High school is never easy—homework, peer pressure, dating—and that is no exception for the students at Littleton High; especially one student in particular named Stormy Knight who’s a half vampire queen and half mortal being struggling to find her place in the human world.
Overall, Stormy thinks she’s doing a pretty decent job of fitting in, at least until the undead begin popping up around her school and her mom, Candi the Vampire Queen (who enjoys eating ghosts way too much), suddenly decides to start dropping into her life too.
With all of the chaos that ensues, Stormy soon realizes that it’s up to her and her friends, Marco and Corey, to figure out who’s bringing back the dead—but will Stormy, blessed with super-human powers, be able to decide between what’s morally right and what she’s willing to sacrifice soon enough to stop the ghosts before they take over the world?!
“With a nod to Buffy, this whimsical chick-lit urban fantasy is an entertaining tale due to the heroine who wants to live life as an ordinary teen, but fate keeps forcing her to use her paranormal skills to perform good deeds. A quirky support cast, a reluctant heroine, and a spell caster who doesn’t know the consequences of his actions makes this a character-driven charmer.” — Harriet Klausner, Alternate Worlds
“I really enjoyed this book. I was completely entranced with the great characters. This is the type of novel that you can really sink your teeth into…has a great plot and reaches outside of the box… pleasantly surprised by the level of emotions shown by the characters…” — Catie Vargas, Night Owl Reviews
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Author Shannon Duffy lives in Palm Springs, California, with her two sons, a cat, a pack of coyotes, a family of raccoons, and one lone skunk. When not role playing as Mother Nature, she enjoys going for motorcycle rides and teaching arts and crafts to young kids.
Co-author John Zakour has written for syndicated comics and comedians, such as Rugrats, Grimmy, Dennis the Menace, and The Tonight Show, and has his own syndicated comic, Working Daze. He’s been the weekly cartoonist for Geek.com, sold cartoons or gags to hundreds of journals, magazines and web sites, and was a regular contributor to Nickelodeon magazine. The Plutonium Blonde (DAW), his humorous sci-fi mystery co-written with Larry Ganem, was named one of the top thirty science-fiction books of the year by The Chronicle of Science Fiction who called it, “the funniest SF book of 2001.” John later went on to write six additional books for DAW.
ORIGINAL THEME SONG:
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Available in print and multiple electronic formats
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