I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)
This was another great addition to the series. Cat and Bones are still a great couple in this series and I really enjoyed seeing what they had to face next.
Cat is a half-vampire that works for a government agency killing and/or capturing bad vamps that kill humans. Her husband (at least in the vampire world) is a vamp named Bones (Yum!) who is over 200 years old, a master vamp and will do anything to ensure that his woman (Cat..that lucky girl!) is kept by his side and safe. They've had separations in the past and are determined not to let anything come between them now. Cat and Bones are a great couple...one of my fave PNR couples in fact. They have a great chemistry together and the way they interact just makes it obvious that they're perfect for each other.
Cat is working for the government agency and Bones is helping..not because he really wants to but because Cat wants to and Bones will do whatever he needs to to give Cat what she wants while still keeping her safe. Unfortunately, because of her years hunting vamps, a lot of the vamps are familiar with the rumors of "the red reaper" and now it's become even more dangerous for Cat to preform as the bait for their vamp traps. They end up trying to use a captive vamp (promising freedom for cooperation) but it doesn't end up working too well and causes more problems than it's worth. Cat ends up having some major issues when her father decides to come after her again. Cat barely comes through it but on the good side it helps her and her mother's relationship improve so some good comes of it. Cat's mother actually shows some slackening of her hatred of the undead in this book and it's a welcome, although surprising, change in attitude. There's also an unexpected development as Mencheres (who is Bone's grand-sire and an extremely strong and old vamp) offers Bones a partnership where they will merge their lines, become co-rulers of their lines and Mencheres also will give Bones a power boost (something rare and very sought after).
Bones agrees to Mencheres' offer and they become co-rulers. In addition to becoming stronger in general, Bones gets some spiffy new powers with the power boost that end up being very helpful. Unfortunately, just as they become partners, someone tries to blow the mansion up that the merging ceremony is taking place and it becomes apparent that war has come calling. Mencheres and Bones draw the lines and gather their allies for the coming conflict. There is much planning and some unexpected allies show up. The fighting begins and both sides throw some punches, there is some trouble and for a while, no one knows where Bones and Cat (and her allies) are made to think that he's dead. Things are rough for a bit but Cat is determined to forge on and do what needs to be done to hold things together and avenge Bones. This ends up being unnecessary but in the mean time, Cat makes a new friend (I love Vlad!!) and shows everyone just how tough she is. Fortunately, Bones returns safe and sound (so to speak) and is happily reunited with Cat. This doesn't end the fighting though and they have to go through more danger and friends are lost as their enemy uses magic (which is against vampire law for vamps to use) to attempt to kill them all. With perseverance, Cat & Bones and their allies are able to get through the tough times and finally take out their enemy. It's a very good story and very interesting. Although the romance between Cat and Bones is set, I never felt like the story let their relationship suffer or fall to the side. The action story line was great and kept me hopping until the end and wondering what will happen next. The books ends with the current conflict settled and Cat and Bones together and ready for the next thing that life throws at them.
This was another greatly enjoyable addition to the series. I love Cat and Bones! Really, I love all the characters in the series, even the secondary ones are great and add a lot to the stories. This book was very well done and I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. I"d recommend this book. 2 thumbs up! :D
The voice assigned to Bones is horrible. It sounds like an “old lady talking” and not like the “seductive vampire” Bones suppose to be. I cannot take it; I am sorry I bought 4 of these audio books. Some how I was wishing Bone’s voice will be different in the next audio book.
Yes, but with a different narrator.
Robert Petkoff, I can listen to him over and over. He is just fantastic!! I have been listening to him in The Immortal After Dark Series and he is great. I am sure he can be reading a dictionary and will sound fantastic.
I enjoy reading the book but the audiobook is mediocre.
Before you release the audio books; please review them and think about changing the voices that do not match the character in the story.
Yes! This is a great series and has everything you could ask for. Romance, Action and Humor!
I love her portrayal of Cat!
OMG! Both! There is a heartbreaking scene that brought me to tears. But there is always a little bit of humor in the Night Huntress series
I enjoyed this book almost about the same as book 1, very entertaining. However, I only gave four stars because I decided to wait before going on with the series.
The Airendell Chronicler
grrrrr! i have read the book and love it, but wanted to listen to it also but i can't open the file
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
Yes I would and do. This paranormal listen is adventurous, romantic and suspenseful, it is very realistic even if it is about vampires. They seem to have a lot more fun than humankind.
I will always love Bones because of his love for Cat and how he shows it
She does an awesome job, I cannot imagine anyone else portraying Cat and Bones.
I was a little worried when Bones got into trouble but I have read summaries for further books and know I didn't have to be. Cat's sorrow was very sad, I don't know what these two would do if they lost each other.
This is #3 which I enjoyed but so far #2 is my fav.!
Yes - love it. Good read/listen
all of it
Her voices, the inflections and the spirit she puts into a story
Yes... but I kept it to driving to and from work to make it last
All I can say is the ride continues. And it is a good one more. The heat turns up and the drama continues. Cat’s life is changing and the challenges are more intense. She’ll need to decide which world she really wants to live in. Book 3 doesn’t disappoint. Yes it worth a credit.
Growth, Inner Battles
This one is really about the world that they are living in - because they are already established as a couple - so it stands out as rather unique.
Bones is always my favorite, his accent is so specific you know exactly when he enters a room.
Things will change.
Before starting the Night Huntress series, I honestly had no idea I even liked paranormal/supernatural novels. But Jeaniene Frost does an excellent job, and has completely converted me. Start from the first book and move forward. Frost does a good job of trying to explain the back-stories, but her novels are complex and you really need to read the complete series to fully understand what's happening. The steamy passion between Cat and Bones does not lessen in this book. If anything, it deepens. More importantly, these are not the exact same characters you read about in books 1 & 2. Frost's characters grow and change with their life circumstances.
I will give a warning though: This book has some serious ups and downs. There's not just one plot height, but several. And it likely features more violence than some people are comfortable with.
Tavia Gilbert continues to be a SUPERB narrator. No one could have done a better job. The voices of the different characters never falter.