Henri Dunn series by Tori Centanni (#2-#3)
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Overview: Tori Centanni is a nerd girl and recovering goth who lives in the rainy Pacific Northwest. When she’s not writing or reading through her never-ending book pile, she spends her time watching competition reality shows and wrangling cats.
Genre: Fantasy, Urban
Bloodless (Henri Dunn #2)
Henri Dunn would love to avoid all vampire bullshit for the foreseeable future, but the universe has other plans.
When an exsanguinated corpse is left in the dumpster behind her workplace, Henri knows it’s a some kind of twisted message meant for her. It’s just not one she can decipher.
In addition to that terrifying puzzle, Henri’s new ex-vampire roommate is not adapting well to human life and a Cure-obsessed vampire is stalking her. And of course, her enigmatic vampire sire, Sean, is being his usual elusive and infuriating self.
When a second body that’s been drained of blood is left in front of Henri’s apartment building, it becomes clear that a vicious serial killer is fixated on her. Using her ability to read memories in blood, Henri must figure out who’s behind these terrible killings and stop them before she becomes the next victim.
Sanguinity (Henri Dunn #3)
If there’s anything Henri Dunn wants to avoid more than vampire drama, it’s drama involving witches.
So when a witch from the local guild asks Henri to look into a double murder committed with ritual magic, Henri would love to say no, until she finds out the victims were both vampires. Henri can’t just walk away from that. After all, some of her worst friends are vampires.
Not to mention that if the vampires find out their brethren are being used in some nefarious magic ritual, it’s bound to spark a war between the vampires and witches that will decimate the arcane community.
Of course, it’d be easier to face a malicious, evil witch if Henri had her fangs back, but none of the vampires are biting, literally or figuratively, and her best vampire ally is still lost in some kind of vampiric coma.
If Henri wants any hope of becoming immortal again, she must stop these death rituals and bring the witch responsible to justice before the vampires she cares about become targets.