Saffron’s life is turned upside down when she gets bitten by a strange girl. Nothing can prepare her for the events about to unfold. When the boy of her dreams, and most people’s nightmares, falls for her they quickly realise that they are natural enemies by design.
The supernatural world has never been so exciting and so incredibly dangerous. Shifters, vampires and fey get together to fight the corruption that holds the country captive, and only a Saffron holds the key. The real question is, whose side are the angels on?
Bite Me: All Change is the first in the Bite Me series. Enter the supernatural world and you’ll discover romance, passion, horrors and fear. There is no escape.
Five Star Review on Amazon By michael naylor
Bite Me is an excellent Vampire/Werewolf story that’s different from most others on the market but in a good way. I really liked the plot where Arthur and Saffron cannot touch each other because it is poisonous to them both. It reminds me a lot of the dilemma Rogue faces in X-men where touching someone is just not an option unless she wants to hurt them. This makes for a very interesting dynamic between the two as it is a unique barrier to a relationship and there is no real precedent for it.
Overall this is an excellent book that is well deserving of a sequel. The author has created an interesting and in-depth world with a rich background and great characters. There are a lot of options for a spin-off, prequel or sequel that would all be great and I for one would definitely pick up.
About the Author
I started writing short stories when I was nine or ten and moved on to poetry when I was around thirteen. Those hormone induced, young lust fuelled scraps of paper are still hiding in a box somewhere, hopefully never to be found. I took a degree in English Literature in 2009 which put me off writing for a little while, but I recovered from that last year (2014) and began collecting up half-finished stories and part done novels.
I’ve always loved to read young adult books and having brought four girls into the world, two of which are in their twenties, I’ve got the perfect excuse to stay young of mind. It makes sense that I often write for young adults too.
My favourite genre is horror, but it doesn’t have to be scary horror, I enjoy supernatural romance almost as much, but every so often I have to scratch the itch and let the ghosts out. I often get my ideas for stories when I go derelict house hunting; I love nothing more on a Sunday morning than to go urban exploring. There’s nothing like a spooky old house to make you feel young again; I must admit, I’m still a Scooby Doo fan.
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