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Drink, Slay, Love by Sarah Beth Durst
Edited by Karen Wojtyla
Cover Artist: Photo: Evan Schwartz
Review by Paul Haggerty
Margaret K. McElderry Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781442423732
Date: 13 September 2011 List Price $17.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

Links: Author's Website / YouTube Video / Show Article /

Pearl is a perfectly normal girl, at least by her family's standards. She's a beautiful sixteen-year-old, with a creamy white complexion, sleet dark hair, and a taste for the boy that runs the ice cream counter ... literally. She finds ice cream flavored blood quite the treat. Sure she's a bit evil; without any trace of morality or conscience. But that's what makes her perfectly normal, if you happen to be a daughter of the premiere vampire family of Connecticut.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Pearl is your typical sixteen-year-old vampire—until the night a unicorn stabs her through the heart with his horn. Oops. Now she’s experiencing a number of alarming symptoms: noticing her own reflection, feeling sympathy for a human victim, and being able to withstand the sun. Pearl’s immunity to sunlight thrills her family, who enroll her in high school so she can lure home tasty friends. Pearl quickly discovers that high school is very similar to vampire culture with its rigid rules, clear social hierarchy, and a might-makes-right attitude. But having a conscience makes it hard to cope with an evil plot the Vampire King has in store for the local humans. Will Pearl overcome her bloodsucking instincts in favor of her newly acquired conscience?

This acerbic antidote to other vampire romances is rife with gorgeous vampires, handsome were-unicorns, high school drama, and lots of action!

(Source: Margaret K. McElderry)

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