Pretty When She Kills by Rhiannon Frater

Pretty When She Kills - Rhiannon Frater

Pretty When She Dies, the first book in the trilogy, had a somewhat happy ending, and I didn't have a clue where the story would go. But, once again, Rhiannon Frater takes us on one hell of a ride! The plot is well paced with twists that will surprise and delight.

I enjoyed getting to know each of the characters a bit more in Pretty When She Kills. They are all truly unique, not cookie-cutter at all. And we are introduced to new characters, who are all interesting. One, in particular, made me say WTF to myself. But, my favorite is Eduardo, a werecoyote, who has eyes for Amaliya, which riles Cian.


There was character growth, from Amalyia becoming more comfortable with being a vampire and learning to control her new necromancer powers to Samantha becoming more endearing and less annoying.
Because I'm a stickler for all things grammatical, I couldn't ignore the typos and incorrect word usage. It just needed another proofread. Please don't send me hate mail.

There are kick-ass moments, laugh out loud moments, and heart-breaking moments. They are well written and expertly placed throughout the novel. I highly recommend the Pretty When She Dies trilogy to vampire fans, or simply fans of supernatural, in general.


I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


[I originally read this book in May 2014. I am in the process of transferring my blog contents.]