Drink, Slay, Love, by Sarah Beth Durst (Simon & Schuster, 2011)

Teen vampire Pearl’s life is thrown into disarray when she’s staked by a unicorn. Instead of killing her, the experience changes her, granting her the ability to survive in sunlight. Her Family promptly sends her to infiltrate high school, to … Continue reading

Blood Feud, by Steven A. Roman (Starwarp Concepts, 2011)

After Goth teen Pandora Zwieback is sent to live with her father in New York City, she discovers that she’s not crazy, she really does see monsters. Teaming up with an immortal monster hunter and a cute guy, she gets … Continue reading

After Midnight, by Lynn Viehl (Flux, 2011)

When Catlyn Youngblood and her brothers move to the tiny town of Lost Lake, Florida, she hopes that this will be the end of their constant moving for a while. Unfortunately, the siblings get a cool welcome from their new … Continue reading

Teeth, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (HarperCollins, 2011)

Twenty top-notch authors explore the concept of the vampire in stories and poetry, reintroducing elements of danger, mystique, allure and passion to a topic seemingly bled thin in recent years. From those who love vampires to those who hunt them, … Continue reading

Night School, by Mari Mancusi (Berkley Books, 2011)

Twins Sunny and Rayne are anything but normal. They’re both dating vampires, while Rayne is both vampire and slayer at the same time. And now, according to their parents, they’re both fairy princesses … and that part of the family’s … Continue reading

Out For Blood, by Alyxandra Harvey (Bloomsbury, 2011)

Hunter Wild comes from a family of vampire hunters, and is a rising star student at the Helios-Ra Academy, which trains people like her. Despite that, she’s fast becoming friends with the vampiric Drake family, who’d rather forge a peaceful … Continue reading

Slayed, by Amanda Marrone (Simon Pulse, 2010)

Daphne Van Helsing has been part of the family business of vampire slaying for as long as she can remember, traveling with her parents around the country, taking on the messy job of staking and beheadng misbehaving bloodsuckers. Also for … Continue reading

Blood Feud, by Alyxandra Harvey (Walker and Company, 2010)

The vampire queen is dead, long live the new vampire queen. Helena Drake may be in charge following a brief, messy struggle, but the troubles aren’t over yet. The evil Lord Montmartre is still out there, and still eying the … Continue reading

Almost to Die For, by Tate Hallaway (New American Library, 2010)

Anastasija Parker always figured she was just a late-blooming True Witch, and she’d come into her powers eventually. Unfortunately, when she turns sixteen and she’s still as boring as ever, she figures that’s it. No powers, no coven, no dice. … Continue reading

Monster High, by Lisi Harrison (Poppy, 2010)

When her asthma got too bad for Beverly Hills, Melody and her family moved to the fresher air of Salem, Oregon. Here, at Merston High, she can do her best to fit in and feel like less of an outcast … Continue reading