Mash-up where Harley Sanders must face a wall of secrets…from her family, from her bosses, and from the one boy she’s interested in. With newfound powers and a bullseye on her back, she’s got to help the very people she’d been trained to kill. And you thought your high school experience was bad…You’ve got nothing on Harley!
“Harley, if you’re asking me to marry you, I’m afraid I must say no,” he joked. “I mean, we hardly know each other, and you haven’t even bothered to ask my parents for my hand.”
“Will you shut up?” As much as I didn’t want to laugh, I failed. That was the good thing about Drake. He could be annoying, sure, but he knew how to lighten the mood when things became tense. “I’m being serious, Drake.”
“Okay, then shoot.”
“Are you like me?” As the words escaped my lips, I felt a weight lift off my shoulders.
“What do you think?”
“Answering a question with a question doesn’t work,” I answered. “And I think you are.”
“Well, then, you can rest assured knowing you’re right.” He shrugged as he turned the chair around to properly face me. “Although, I do believe I wasn’t supposed to tell you as much just yet.”
“Was my father behind this?”
Drake shook his head no. “The League—more specifically, the Council—had nothing to do with my arrival,” he assured me. “I came here for you, yes, but only because the clan of the vampire you killed is looking for you. And while you might not believe it, I’m your best chance at survival.”
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