What’s more dangerous? Hunting monsters or falling in love? Bay-Lee is about to find out.
The youngest Van Helsing joins her father’s secret school, a training camp for hunters. Bay-Lee quickly learns survival is more important than good grades. She gets kidnapped on her first night, kicked in the face by another student, and labeled as Bait. If she wants to rank-up to Hunter, she’ll have to prove herself. There are plenty of opportunities, especially now that someone or some ‘thing’ is killing students on their birthdays.
Bay-Lee, along with a few new friends and an angry hunter with the most amazing eyes she’s ever seen, will have to follow the clues to find the supernatural killer before it’s her turn. Her birthday is coming up fast.
Nick Gallos has lived two separate identities: a vampire hunter and an infamous rock star. He has toured the world, but now he’s back at Van Helsing’s school in time to see the man’s daughter start her training. Nick hates her on sight. She ruined his life… now it’s time to ruin hers.
When Kasi Blake was in the third grade, she found out that a good story could get her out of trouble. Okay, some people call it a lie, but she didn’t see anything wrong with using every skill available to her to avoid being grounded. Over the years, that didn’t change. Her stories just grew more elaborate. When she was 12, she began to write them down, starting with a six-page tale about a boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Kasi went on to write for Harlequin for a few years. She published a vampire series on her own, and now she is publishing with Clean Teen. She lives in the Midwest on a farm with a ton of animals including cows, ducks, chickens, a dog, and a few cats.