Review: One Foot in the Grave, Jeaniene Frost

Book blurb
You can run from the grave, but you can’t hide . . .

Half-vampire Cat Crawfield is now Special Agent Cat Crawfield, working for the government to rid the world of the rogue undead. She’s still using everything Bones, her sexy and dangerous ex, taught her, but when Cat is targeted for assassination, the only man who can help her is the vampire she left behind.

Being around him awakens all her emotions, from the adrenaline kick of slaying vamps side by side to the reckless passion that consumed them. But a price on her head—wanted: dead or half-alive—means her survival depends on teaming up with Bones. And no matter how hard she tries to keep things professional between them, she’ll find that desire lasts forever . . . and that Bones won’t let her get away again.

I may never complain about my family again…

This is the second in the Night Huntress series, and once again we meet Cat Crawfield, who is no longer slaying rogue vampires on her own – she is doing it for the government.

Not a lot has changed in the five years has past since she ducked out on her vampire lover and tutor, Bones. Sure she now heads her team in her special FBI division, having several others working with her now, but she is still kicking ass, killing vamps and dealing with her mother and her mother’s obsession.

Now, however, there is someone out there trying to assassinate her. Bones to the rescue.

Okay, not the rescue because Frost’s Cat is more than capable of saving herself, but it doesn’t hurt to have a hunky vampire at your back. Or in your bed.

Following Cat as she juggles old boyfriends, assassination attempts, workplace romance, MAJOR family issues is a very fun ride. There is plenty of action both in and out of the bedroom. Definitely a series that will keep you on the edge of your seat, with a stake close to hand.

While I would suggest you pick up a copy of this book, I recommend that you start with the first book in the series, Halfway To The Grave. The third installment, At Grave’s End was just released (December 30) and once I’m finished reading it myself, I will post a review.