Audiobook Review – Bite Me

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A nerdy high school senior transforms into a vampire vixen who’s unaware that her hunky date for prom is the slayer sent to destroy her.  

Morgan Taylor-Jackson can’t wait for high school to end. In six months she leaves for UCLA and says goodbye to La Jolla, California, and her parents’ messy divorce. But when Morgan is bitten by a four-year-old boy, she becomes infected with a mysterious condition. Fever, insomnia, and a new bustline are only the beginning; Morgan morphs from nerd to bombshell.  

As far as Van Xander is concerned, all vampires are evil, even the ones who reject human sacrifice and call themselves Puritans. When Helsing Incorporated sends Van to La Jolla to investigate the local coven, Morgan is his prime target. Pretending to be interested in her, Van asks Morgan out and puts her through a series of tests to determine her killer nature.  

Morgan is thrilled to be dating a hot guy like Van and falls for him hard. As Van strings Morgan along, he grows increasingly guilty. Morgan is kind, compassionate, and a gooey romantic. Just as Van’s mind begins to change, evil forces threaten everything. When prom night arrives, there are only two ways out of the ballroom: death or immortality.


Bite Me is written by Louise Cypress. This is the first book I have read by her. Her style of writing is on where you can just sink you teeth into and have a great time. This is an interesting take on the vampire genera. If you know me or my tastes in reading then you will know I love me a great vampire book. Morgan is such a great and relate able character. What I love is that for most of the book she has no idea that she is a vampire. Then we have Van Xander who is a descendant of Van Helsing which is again something I thought was interesting to incorporate into the story.

The narrators Alexander Cendese and Reba Buhr. This is the first book I have listened to be these voices actors. I have always said that the narrators can make or brake an audiobook. Reba Buhr was such a joy to listen to. Her tone was consistent. Reba had many different voices to all of the characters. Alexander was great for the role of Van. I feel like Van in person would have a large and in charge voice/personality. He was enjoyable.

The production was great. Sounds was clear. Sadly, I couldn’t speed up the audio to test it at higher speeds.

This book was given to by Audiobook Worm. This is no shapes my opinions.

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