Series: Morganville Vampires
|Enthralled: Paranormal Diversions by Melissa Marr||Short story "Auomatic"|
|Glass Houses by Rachel Caine||1|
|Grudge by Rachel Caine||Short Stories|
|Murdered Out by Rachel Caine||Short Story|
|The Dead Girl's Dance by Rachel Caine||2|
|First Day of the Rest of Your Life by Rachel Caine||2.5|
|Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine||3|
|Feast of Fools by Rachel Caine||4|
|Dead Man Stalking by Rachel Caine||4.5|
|Lord of Misrule by Rachel Caine||5|
|Carpe Corpus by Rachel Caine||6|
|All Hallows by Rachel Caine||6.5|
|Fade Out by Rachel Caine||7|
|Worth Living For [short fiction] by Rachel Caine||short story|
|Kiss of Death by Rachel Caine||8|
|Ghost Town by Rachel Caine||9|
|Bite Club by Rachel Caine||10|
|Last Breath by Rachel Caine||11|
|Black Dawn by Rachel Caine||12|
|Bitter Blood by Rachel Caine||13|
|Fall of Night by Rachel Caine||14|
|Daylighters: The Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine||15|
|Immortal: Love Stories with Bite by P. C. Cast||Short Story "Dead Man Stalking"|
|Vampires: The Recent Undead by Charlaine Harris||Short Story "Dead Man Stalking"|
|The Eternal Kiss: 13 Vampire Tales of Blood and Desire by Trisha Telep||Short Story "All Hallows"|
|Many Bloody Returns by Charlaine Harris||"The First Day of the Rest of Your Life"|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 1-2 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 1-2|
|Murdered Out [short fiction] by Rachel Caine||Short Story|
|Amelie's Story by Rachel Caine||Short Story|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 1-3 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 1-3|
|Sam's Story by Rachel Caine||Short Story|
|Lunch Date by Rachel Caine||Short Story|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 1-5 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 1-5|
|Grudge [short fiction] by Rachel Caine||Short Story|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 1-8 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 1-8|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 1-10 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 1-10|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 1-11 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 1-11|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 3-4 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 3-4|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 4-6 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 4-6|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 5-6 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 5-6|
|The Morganville Vampires, Books 7-8 by Rachel Caine||Omnibus 7-8|
When 16-year-old Claire Danvers arrives in the sleepy Texas town of Morganville for a parentally-enforced year at Texas Prairie University before heading off to MIT, her life takes a turn for the scary. First, the mean girls come after her, but a quick life-saving move to off-campus housing fixes that problem, and introduces her to three new friends: teen rocker Michael Glass, Goth Eve Rosser, and hottie/slacker Shane Collins.
But Morganville's got more secrets to reveal, starting with one very big one:
It's run by vampires.
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