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Chicks Kick Butt Mass Market Paperback – December 24, 2012
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The Eagle Tree
A young boy must fight to protect what he loves, but can he do it without risking his family?Learn More
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About the Author
RACHEL CAINE is the internationally bestselling author of thirty novels, including the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Morganville Vampires young adult series, and the bestselling Weather Warden series.
KERRIE L. HUGHES is an artist, writer, editor, and traveler, currently working towards a Master's degree in Community Counseling. She has been editing anthologies since 2005.
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Top Customer Reviews
Shiny by Rachel Caine ~~ A long drive to a picnic at the beach with her djinn lover David turns into a wild ride for Joanne ~~ I love David and was happy to get another chance to see him and Joanne one more time, since Caine's wrapped up her Weather Wardens.
In Vino Veritas by Karen Chance ~~ When dhampire Dorina comes up against a vampire gang, a very unusual duel is her only hope of surviving. ~~ This Dorina Basarab short had some funny moments, can't wait for the next full length Dorina book.
Hunt by Rachel Vincent ~~ When faced with real monsters, werecat Abby finds she's a victim no longer ~~ It was hard not to get depressed by the events which help Abby to find her inner strength in this Werecats connected short.
Monsters by Lilith Saintcrow ~~ Having lost her "family" to hunters, Eleni is out for vengeance ~~ Great world building in this short, I'd like to read more about these vamps - on her site Saintcrow says she may write more of Eleni and Tarquin.
Vampires Prefer Blondes by P N Elrod ~~ Blondes have 'gotta' stick together, and Bobbi's intimate knowledge of vamps is going to come in handy. ~~ Vampire Files connected short, I don't follow the series but I think the leading lady is vampire PI Jack's girlfriend.Read more ›
Shiny by Rachel Caine introduces a not-so-rogue djinn to our favorite weather warden and her djinn-boss lover, not to mention a fast car, a diamond bikini and a car chase.
In Vino Veritas by Karen Chase dhampir Dory finds herself up against the Chinese vampire mafia, trying to drink their boss under the table until back up arrives.
In Hunt by Rachel Vincent a werecat finds her camping trip turning into a rescue mission, first for a friend than for herself. I'm not a fan of Vincent's writing and I found the actions of everyone involved a little silly but it was cute and not a bad read.
Monsters by Lilith Saintcrow follows a vampire whose self-appointed role has been to collect and freeze in time human masterpieces in the form of vampires. With her charges brutally killed she tracks down their murderers one by one only to learn a horrible truth. I love driven, hurting characters and she exhibits her skills in this story.
In Vampires Prefer Blondes, P.N. Elrod's vampire P.I. is only mentioned as we follow his very human girlfriend. She proves you don't have to be supernatural to get the job done, as she battles a conniving vampire over an innocent girl.
In Nine-Tenths of the Law, Jenna Black's exorcist and demon-king host main character isn't sure who's the good guys as she works to find and protect and illegally-possessed girl. Jenna Black's S&M themes in her books finally turned me off but none of that in this short story!Read more ›
Hunt by Rachel Vincent
In Ms. Vincent's addition to this anthology we are thrust in the brutal and gritty world of her Shifters series, accompanying main heroine Faythe's cousin Abby on a camping trip gone horrifically awry. Even those unfamiliar with the six-book series will be able to connect to this story, one of Ms. Vincent's many gifts being her ability to deny us the opportunity to remain detached, instead forcing us to shore up our courage and join the fight alongside characters who we instantly let into our hearts whether we've met them before or are introduced to them here for the first time. Abby's tale is dark and violent, but as always, Ms. Vincent gives us a young woman with unfathomable strength and resilience, and we draw on her many positive attributes to lead us through the pain and death of her world.
In Vino Veritas by Karen Chance
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
The stories are so short they are underdeveloped. And a ton of them are boring. Other that are part of a series leave me feeling lost without enough back story.Published 2 months ago by Leslie Kyle
Loved nearly all the short stories one or two felt like skipping the rest I lovedPublished 14 months ago by Ashlee Ellerington
I didn't enjoy this book. I love Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Alias, Kill Bill, X-Files and many other works of fiction but this book did not hold my interest at all. Read morePublished 19 months ago by SueBhoney
Got this one for PN Elrod story. Enjoyed the others stories. I look forward to next in the Vampire Detective series.Published on April 13, 2013 by JEJ
A lot of the stories endings left me hanging and confused, especially the last one. I would have liked more closure.Published on January 30, 2013 by Ahava
I like stories with strong female characters, but this was just boring. It was work to finish most of the stories, which tended to be long on detailed action and short on character... Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Freder
I found a few authors I'll keep track of and a couple I'll avoid in the future. Don't expect Gone with the Wind, but a decent read.Published on October 3, 2012 by cl
This collection was very well done. Each story worked as a stand alone and with the other stories. They all fit the theme of strong female protagonists. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Conda V. Douglas