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Raven Cursed Mass Market Paperback – January 3, 2012
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Jane Yellowrock is a shape-shifting skinwalker and vampire hunter for hire. But lately instead of just slaying vampires, she's been working for them.
The vampires of Asheville, North Carolina, want to establish their own clan, but since they owe loyalty to Leo Pellissier, the Master of the City of New Orleans--and Jane's boss--they must work out the terms with him. To come up with an equitable solution, Leo sends an envoy with the best bodyguard money can buy: Jane Yellowrock.
But when a group of local campers is attacked by something supernatural, Jane goes from escort to investigator. It's up to her to keep peace in the region, and unless she wants to face up to very angry vampire Master, Jane will have to work overtime to find the killer. It's a good thing she's worth every penny
About the Author
Faith Hunter, fantasy writer, was born in Louisiana and raised all over the south.
Hunter fell in love with reading in fifth grade, and best loved SiFi, fantasy, and gothic mystery. She decided to become a writer in high school, when a teacher told her she had talent. Now, she writes books, tries to keep house, and is a workaholic with a passion for travel, jewelry making, white-water kayaking, and writing. She and her husband love to RV, traveling with their dogs to whitewater rivers all over the Southeast.
The dark urban fantasy Skinwalker series, featuring Jane Yellowrock has: Skinwalker, Blood Cross, Mercy Blade, and Death's Riv al (Oct. 2012) More novels to come to come.
Her Rogue Mage novels, a dark, urban fantasy series--Bloodring, Seraphs, and Host--feature Thorn St. Croix, a stone mage in a post-apocalyptic, alternate reality, urban fantasy world. These novels are the basis for the world book / role playing game, Rogue Mage, which is being Kickstarted now!
Under her pen name Gwen Hunter, she writes action adventure, mysteries, and thrillers. As Faith and Gwen, she has 24 books in print in 26 countries.
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See Jane Hunt.
See Jane Fight.
See Jane have weird spells cast on and about her.
See Jane take the blame for absolutely everything that is happening around her, even thought the majority is really not her fault.
See Jane make horrible personal decisions or non decisions about her love life.
See Jane call an angel.
See Jane battle a demon.
In the Jane Yellowrock series I like the magic, some of the characters and story plots. But I struggle with Jane’s interpersonal communications with most of the other characters. Maybe this is supposed to be something we see growth with overtime but Jane often takes all the responsibility and blame for things that are happening around her. Because of that she tries to do a lot of things solo that she should maybe ask for a little assistance on since she knows a lot of powerful people who could be of assistance.
We get a continuation of the last books story and find out more about what the hell Evangelina is trying to do with all the spells she is throwing around on people. Molly and her family are in danger because big sis is an end justifies the means kind of girl and she will stop at nothing for the revenge she is seeking.
It did feel like I was missing a few chapters when we start into this book. I’m not normally one to read all the shorts between stories unless it is a full novella and sometimes even not then. But I felt like Faith Hunter expected us to and that I was missing some developments between Jane and Rick. Like why she is even thinking about forgiving him and why he is holding up with the African Werecat mate of the woman who bit him.
I missed Bruiser. We only get some phone call interactions with him. I liked seeing his continued interest in Jane and him desire to spend some time with her when there isn’t a spell of some kind between them. But I really am tired of the push pull of Jane never making a choice of any kind in the relationship front. It’s book 4 I’d like some solid relationship progress or no relationships not this middle of the road what should I do crap.
The storyline is pretty cool Witches, Were’s, Vendettas and now Demons are all in the mix. If more of the story stuck to the plot on not the wishy-washy romance I’d be happier with the series.
I'm annoyed that she's still working for Leo and wishing she would cut ties (at least for a while) and try to get her stuff together. Working for him has been toxic, and I don't believe someone of her character would continue to work for someone whose lies have put her, himself, and others in danger; who "offered her" to a man (she should have made him bleed for that) and treats her like property; who tortured a werewolf for information and kept it from her. It's a big contradiction that I'm hoping the author will resolve soon.
I was intrigued by the romantic possibilities initially of the three main men in her life, but now I'm feeling like none of them are going to be right. Hoping that the next book(s) will see her moving in a better direction personally and professionally.
First- Jane makes everything her fault to fast.
Second- in 3 chapters she says "I don't know about witch magic" 4 times since that's 12 times in 15 pages.
Third- I hate her religious thing, she goes on feeling guilty about killing a human because he was a living person, but in the last book she killed a pack of were wolves ( well she didn't kill two) but they are also living people.
Fourth- she doesn't tell everything to this person or that person, she does sneaky things behind people's backs, and doesn't trust anyone, but when they show her the same thing she does to them she gets all pissy about it.
These are only some of the things that made this a 3 star....... I'll keep reading the series, but only because I bought all the books and I don't want to waste the money I spent on them