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I get all LKH's books from the library now as they are not worth the money.
The plot of this book - if you want to call it that - is weak; the characters are inconsistent, and the 'steamy' sex scenes are just pedestrian and boring.
In the end, I finished reading and couldn't help thinking, 'Was a whole book really necessary just to get those two points across?
This time Anita leaves town to meet werewolf stripper Jason's family, since his father is sick & dying. On top of that Marmee Noir adds drama & more chaos to Anita's life. Read morePublished 13 days ago by A. E. Ahrens
A large part of me is apprehensive that i'm quickly coming up on the end of the series. But an even larger part couldn't wait to get my hands on this one. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Ablesd1
Don't get me wrong I love the heat of these books but it is starting to feel like that is all
they are about... I like more of a story and maybe half of the sex!
good read. good chemistry and tigers. nice character development. nice to be more about series than vamps. a must readPublished 1 month ago by Cel
I don't really care much for laurel k Hamilton or her works. I purchased this for my wife so I have no opinion either way.Published 1 month ago by elmo poteet
I enjoy the Anita Blake series. I don't have to think too hard . It's a nice escape and entertaining read.Published 2 months ago by irish2fin
I marvel at the character development and the ever-changing story line. Great fantasy writing for those who have an open mind.Published 3 months ago by Joi Popadak
Once upon a time there was a girl. She liked to read. A lot. She especially liked to read about books with paranormal alternate realities in them because the real world had lost... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Litchick
Love Hamiltion - Blake series - Love all of the Guys! Micah and Nath are the best!! But - Still love Richard and Jean-Claude!!!Published 3 months ago by Benita R. Gray