This whole story has more to do with the love triangle, sex, romance, and seduction. I was hoping for a Mercy Thomson or Racheal Morgan but I am tired of listening to Beast talk. The first two books danced around the idea of a romance supernatural novel but this book jumps right in. Sure there are books more dedicated to romanc, and there are not as many sex scenes in here as others. I am just tired of the love triangle.
Good narration and action packed storyline. Jane's life just keeps getting more and more intersting. Well developed characters and some hot to trot scenes.
I appreciate how Fatih Hunter develops & introduces new characters & the Mercy Blade character is another layer of fascination in the vampire world Faith Hunter is developing. Quite honestly, I cannot think of another series that has captivated as much as this series has. In fact, I cannot imagine why a platform like Amazon or Netflix hasn't done everything they can to secure the rights to these stories & bring them to life. There are not nearly enough strong female characters on film these days & vampire world or no, it's time for a lot more characters like Jane Yellowrock. Thank you Fatih Hunter; keep this up!
Khristine Hvam does a great job as the voice of Jane Yellowrock as well as a narrative of whole story . Can't wait to get next book. love Faith Hunter writing and stories. She keeps you guessing and interested to the very end. love all her character and will continue to get all of her books about Jane Yellowrock she is one of my new favorite heroes.
Not as good as Blood Cross. Plot is confusing not only to the heroine, but to the reader as well, I'm sorry to say. Romantic trouble that drags on and on in the middle. In fact the whole book seems to have a lot of filler. I guess Faith Hunter likes to dance - not very fun to read about though...
The introduction of new species is a good idea. The plot handling of said species - not so good. A disappointment.
And worst of all! The author seems to begin to adapt the dreaded "series writing technique". Threads and questions that remain unresolved, hopefully to be picked up in "the next book". Too much of this in the next one, and I'll call it quits on the skinwalker.
The first two books in this series were pretty good. The overlay of the panther and Jane Yellowrock, her interactions with the Vampires and witches carried a certain degree of inner consistency and wove a plausible world around her. The "Deep South" element was rather perfunctory compared to the Sookie Stackhouse novels, but forgivable. This novel.. not so much. The elements are a bit too stereotypical, the introduction of a host of new beasties with no particular individual character to them, the predictable mega-fight at the end--all felt a bit stale. I hope that the next book bounces back; if it doesn't I shan't continue the series.
Love books about creatures of all sorts. Bored with explicit sexual verbiage - less is more.
Jane and Ricky Bo scenes where they are a couple in love.
So much going on in this book I needed a map. Still, I enjoyed any interaction with Jane and Ricky Bo, whether sad or glad.
Yes but only in the Yellowrock Series and she is FABULOUS.
Jane searching for Rick after the weres get him and it make me so sad for Jane.
Again, she needs to stop thinking everything is her fault. And how many new species can we introduce in a book - Gi (whatever he really is), grindylow (what the heck is this thing), werecats from Africa? (the name reminded me of SNL's Laser Cats).??