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Summoning Anita has its downside for Edward, since it means letting her onto his turf. Anita is surprised to find that this normally aggressive man has a personal life, and shocked by his ability to be entirely different from the stone cold killer she's known. She also has problems with the cop in charge in Albuquerque, who believes her powers must be evil, and with the other backups Edward has brought in. Most of all, she has to deal with her own vulnerability--she's tried to shut down her ties to her vampire and werewolf lovers and go it alone, but it turns out to be harder than she thought.
Anita's usual supporting cast is missing, and she's taking time out from her complex love life, but there's plenty of bloody action, vampires, werewolves, and Aztec ritual. Plus a lot more about Edward. Fans will find this installment similar to the earlier books in the series, particularly The Laughing Corpse. --Nona Vero. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I was very glad that Anita was away from her two "loves" and that drama could rest for a bit. I began this book really disliking Edward but now...he might not be so bad. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Elizabeth Hertel
The big question of the day or is it fairytale..... Loving the Anita Black series. On to the next one....Published 1 month ago by Vee
I've been dutifully reading one Anita Blake book after another and I have watched the characters grow and change over the course of the series so far. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa Cesark
Wonderfully woven thrilling and dark. Hamilton outdid herself again. Anita is in a place that I'd never admit being able to relate to yet here I am ready to start the next novel.Published 1 month ago by radiobelcher
Anita Blake Stories slowly embrace you into entirely different Vampire story lines.
They become interestingly addictive to see where the next story line takes you