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One Grave at a Time Mass Market Paperback – August 30, 2011
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Praise for the Night Huntress series:
''Frost's dazzling blend of urban fantasy action and passionate relationships makes her a true phenomenon.'' -- Romantic Times
''Sexy, nonstop thrills.'' --Melissa Marr, New York Times bestselling author --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
From the Back Cover
How do you send a killer to the grave when he’s already dead?
Having narrowly averted an (under)World War, Cat Crawfield wants nothing more than a little downtime with her vampire husband, Bones. Unfortunately, her gift from New Orleans’s voodoo queen just keeps on giving—leading to a personal favor that sends them into battle once again, this time against a villainous spirit.
Centuries ago, Heinrich Kramer was a witch hunter. Now, every All Hallows Eve, he takes physical form to torture innocent women before burning them alive. This year, however, a determined Cat and Bones must risk all to send him back to the other side of eternity—forever. But one wrong step and they’ll be digging their own graves.
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Top customer reviews
The humor is still there although not as much. Actually, Ian was the funniest person in this book, if not for him I think most of it would have fallen a little flat. Some parts of it were a little ridiculous, if you see a mythological dragon pop up in the house you'll know what I mean, I thought of Fonzy jumping a shark when that happened. The bad guy is awful, as in he is a really hideous bad guy and I enjoyed the premise of that quite a bit.
I actually think this book was more of a filler to give a little bit background for the next book involving Cat's old team which could set up to be a better story overall. I still liked it, it was still better than many of the other books out there and if you have some time and not sure what else to read well them come visit your old friends again.
In the first couple of books, Cat and Bones were so hot. They battled it out and their sex scenes were amazing. By this book, they're doing well, and yet, there's another monster on the loose. I mean, I guess Kramer is kind of scary. He's always popping up and he can't be killed because he's a ghost, but instead of figuring out how to kill him, Frost just kills the book.
In Frost's defense, it's really hard to write something longer than a trilogy, especially if the romance between two protagonists is the main focus. It's killed a lot of great series in the past. I hope that if she keeps writing, she does SOMETHING to spice things up and end on a good note.