Thicker Than Water (The Briar Creek Vampires Series #2)

Thicker Than Water (The Briar Creek Vampires Series #2)

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by Jayme Morse, Jody Morse
     
 

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There's something strange going on in Briar Creek. Everyone's been quiet lately...too quiet. Lexi's fate was determined before she even arrived in Briar Creek at the beginning of the summer, and it was far more deadly than she ever could have imagined.  See more details below

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There's something strange going on in Briar Creek. Everyone's been quiet lately...too quiet. Lexi's fate was determined before she even arrived in Briar Creek at the beginning of the summer, and it was far more deadly than she ever could have imagined.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013302952
Publisher:
Morse Publishing
Publication date:
10/20/2011
Series:
Briar Creek Vampires Series , #2
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
136,238
File size:
166 KB

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Thicker Than Water (The Briar Creek Vampires Series #2) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
JodyFL More than 1 year ago
I was so glad to be able to read Thicker than Water right after finishing Kiss of Death. I actually liked this book better than the first. This one was 602 pages and felt less hurried than the first one. If you haven't read the first book, stop reading right now and go read it as I am going to try not to spoil but because the story picks up after quite a cliffhanger in the first book, it will have to be given away a little bit. At the beginning, Lexi is having a dreamlike experience where she sees her Mom and Austin. Both have been issuing clues and warnings. Lexi wakes in the hospital and pretends she has amnesia about the events leading up to the accident. She hides her true feelings about Dan but also tries to avoid dating him anymore. Her Aunt and Uncle seem to treat Lexi better immediately after the accident. However, her aunt insists that Lexi goes right back to work which seems strange but then Violet is a total wack-job. Gabe is missing from the accident scene and although Lexi is glad he's alive she can't help but feel he tried to kill her. She begins getting helpful hints from an anonymous friend. Lexi knows about Gabe being a vampire and suspects others but this book begins to unravel the secrets of Briar Creek. Dan is still around and Lexi tries to avoid him. Aunt Violet insists that Dan drive Lexi to and from school. Everyone at school wants to be her friend and talk about the accident. All the guys she meets seem fascinated with her and ask her out. Lexi is wary of everyone and her instinct tells her that they are lying. She is alone and has no one she can trust. The story continues to build until Halloween Night. Gabe reappears and is shocked to find Lexi lived through the crash. Lexi immediately confronts him. Gabe is in hiding from the rest of Briar Creek and he has to be careful about anyone seeing him. He manages to meet with Lexi and most of the story unravels thanks to Gabe. Thicker than Water has me sold. I enjoyed Kiss of Death but loved this one. I can't wait for the next one. The Morse Sisters do have a wicked sense of a good cliffhanger which leaves you immediately wanting the next installment. This is an awesome series and I can't wait to read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book. I enjoyed it. keeps you hanging on!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love love love these series please keep them coming n coming
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I only got this one so i could finish the series(I like to finish things I start). The further these books go the worse they get. The writing and character personalities have me so agrivated. I DO NOT recomend this series!
Lisa-NightlyReading More than 1 year ago
Book two basically picks up where book one ends. Lexi may be making a friend or two and Gabe is…….? hmmmm. She has started school and even has a part time job as a life guard. Her investigation into Austin’s death continues (which raises more questions) and she is spending a little more time with Dan?????? Her aunt and uncle are still insisting that he would be better for her. It appears that she may have someone that is trying to help her and may have someone following her. The ending to this one may just have beat the first book! LOL Enjoy! The mysteries continue with the second book and it is just as intriguing as the first book. You will not be disappointed!
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A slight improvement over the first one, but that's not saying much. The main character is a nightmare. She's pathetic and boring. Not to mention she can't pick just one guy to crush on, there has to be like four. The writing is pretty flat and so are the characters. The plot doesn't go anywhere, and the grammar could use some improvement.
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BluebonneTX More than 1 year ago
If the authors are teenage girls, then I guess it's okay, but the grammar is lousy and it could use an editor to keep the story consistent. Could also use a good proofreader. Since I only paid $.99 I feel like I almost got my money's worth.
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good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is so weird her hair color keeps changing and HATE her aunt
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Austin is such a freakn genious!
Elenwe More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book I would definitely read more books by these authors!
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