Welcome to the revamped library blog at Methodist University; hopefully you will enjoy the new posts as much as you did previous ones. To start with I have recently read the somewhat new title called Blood Song by Cat Adams. Since I love to read books about vampires I found this book to be very entertaining; if you are looking for a vampires-only book, though, you may be in for somewhat of a shock. The scene takes place in Los Angeles with the main character Celia Graves who is a professional bodyguard on a job protecting the prince of a small, but recently more significant country. Celia, who has no psychic or magic ability in a profession that is dominated by the type, is still good at her job despite. While protecting the prince throughout the late hours and the sleaziest spots in the city she is attacked by vampires (bats) and becomes an abomination. To make things worse she has to find out who did this to her while her looks change to the appearance of a vampire, while trying not to get staked herself by local law enforcement, the feds, and the prince’s bodyguards. This all takes place in a world where magic, vampires, werewolves, and who knows what kind of other monsters are the everyday norm.