Book one for Jane Yellowrock was interesting. This book is threatening to send me down a spiral of obsession with the series.
A bit more romance than similar series like that of 'the dresden files' but not a turn off for you urban fantasy purists out there. 'Beast' is becoming a more interesting character every day. The world of Jane is also one I'm becoming increasingly interested in. Looking forward to my next credit!
Love books about creatures of all sorts. Bored with explicit sexual verbiage - less is more.
The Yellowrock Series is in my top ten for Series. Blood Cross is Book #2 and ranks high as I wasn't sure what the creature was till end.
Jane's interactions with Sabina - wicked scary.
Jane's realization that what she is hunting is way more than a rogue vamp.
No extreme reaction, but see the Bruiser love jones creeping up.
Jane still thinks everything is her fault, gets on my nerves.
Love this writer and character. Secondary characters are not boring or kept in the background. Onto book 3: Merchant Blade!
Great second Skinwalker book. Continues more or less where the first one ended. A more complex story, but very satisfying. The vampire lore part in this book is nothing short of amazing. As in the first, lots of blood and gore, but no graphic sex. Liked the first book? You'll love this one!
The storyline and plot was extremely slow and elementary. The dialogue of the cat or beast inside of Jane was annoying as it spoke in broken English. This beast in a shape shifter never went to battle except to make comments in her subconscious again very disappointing in a science fiction book. Overall there are much better series in this type of storyline.
What a wonderful gift this narrator has for pulling you into the story and making you care about hearing it. I enjoyed reading it but this is a bonus to enjoyment. I listened to the whole book in one day. I could not stop listening.
Angelina the child is one of the most charming parts of the book. Beasts reaction to the children is performed wonderfully by this narrator.
In Skinwalker, the first book of the Jane Yellowrock series, Faith Hunter set the series off to a pretty good start. Blood Cross definitely feels like the series is just going to improve with each book. Again, I am not particularly overwhelmed with this series, but it is solid, entertaining, and enjoyable. It seems that each book is adding a layer of complexity to the world and the story (Skinwalker: about vampires, Blood Cross: vampires + witches, and it looks like book 3 will throw some weres into the mix), which not only drew me into the world a bit more, but mixes up the power and relationship dynamics of the characters more, which was both unexpected and appreciated. I am interested to see how the series develops.